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6B-THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, August 23, 2001 Arthur made the motion to authorize the Clerk to solicit quotes in accordance with purchasing procedures for bid 02-03. Motion carried: Arthur, aye; i Hesser, aye. Arthur made the motion to approve a transfer from, Highway Sales Tax to Fairboard to reimburse for expense paid from wrong account. Motion -~a~ied: Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. A'~thur made the motion to approve the monthly report for Health Department and AlcoholicBeverage Tax. Motion carried: Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye. : The following purchase orders were approved: Approved 07/31/01 to 07/31/01 ...FY 2001-2001 War# Issued To: Amount Reason Issued: ! GENERAL FUND i 231 PAYNE CO. FLOODPLAIN 10000.00 SERVICES , 232 POSTMASTER 600.00 POSTAGE July Payroll approved and on file in Clerk office. The Chairman recessed the meeting until 1:30 p.m. August 1,2001. i Tl~e Chairman called the meeting to order at 1:30 p.m. August 1, 2001. The '~ follbwing were present: Gloria Hesser, Chairman; Jim Arthur, Vice-Chairmen; :~ Bill Deering, Member; Sherri Schieffer, County Clerk. i! /i 'ii if i' The Chairman recognized Mr. Bill Knowles, Architect, for the Jail Annex Project. Knowles reviewed the construction documents with the Board. The documents included site plan, demolition drawings and new floor plan. K0owles requested the next meeting be set for September 4 for project u~iate on Jail Annex. BSnita Stadter, Treasurer, recommended the project cost be paid from Sales l~x Capitol Outlay, leaving the Capitol Projects Account to be invested for a longer period of time. The Clerk presented quotes for bid 2002-03, Semi Truck Tractors. The Clerk reported Bruckner Truck would negotiate a Lease for $715.00 per month. Ti~is is not a full warranty lease. Arthur made the motion to accept the Lease P, urchase, 120B, for 2 Mack Trucks for District #3, Deedng seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. Deering made the motion to accept the Bruckner Truck for District #1 for one Mack Truck, contingent upon DA approval of forms. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. The Board reviewed the evaluation for bid 2000-02 - Scrap Iron. Arthur and Deering noted they had had difficulty getting payment from HEW during the past year. Arthur made the motion to accept Cushing Metal as the best bid. Deering seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. Knowles presented information on consulting for communications for CAB and Jail building. The Clerk presented minutes of July 2 and July 9. Deedng made corrections in the minutes of July 2 - Long Distance Company should be CGI. Deering made the motion to approve the mir~utes of July 2 and July 9 as corrected. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. Deering made the motion to adjourn. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. ~l~prri Schieffer County Clerk i The Payne County Board of Commissioners met in a regular meeting Monday, !August 6, 2001. Notice of the meeting was made by posting an agenda in accordance with the Open Meeting Law. The following were present: Jim Arthur, i Vice-Chairman; Bill Deedng, Member; Sherd Schieffer County Clerk; Absent ! Gloria Hesser, Chairman. The Vice-Chairman called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. The meeting was opened with prayer and flag salute. i The Vice-Chairman recognized Ms. Marshia Prince. Ms. Prince requested ! status of petition for weight limit Deering stated he sent a copy of the i petition to all Counties requesting signatures with a return date by October. i The Board will present the petition to legislators showing support for weight ~ limit policy. The Vice-Chairman presented utility permit: Rural Water #4 - Ya e - Road Cross ng 2 water ne across 1 mile west of ~ Norfolk Road; 100' N 51 Hwy; Sec 13-14 T19N-R5E. Deedng made the motion to approve the permit. Motion carried: Deering, aye; Arthur, aye. ' Deering noted the Hazard Mitigation Grant is for damage on roads caused by ~the changing flow of the river. The notice is to make application for federal ~t~nding. The matter was tabled for additional information ~The Clerk presented the Contract with Bruckner for 3 Semi-Trucks. The ,;Board discussed the Hold Harmless Affidavit. This does not include product ~liability. Deedng made the motion to approve the Lease Contracts for a ~eriod of 12 months, with 1-month option, Bruckner Truck and the assign- ~'ment to Empire Financial. Motion carried: Deering, aye; Arthur, aye. ~"The Clerk presented Contract for Engineering Services for Roads and i ~',~Bridges with Bob Harper at $36.00 per hour. Deering made the motion to .i~t ~pprove the Service Contract. Motion carried: Arthur, aye; Dsering, aye. ~The minutes of juty 31 ~re tablecL , :~ ~he Clerk asked for direction on Lease Contract with Darr Equipment for the ~eclaimer. The Clerk noted the July payment was made. The Board - ~directed the Clerk to find out what the pay off would be for the reclaimer. '.;,The Clerk presented monthly reports: County Clerk, 53345.20. Deering ~ade the motion to approve the report ~The Vice-Chairman recognized Mr. Greg Manias and Mr. Chades Jones, ~ntegrated Solutions, Inc. The Vice-Chairman noted the Consultants were sked to attend to discuss the communication technology'for the new uildings. , ~Mr. Jones provided information about their company. Their company rovides clients with streamlined state of the art technology networks that ~ ...... ~educe IT and telecommunk~ations costs while increasing internal and ~ ~xternal communications abilities. The Board will set a meeting at a later ate to visit with each office about their technology needs. ;:The following purchase orders were approved: ~,Approved 08/06101 to 08/06/01 ...FY 2000-2001 War# Issued To: Amount Reason Issued: ~ 3798 WEST GROUP 130.00 SUPPLIES 3799 WEST GROUP 27,00 SUPPLIES ~; 3800 WEST GROUP 130.00 SUPPLIES ~,. 3'801 SHORT'S CARPET AND TILE, INC. 220.04 SUPPLIES ,~,3802 ACS 122.27 SERVICES 3803B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS 128.07 SUPPLIES ~3804TERRASCAN, INC. 10440.00 SUPPLIES , 3805STILLWATER NEWSPRESS 545.14 PUBLICATIONS ," 3806WALMART COMMUNITY BRC 19.91 SUPPLIES -. 3807WOOD & SONS PAVING 16177.04 SERVICES 3808WOOD & SONS PAVING 8175,32 SERVICES 3809WOOD & SONS PAVING 10162.06 SERVICES " 3810SILVER STAR CONSTRUCTION, INC 14112.50 SUPPLIES " 3811WOOD & SONS PAVING 32006.88 SERVICES 3812 WOOD & SONS PAVING 32006.88 SERVICES ,I 61.67 SUPPLIES .. 3813 WALMART COMMUNITY BRC ~,HIGHWAY CASH , 2274 FASTENAL COMPANY - 2275 WALMART COMMUNITY BRC = 2276 STEWART STONE, INC. 2277 STEWART STONE, INC. 43.73 SUPPLIES 181.45 SUPPLIES 4641.04 ROCK 2666.77 ROCK 2278 QUAPAW CO., INC. 226.79 ROCK 2279 QUAPAW CO., INC, 770.26 ROCK " 2280 CUSHING PLUMBING 62.98 REPAIRS ., ~281 QUAPAW CO., INC. 289.48 ROCK , 2282 STEWART STONE, INC. 433.79 ROCK ! 2283 WALMART COMMUNITY BRC 364.34 SUPPLIES 2284 WALMARTCOMMUNITY BRC 139.31 SUPPLIES i 2285 OLINGHOUSE STEEL SUPPLY 19.46 SUPPLIES 2286 KEYSTONE EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 350.00 SUPPLIES i 2287 AMERICAN SENTINEL 125.29 SUPPLIES 2~88 DARR EQUIPMENT CO. 30.07 SUPPLIES BOARD OF PRISONER'S 113 WARREN CLINIC, INC. 1500.00 SERVICES i " 114 WARREN CLINIC, INC. 636.00 OVERAGE i! "HEALTH DEPARTMENT 529 LAKE TEXOMA RESORT 40.00 SERVICES AMERICARE COMPLETE CARE, INC. 990.00 SUPPLIES S31 AQUA PLEASURES 35.00 SUPPLIES 532 WALMART COMMUNITY BRC 9.97 SUPPLIES 533 CUSHING EXTINGUISHER UNLIMITE 92.05 SUPPLIES , SHERIFF SERVICE FEE 72 WALMART COMMUNITY BRC 299.00 SUPPLIES "i ASSESSOR'S FEE :I 7 TERRASCAN. INC. 4540.00 SUPPLIES 8 STAPLES 3079.78 SUPPLIES WIA GRANT "-. 185 PROFESSloNALCOMPuTER 141.05 SERVICES DRUG TASK FORCE 179DEPARTMENT OF CENTRAL SERVICE 586.00 SERVICES 180FUELMAN 329.10 SUPPLIES 181WALMART COMMUNITY BRC 147.71 SUPPLIES 182VISUAL WORKS OF OKLAHOMA 3150.00 SUPPLIES 183VISUAL WORKS OF OKLAHOMA 3685.00 SUPPLIES 184GALL'S, INC. 2684.98 SUPLIES I A~proved 08/06/01 to 08/06/01...FY 2001-2002 GENERAL FUND War# Issued To: Amount Reason Issued: i 233 CONNECTING POINT COMPuTER 40.00 SUPPLIES 234 CONNECTING POINT COMPUTER 40.00 SUPPLIES ,~ 235TOTALLY CELLULAR 39.99 SUPPLIES 236SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE 169.48 SERVICES , 237STI LLWATER TYPEWRITER CO.,INC 600.00 MAINTENANCE 238ARCH WIRELESS 42.89 SERVICES 239H & H INVESTMENTS 900.00 RENT t~ 240 WEST GROUP 106.00 SUPPLIES 241 GREEN, CLYDE W. 165.55 REIMBURSEMENT 242BLACKBURNS TRANSMISSION 103.79 REPAIRS 243HORNBERGER OVERHEAD DOOR CO. 210.95 REPAIRS 244EMBLEM ENTERPRISES, INC. 704.78 SUPPLIES 245THOMAS FORD 68.75 SUPPLIES 246GALL'S, INC. 34.94 SUPPLIES 247HYPERNETSOLUTIONS, INC. 125.00 REPAIRS 248HYPERNET SOLUTIONS, INC. 38.80 SERVICES 249SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE 65.31 SERVICES 250A T & T 33.65 SERVICES 251STILLWATER MEDICAL CENTER 100.00SERVICES 252BILTMORE HOTEL OKLAHOMA 405.17RESERVATIONS 253BtLTMORE HOTEL OKLAHOMA 220.90RESERVATIONS 254HESSER, GLORIA A. 69.77REIMBURSEMENT 255DEERING, BILL E. 197.38 REIMBURSEMENT 256ARTHUR, JIMMIE L. 123.33 REIMBURSEMENT 257OSU COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SRV 183.61 PAYROLL 258WALMART COMMUNITY BRC 13.77 SUPPLIES 259WALMART COMMUNITY BRC 27.54 SUPPLIES 260CONNECTING POINT COMPUTER 60.00 MAINTENANCE 261DEARINGER PRINTING & TROPHY 28.25 SUPPLIES 262BUSINESS IMAGING SYSTEMS, INC950.00 MAINTENANCE 263COUNTY CLERK'S ASSOCIATION- 40.00 SERVICES . 264RATHBUN, TONI SUE 149.55 REIMBURSEMENT 265AMERISUITES OKC/QUAIL SPRINGS195.00 RESERVATIONS 266AT & T WIRELESS SERVICES 34.35 SERVICES 267HYPERNETSOLUTIONS, INC. 1200.00 MAINTENANCE 268ORKIN PEST CONTROL, INC. - 240.00 SERVICES 269BUNNEY ELECTRIC CO., INC. 135.00 SERVICES 270ANSAN FIRE SAFETY CO., INC.42.00 SUPPLIES 271HICKERSON MECHANICAL SERVICE 48.00 SERVICES 272KRUEGER, INC. 314.00 REPAIRS 273CITY OF STILLWATER 145.52 UTILITIES 274IONEX TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC 517.46 SERVICES 275CITY OF STILLWATER 8635.89 UTILITIES 276AT & T 39.31 SERVICES 277GREEN, JOHN I. AND MAURISE M. 800.00 SERVICES 278A T & T 44.22 SERVICES 279OSAGE COUNTY DETENTION CENTER 576.60 SERVICES 280SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE 4304.36 SERVICES 281OKLA. EMPLOYMENT SECURITY 2154.60 SERVICES 282ASSOC. COUNTY COMMISSIONER-SI 48950.00 SERVICES 283UNIFIRST 274.40 SERVICES 284ACE HARDWARE 25.79 SUPPLIES 285WOOD & SONS PAVING 73905.92 SERVICES 286DARR EQUIPMENT CO. 11300.00 RENTAL 287WOOD & SONS PAVING 96020.64 SERVICES 288WOOD & SONS PAVING 16003.44 SERVICES 289RAILROAD YARD 971.60 SUPPLIES 290WOOD & SONS PAVING 36952.96 SERVICES 292MATLOCK, JAMES L. 48.30REIMBURSEMENT 293WALMART COMMUNITY BRC 68.77 SUPPLIES 294SELCER, MELVIN 393.00 SUPPLIES 295CITY OF STILLWATER 3147.58 UTILITIES 296PAGE PLUS, INC. 18.95 SERVICES 297OKLA. NATURAL GAS 124.95 SERVICES HIGHWAY CASH 78 UNIFIRST 494.36 SERVICES 79 QUALITY FORD, INC. 27.33 SUPPLIES 80 HUGHES LUMBER 193.06 SUPPLIES 81 CUSHING LUMBER CO. 99.18 SUPPLIES 82 STILLWATER STEEL& SUPPLY, INC 921.20 SUPPLIES 83 OK POWER PRODUCTS 119.10 SUPPLIES 84 STILLWATER NEWSPRESS 30.63 PUBLICATION 85 KOCH MATERIALS CO, 217.13 SUPPLIES 86 TULSA FREIGHTLINER 372.32 SUPPLIES 87 QUAPAW CO., INC. 191.76 ROCK 88 GRAY'S WHOLESALE TIRE 2066.00 SUPPLIES 89 STILLWATER STEEL & SUPPLY, INC 47.50 SUPPLIES 90 MILLS CONSTRUCTION AND 80.00 REPAIRS 91 SOUTHWESTERN BELLTELEPHONE 115.34 SERVICES 92 CENTRAL OKLA, TELEPHONE CO. 18.95 SERVICES 93 CITY OF CUSHING 238.86 UTILITIES 94AMERICAN WELDING SUPPLY 210.00 SERVICES 95RELIANT ENERGYARKLA 40.21 SERVICES 96AT&T 113.76 SERVICES 97DARR EQUIPMENT CO. 6500.00 LEASE 98 EMPIRE FINANCIALSERVICES,INC1036.82 LEASE 99 STILLWATER STEEL & SUPPLY, INC 120.54 SUPPLIES 100 STILLWATER STEEL & SUPPLY, INC289.30 SUPPLIES -' 401 BEENtLI~IOTHERS ..... 5000.00 SERVICES 102 RAILROAD YARD 14000:04 SUPPLIES ' " '~' 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 QUAPAW CO., INC.. 94.85 ROCK QUAPAW CO., INC. 963.09 ROCK STILLWATER NEWSPRESS 33.41 PUBLICATION K & O CONSTRUCTION 1001.00 SUPPLIES KERNS ASPHALT, INC: " "1188.40 HMHL WOOD & SONS PAVING 2039.80 REPAIRS CAKES SERVICE STATION 44.00 REPAIRS KERNS READY-MIXED _~ 410.00 SUPPLIES NORTHERN EQUIPMENT 4063.19 SUPPLIES MIKE'S EQUIPMENT REPAIR, INC. 2422.52 REPAIRS THOMAS FORD 60.00 SUPPLIES RAILROAD YARD 616.41 SUPPLIES MIKE'S EQUIPMENT REPAIR, INC. 2018.55 REPAIRS HYPERNET SOLUTIONS, INC. 10.92 SERVICES BRIDGE AND HIGHWAY 5994.72 SUPPLIES WELCH STATE BANK 1350.05 LEASE UNITED REFRIGERATION, INC.1892.38 SUPPLIES HOME NATIONAL BANK 2935.05 LEASE KOMATSU FINANCIAL 2165.70 LEASE WELCH STATE BANK 1266.51 LEASE DARR EQUIPMENT CO. 9100.00 LEASE BOARD OF PRISONER'S 7 WARREN CLINIC, INC. 10.00 OVERAGE HEALTH DEPARTMENT 15STITES, YVONNE 273.72 REIMBURSEMENT 16C & S PLUMBING 50.00 SERVICES 17HAWTHORNE EDUCATIONAL SERVICE 145.20 SUPPLIES 18LEKTRON INDUSTRiAL SUPPLY 255.48 SUPPLIES 19BMI SYSTEMS, INC. 150.00 MAINTENANCE 20 PITNEY BOWLS CREDIT CORP. 486.00 RENTAL 21 A T & T WIRELESS SERVICES 466.35 SERVICES 22 PITNEY BOWES INC. 382.70 MAINTENANCE 23CITY OF STILLWATER 2123.41 UTILITIES 24 SOUTHWESTERN BELLTELEPHONE 220.24 SERVICES 25 CUSHING DAILY CITIZEN 34.00 SUBSCRIPTION 26 CLASSIC STORAGE 65.00 SERVICES 27 CITY OF CUSHING 263.96, UTILITIES SHERIFF SERVICE FEE 6 STILLWATER NEWSPRESS 54.86 PUBLICATION MORTGAGE CERTIFICATION 4 SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE 40.39 SERVICES REVOLVING FORFEITURE 3 STILLWATER NEWSPRESS 144.50 PUBLICATION, FAIRBOARD CASH 12 OKLA. CATTLEMEN'S ASSOC.. INC 55.00 SERVICES SHERIFF COMMISSARY 1 POSTMASTER SAFEROOM GRANT 7 HIGH, MARTIN Deering made the motion to aye. Sherri Schieffer County Clerk 170.00 POSTAGE 2000.00 REBATE adjourn. Motion carried: Deedng, aye; Arthur "This gene is necessary for experiencing pleasure when watching 'The Three Stooges.' It occurs only on the Y chromosome." (Legal Notice published in The Perkins Journal once, Au, Model Notification of Rights under FERPA For Elementary and Secondary Inatitutlone The family Educational Rights and Privacy Act students over 18 years of age ("eligible the student's education records. They are: (FERPA) affords 1. The right to inspect and days of the day the District receives a request for access. Parents or eligible students should submit to the school appropriate school official) a written request that identifies they wish to inspect. The principal will make arrangements| and notify the parent or eligible student of the time and records may be inspected. 2. The dght to request the amendment of the student's education the parent or eligible student believes are Parents or eligible students may ask the District to amend they believe is inaccurate or misleading. They should wdtel principal, clearly identity the part of the record they specify why it is inaccurate or misleading. If the district decides not to amend the record as requested or eligible student, the District will notify the parent or eligible the decision and advise them of their right to a hearing regardingt for amendment. Additional information regarding will be provided to the parent or eligible student when to a hearing. 3. The right to consent to disclosures of Information contained in the student's education records, extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. One exception, which permits disclosure without consent school official with legitimate educational interest. A school person employed by the District as an administrator or support staff member (including health or medical enfomemerff unit personnel); a person serving on the person or company with whom the District has contracted special task (such as an attorney, auditor, or a parent or student serving on an official committee, such aS a d or grievance committee, or assisting his or her tasks. A school official has a legitimate educational interest review an education record in order to fulfill his responsibility. or her (Optional) Upon request, the District consent to officials of another school district in which a intends to enroll. (NOTE: FERPA requires a school district reasonable attempt to notify the student o in its annual notification that it intends to forward 4. The right to file complaint with the U.S. Departme~ ! Education , the requirements of FERPA. admlnlatare FERPA are: Family Policy Compliance Office U.S. Department of Education 600 Independence Avenue, SW Washington, D.C. 20202-4605 Note: in addition, a school may want to include notice, as required by 99.37 of the regulations, with notification of rights under FERPA) LEGAL NOTICE'. ..... - Notice to Parents Regarding Child Identification, L()cation, Evaluation This notice is to Inform parents of the child identification location, and evaluation activities to be school district in coordination with Oklahoma State Education. Personally identifiable information shall be maintained in a confidential manner in carrying -- Referral: Preschool children ages 3 through 5 and students enrolled are suspected of having disabilities which may req services may be referred for screening and evaluation schools. Local school districts and the Regional coordinate with the SoonerStart Lady Intervention identification and evaluation of infants and for early intervention services from birth through 2 years of special education and related services beginning at 3 Oklahoma Areawide Service Information (OASIS), through number (1-800-42-OASIS), also provides statewide referrals to local schools and other service providers. Screening: Screening activities may include vision, hearing, and screening activities may include: review of record,, interviews; observations; and specially developed readiness or ( screening instruments. The Regional assistance and consultation to local schools in these efforts. (1) Readiness Screening Personally identifiable information is collected on all students participating in schoolwida screening to pdor to entry into first grade. Results of the available to parents or legal guardians, teachers, administrators. No child shall be screened for readiness 0t~ without prior notice to the child's parent or le parent or legal guardian has filed written objection with district. (2) Educational Screening Educational Screening includes accepted identification of children who may have special eligible for special education and related service the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA). Each the State provides educational screening. No educationally screened without prior notice to the legal guardian or whose parent or legal guardian has objection with the local school district. Educational Screening is implemented for all first grade year Second through twelfth grade students shall be screened upon request by parent, legal guardian, or teacher. Students entering the public school system from another within the state without previous educational screening from the date of entry. Evaluation means procedures used in accordance with regulations a child has a and extent of the special term means procedures used selectively with an individual include basic tests administered or grade, or class. Written consent of the parent or evaluation must be on file with the local school district an initial evaluation for special education and related services For further information contact the following person at your scl~: - Milton Davis. PerldnI.Trvon School=, - 40fP547-5713