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2.THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, September 6, 2001 i"i !, Payne County Commissioners proceedinqs ~i !,i 334 335 ~e Payne County Board of Commissioners met in a Regular meeting Monday, 336 Jgust 13, 2001. Notice of the meeting was made by posting an agenda in 337 ;cordance with the Open Meeting Law. The following were present: Gloria 338 .=sser, Chairman; Jim Arthur, Vice-Chairman; Bill De(~dng, Member; Sherri 339 ;hieffer, County Clerk. Chades Rogers, Assistant District Attorney. 340 le Chairman celled the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. The meeting was opened 341 th Prayer and Flag Salute. 342 .=ering presented Notice of Intent to apply for Hazard Mitigation Grant. This 343 rant is through FEMA. Deering stated the County could quality for funds to 344 ;Ip stabilize Cimarron River Bank. Total cost of the project is estimated at 345 ;70,000.00. Deering noted he has been in contact with DEQ to utilize old 346 es to line the riverbanks. Deedng made the motion to submit the request for 347 "ant funds in the amount of $202,500, which is 75%, of the project cost. Arthur 348 ~conded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carded. 349 ~.ering submitted claim for engineering Fees in the amount of $3900.00 from 350 awley Engineering. The bddge is located on North Stillwater Creek. Arthur 351 ~de the motion to approve claim and forward to ODOT for payment from 352 :tO Funds. Deering seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Mo- 353 n carried 354 ~e Clerk reported that the Reclaimer lease purchase could be paid off eadier. 355 ~e financing company will calculate the pay-off after the August payment is ceived. Arthur made the motion to pay off the Ractaimer Lease pumhasa. ~ering seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. thur presented Amended Resolution 2001-51. Resolution # 2001-51 AMENDED McElroy (Country Club to Western Road) Asphalt Overlay HEREAS, Payne County passed a County Sales Tax with 53 percent desig- .ted to be used for capital improvements on county roads, and WHEREAS, lyne County District 3 has chosen as a priority project 2 miles of McEIroy, .st from Country Club to Western Road for asphalt oveday, and HEREAS, this road is a bus route, mail route, and has a high traffic count. )W THEPEFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Payne County authonzes use of estimate3 $150,000 of said sales tax funds for the project described above. esented and approved this ! 3th day of August, 2001. thur motion to approve amended Resolution 01-51, supemeding the original -51. Deedng seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deenng, aye. Motion tried. .'sser presented the invoice for Dues for CODA in the amount of $647.00. .,ering made motion to approve the payment of dues. Arthur seconded. Arthur, e; Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carried. .,ering presented Resolution - 2001-56, Duncan RoadProject (, ] /i 7i PAYNE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Resolution # 2001-56 Dunkin Road (SIll08 to SH18) Double Chip & Seal/Single Chip & Seal e 1 ? WHEREAS, Payne County passed a County Sales Tax with 53 pement designated to be used for capital improvements on county roads, and WHEREAS, Payne County Distnct 1 has chosen as a pdority project: 1) 1 mile of Dunkin Road, east from SH108 to Bethel Road for double chip and seal surfacing, 2) 7 miles of Dunkin Road, east from Bethel Road to SH 18 for single chip and seal surfacirtg, and WHEREAS, this road is a bus route, mail route, and has a high traffic count. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Payne County authorizes use of an estimated $170,000 of said sales tax funds for the project described above. Pre- sented and approved this 13th day of August, 2001. iering made the motion to approve the resolution. Arthur seconded. Arthur, ~; Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carried. ~ering presented Bridge Inspection invoices from Brawley Engineering. ering made the motion to approve claims for bridge inspections. Arthur, aye; ~ser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carded. Clerk presented cash appropriations as certified by the Treasurer. Deenng ida the motion to approve the Cash appropriations. Arthur seconded. Arthur, ;); Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. s Clerk presented transfer of appropriation for Highway, Sales Tax: Con- uction account to Capitol Outlay, $172,000. Deering made the motion to orove the transfer. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. purohaseordersforDistrict#1"and E~,e~f, Arthur , ide the motion to approve the blanket pu/chase orders, : O~r, iqg seconded. hu, aye; Hesser, aye; Deerng, aye. MotiOn camed. Clerk presented monthly reports: Health Department, $3162.99; Election ;ard, $14737.26. Deenng made the motion to approve the monthly reports. hur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hessar, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carried. a Chairman r~toorted they would be poudng the floor on the new building gust 20 or 21 . e Chairman presented a report from Darrell Vamell regarding the establish- ~nt of fines for illegal dumping. The matter was tabled for study. e Clerk reported a Claim filed by Alvie Cochran was forwarded to the Insur- ce Company. Clerk presented the minutes of July 31 and August 6. Arthur made the ,tion to approve the minutes of July 31. Motion carded: Arthur, aye; Deefing ~tain; Hesser, aye. :ering made the motion to approve the minutes of August 6. Motion carried: ihur, aye; Hesser, abstain; Deering, aye. Motion carded. s following bid was opened: 1 2002-05 - Bogus Check Software Program Unceback $34,859.00 insas City, MO '.a Bid was remanded to Clerk for evaluation by authorized personnel. Irovedi~ 08/13/01 to 08/13/01 ...FY 2000-2001 INERAL FUND. ~ar# Issued To Amount Reason Issued: i14 CENTRAL DRUG 49.36 SUPPLIES 15 CENTRAL DRUG 174.90 SUPPLIES 116 CENTRAL DRUG 135.00 SUPPLIES 117 CENTRAL DRUG 301.95 SUPPLIES t18 YALE NEWS 16.49 PUBLICATIONS CUSHING DAILY CITIZEN 545.14 PUBLICATIONS HYPERNET SOLUTIONS, INC. 100.00 SERVICES GARYS LAWN CARE 280.00 SERVICES GRIMSLEY'S, INC. 158.90 SUPPLIES GRIMSLEY'S, INC. 73.13SUPPLIES & MORE 55.00 REPAIRS 15 CENTRAL DRUG 165.69 SUPPLIES )1 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 I1 STILLWATER MEDICAL CENTER 50.00 SERVICES SUPER DUPER PUBLICATIONS 354.30 PUBLICATIONS FEE MCGUIRE, LELLOUS H. 1500.00 SERVICES to 08/13/01...FY 2001-2002 . FUND Issued To: Amount Reason Issued: FENTON OFFICE MART 87.77 SUPPLIES FEDERAL EXPRESS 17.04 SERVICES QUALITY WATER SERVICES 44.50 SUPPLIES DEPARTMENT OF CENTRAL SERVICE 350.48 SUPPLIES STILLWATER TYPEWRITER CO.,INC 171.14 MAINTENANCE MATTHEW BENDER & CO. INC. 45.96 SUPPLIES CRANFORD, DUSTIN L 12.50 REIMBURSEMENT BLANKINSHIP, ROY E. 31.99 REIMBURSEMENT GREEN, CLYDE W. 28.73 REIMBURSEMENT OSBORN, TONY L 7.50 REIMBURSEMENT HUCKEBY, ROY K. 2.70 REIMBURSEMENT UNIFIRST 25.60 SERVICES THE EARTHGRAINS CO. 214.54 SUPPLIES NAPA AUTO PARTS 627.06 SUPPLIES J & B CLEANERS 614.00 SERVICES B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS 297.74 SUPPLIES ACE HARDWARE 38.43 SUPPLIES GRIMSLEY'S, INC. 184.35 SUPPLIES ~'.. B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS 254.85 SUPPLIES CINGULAR WIRELESS 825.47 SERVICES XEROX CORPORATION 104.16 SERVICES SKAGGS COMPANIES, INC. 135.96 SUPPLIES THOMPSEN D.D.S., JOHN A. 265.00 SERVICES CENTRAL DRUG 3308.16 SUPPLIES CONSUMERS I.G.A. 6.30 SUPPLIES CONSUMERS I.G.A. 6.30 SUPPLIES OSU COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SRV 11054.00 PAYROLl-' OSU COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SRV 458.64 PAYROLL B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS 150.72 SUPPLIES LIVESTOCK WEEKLY 25.00SUBSCRIPTION BROADSAT COMMUNICATIONS 29.95 SERVICES FARM EQUIPMENT GUIDE 40.00 SUPPLIES MANATRON 1650.00 MAINTENANCE THYSsENKRUPP ELEVATOR CORP. 150.00 SUPPLIES INDUSTRIAL CHEMIST, INC. 270.00 SUPPLIES OKLA. NATURAL GAS 211.99 SERVICES CRAIG, GLENNA J. 57.27 REIMBURSEMENT QUALITY WATER SERVICES 37.00 SUPPLIES B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS :39.00 SUPPLIES GRIMSLEY'S, INC. 63.80 SUPPLIES GARYS LAWN CARE 625.00 SERVICES EMPIRE FINANCIALSERVICES,INC 5981.24 LEASE ACE HARDWARE 67.47 SUPPLIES STILLWATER MILLAGRI CENTER 46.85 SUPPLIES UNIFIRST 126.00 SERVICES GRIMSLEY'S, INC. 287.95 SUPPLIES A'I'WOOD'S FARM PLAN 140.24 SUPPLIES HUGHES LUMBER 93.99 SUPPLIES STILLWATER EQUIPMENT CO., INC 293.82 SUPPLIES B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS 126.39 SUPPLIES MAY'S DRUG STORES, INC. 11.14 SUPPLIES OAKLEY FENCE CO. 47.80 SUPPLIES LOWE'S COMPANIES, INC. 140.05 SUPPLIES ATWOOD'S FARM PLAN 239.00 SUPPLIES HYPERNET SOLUTIONS, INC. 18.95 SERVICES STILLWATER NEWSPRESS 99.50 SUBSCRIPTION HEW WASTE SYSTEMS, INC. 72.52 SERVICES HIGHWAY CASH 124LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 14.43 SUPPLIES 125SOONER RUBBER PRODUCTS 210.99 SUPPLIES 126NAPAAUTO PARTS 532.02SUPPLIES 127MACK TRUCK SALES OF TULSA,INC 1997 SUPPLIES 128HARRIS GAS STATIONS 563.42 SUPPLIES 129FECHNER PUMP&SUPPLY 07.57 SUPPLIES 130DARR EQUIPMENT CO. 133.24 SUPPLIES 131CROW-BURLINGAME CO. 20.93 SUPPLIES 132CIMARRON TRUCK PARTS, INC.576.96 SUPPLIES 133AMERICAN WELDING SUPPLY 360.15 SUPPLIES 134LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 811.65 SUPPLIES 135STEWART STONE, INC. 64.02 ROCK 136STEWART STONE, INC. 4957.92 ROCK 137STEWART STONE, INC. 5474.04 ROCK 138LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 444.40 SUPPLIES 139LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., iNC. 87.02 SUPPLIES 140INLAND TRUCK PARTS CO. 503.04 SUPPLIES 141ENLOWTRACTOR CO. 216.60 SUPPLIES 142INLAND TRUCK PARTS CO. 56.24 SUPPLIES 143SCOTWOOD INDUSTRIES, INC.5469.53 SUPPLIES 144LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 45.80 SUPPLIES 145MIDWESTERN EQUIPMENT 131.72 SUPPLIES 146LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 371.32 SUPPLIES 147DARR EQUIPMENT CO. 300.00 SUPPLIES 148LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC. 36.85 SUPPLIES 149INLAND TRUCK PARTS CO. 43.88 SUPPLIES 150TULSA NEW HOLLAND, INC. 63.50 SUPPLIES 151AVERT PEST ELIMINATION, INC.30.00 SERVICES 152TULSA NEW HOLLAND, INC. 80.20 SUPPLIES 153RAILROAD YARD 774.33 SUPPLIES 154QUAPAWCO., INC. 1769.70ROCK 155OKLA, CORPORATION COMMISSION 25.00 REGISTRATION 156VOICESTREAM WIRELESS 26.68 SERVICES 157OKLA. DEPT. OF TRANSPORTATION 255.95 LEASE 158STEWART STONE, INC. 5475.92 ROCK 159STEWART STONE, INC. 2150.17 ROCK 161QUAPAW CO., INC. 820.86 ROCK 162BOSTIAN, MORINEA. 750.00 SUPPLIES 163DARR EQUIPMENT CO. 63.60 SUPPLIES 164LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO., INC.145.56 SUPPLIES 165CIMARRON TRUCK PARTS, INC. 205.66 SUPPLIES 166UNIFIRST 674.89SUPPLIES 167STILLWATER MILLAGRI CENTER 486.90 SUPPLIES 168STILLWATER EQUIPMENT CO.,INC 30.45 SUPPLIES 169OLINGHOUSE STEEL SUPPLY 14.19 SUPPLIES 170LOCKE SUPPLY 240.57SUPPLIES 171BOB BURK OIL CO., INC. 202.15SUPPLIES 172ADVANCED FIRST AID & SAFETY 212.30 SUPPLIES 173STEWART STONE, INC. 5436.06 ROCK 174ROBERTS TRUCK CENTER, INC. 162.96 SUPPLIES 175STEWART STONE, INC. 828.34 ROCK 176ADVANCED FIRSTAID& SAFETY 21.50 REPAIRS 177 P & K RIVERSIDE 445.50 SERVICES 178LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO, INC. 545.76 SUPPLIES 179DRIVE TRAIN SPECIALIST, INC. 120.00 REPAIRS 180GERMAN DISTRIBUTING 90.10 SUPPLIES 181STILLWATER MILLAGRI CENTER 6.75 SUPPLIES 182. LIONEL HARRIS~OIL CO., INC. 6367.91 SUPPLIES 1~I ~'TJ~T.EB M~.LL AGRJ.C~NT~ER 509:91 SUPPLIES 184 BRUCKNERS TRUCK SALES, INC. 639.35 SUPPLIES 185 AIRGAS 2.50~00 LEASE HEALTH DEPARTMENT 28 DOWELL, EVA J. 63.63 REIMBURSEMENT 29 A & M PEST SERVICES, INC. 75.00 SERVICES 30 SCHROEDER, HERMAN J. 147.50 SERVICES 32 GRIMSLEY'S, INC. 366.15 SUPPLIES 33 MERCK & CO., INC. 4598.25 RUPPLIES 34 LAB SAFETY SUPPLY 63.53 SUPPLIES 35 RED LINE MEDICAL SUPPLY, INC. 110.28 SUPPLIES 36 STORAGE PLUS 30.00 SERVICES 37 MEDIBADGE 158.00 SUPPLIES 38 BMI SYSTEMS, INC. 495.00 SUPPLIES 39 IONEXTELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC 384.14 SERVICES 40 OKLA. DEPT. OF HUMAN SERVICES 35.20 SERVICES 41 TSR WIRELESS-OKLAHOMA CITY 61.03 SERVICES SHERIFF SERVICE FEE 7 STILLWATER MILLAGRI CENTER 34.50 SUPPLIES 8 STOUT LOCKS 231.00REPAIRS ~IORTGAGE CERTIRCATION 5 B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS 109.17 SUPPLIES REVOLVING FORFEITURE 4 COOPERS LOCKSMITH LLC 10.00 SUPPLIES 5 BOWMAN'S WRECKER SERVICE 590.72 SERVICES 6 COOPERS LOCKSMITH LLC 20.00 SERVICES 7 COOPERS LOCKSMITH LLC 99.00 SERVICES _. Resolution # 2001-58 911t Street (SH99 to Oak Grove Road) Striping White Llnes Only WHEREAS, Payne County passed a County Sales Tax with 53 nated to be used for capital improvements on county roads, and Payne County Distnct 1 has chosen as a priority project 1 mile of east from SH99 to Oak Grove Road for striping white side lines on~J,~i WHEREAS, th's road is a bus route, mail route, and has a high traffic NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Payne County authodzes~ an estimated $600.00 of said sales tax funds for the project descnbed Presented and approved this 27th day of August 2001. ~ Deenng made the motion to approve the Resolutions. Arthur seconded. ~ aye; Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carded. ;~ i:/ Service Contracts: ../~ The Chairman submitted service contracts for approval: J Industrial Chemist - water testing; $270.00 per month Arthur made the~ to approve the contract with Industrial Chemist. Deedng seconded. aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. ~/ Bunney Electdc - electric service; $24.00 per hour; $21.00 journeyman. ~ made the motion to approve the contract Deering seconded Adl~Ur, ~ i . () Hesser, aye; Deenng, aye. Motion carried. Western Mechanical, plumbing, $42.00 per hr. Arthur made the motido ~ prove the contract. Deering seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deedng,~ Motion carded. Orkin Pest Control. Arthur made the motion to approve the contract w~_,~-'~ for pest control. Deering seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deenng, tllr~ Motion carded. - ~'~ S The Chairman submitted bridge inspection invoices from Brawley Engine, E. Deering made the motion to Table invoices for additional information. ~ $ seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. ~E. The Clerk presented appointment of Requisition and receiving officers: ~no", Department Requisition Receiving ~ Progress School Linda Rogers Carol Davis ;i~' District #1 Bill Deenng Vivian Clary ~N. Gloria Hesser Shylowe Mantle ~Sa Jim Arthur ~113 Retha Hedges ~| Rocky Blaiser ~ Cushing Fire John Henkel Brent Kerr ~t~ Dennis Fisher Jim O'Kelley ~z4 WlA Justin Bray John Nyberg ~ Fu Child Support Rob Hudson Amanda Jensen !~1| l~, Zonna Feken Laura Sharp ~ ~; Sheila Staley ~ High Prairie Donald Albnght Lane Burton " "!~_' ' Joe Burton ~Z0 Deenng made the motion to approve appointments as submitted. Arthur~ ~ onded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deenng, aye. Motion carded. ~=~4~. Deering submitted Resolution for Traffic Control as requested by Sac ano~ RE: SPEED LIMIT ON 9TM STREET i'i~|~;~]~ WHEREAS, Title 69 O.S. 1991 Sec. 601 vests jurisdiction over county r~] | and highways in the county commission and WHEREAS, Title 47 O.S,~ Sec. 14-113 ~/ specifies certain powers of the county commission with traffi~hon WHEREAS, the tra the regulation of local highways, and Street is in excess of e countywide speed limit, NOW THEREFORE RESOLVED that the Payne County Board of Commissioners will post 4~:~ Speed Limit signs on the following roads: 9TH Street from SH99 to Valley Road: AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Payne County ~ of Commissioners shall send a copy of this resolution to the Oklahoma..[~i ment of Public Safety and the Payne County Sheriff's Department so limits can be enforced. Presented and approved this 27th da, Deering made the motion to approve the Resolution 2001-59. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. Deedng submitted Resolution for traffic control as requested by Yale Schools: PAYNE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Resolution # 2001-60 RE: BUS LOADING AND SPEED LIMIT SIGNS ON WHEREAS, Payne County has established a procedure for placing of ~ control signs, pursuant to Title 47 O.S. Sac. 15-102, and WHEREAS, 1TM~ O.S. 1991 Sac. 601 vests jurisdiction over county roads and highwaYS Itt~ county commission, and WHEREAS, Title 47 O.S. 1991 Sac. 14-113 s~! certain powers of the county commission with respect to the regulation of ~( on local highways, and WHEREAS, the procedure may be initiated by request from the public, and WHEREAS, Payne County has received a ~'~ request from James Cox, Supedntendent of Yale Public Schools for the . of;signs on~"G" Street; .specifically, 2 each Bus Loading signs and 2 MPH speed limit signs, and WHEREAS, Payne County has great ~t regarding the safety and well being of their citizens, and ..~iL, WHEREAS, the traffic on "C" Stet is in excess of the countywide speed~ NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Payne County Board of~ missioners will post: 1) Bus Loading signs on North "C Street--one otl~ east side of the street, north o1 the elementary school in the area of the~llJ~ telephone pole south of Rick Tumer's dnveway, and one on the west side ~ street, approximately two telephone poles south of Everett Johnson's ~ way, and 2) 45 MPH Speed Limit signs on the following roads: "C" street of SH33, one on the east side of the road just north of the elementary ~] and a second sign on the west side placed at the first telephone pole an~_~ Everett Johnson s dnveway. AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the f" ~=]J~ County Board of Commissioners shall send a copy of this resolution ~ Oklahoma Department of Public Safety and the Payne County Sheriff's I:~1 ment so that said limits can be enfomed. Presented and approved this ~ day of August 2001. II,_ Deering made the motion to approve Resolution. Arthur seconded. aye; Hasser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carded. The Clerk presented Blanket pumhase order: Election Board. Deedng the motion to approve the blanket purchase order. Arthur seconded. FAIRBOARD CASH order'at 10:10 a.m. The following bids were opened: 13 OK GARDEN TRACTOR PULL ASSOC. 700.00 SPONSORSHIP 2002-08- Asphalt Oveday 7 B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS 13.32 RIBBONS Bid: 1) Type A 2) Type B 1. Quapaw Company, Stillwater $32.50 per ton Deenng made the motion to recess until Wednesday, August 15. Arthur sac- $33.10 per ton ended. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deenng, aye. Motion cerned. 2. Bailey Paving, Carney $27.45 per ton The Chairman called the meeting to order at 8:00 a.m., Wednesday, August 15. $28.20 per ton All members were present. The following purchase order was approved: 3. Kerns Company, Stillwater$29.10 per ton 878 US Post Office 2000.00 postage $30.25 per ton Deenng made the motion to adjoum. Arthur seconded.' Arthur, aye; Hesser, 2002-09- Soda Skid Unit - Ripley Fire aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carded. 1. Southern Oklahoma Development, Durant, OK Sherri Schieffer 2. Emergency Equipment Services, Inc., OK City, OK County Clerk 2002-10, Sand De-Icing 1. Scotwood Industries, Inc., Ovedand Park, KS 2. Scotwood Industnes Inc., Ovedand Park, KS aye; Haseer, aye; Deenng, aye. Motion carded. ...,~lll Arthur reported contract award for bridges by OI30"1": Project 160(47), $ 2~.,~ Redland and Airport Road over Stillwater Creek (north); Projectl~%mJlll16t~ $241,000; 104th and Country Club, over unnamed tributary. . _.~, ~=~ The Chairman catted a Recess. The Chairman celled the meeting Da~ |, $7499.00 $9865.76 .089 per The Payne County Board of Commissioners met tn e. regular meeting Monday, 2002-11, Pot Hole Patching August 27, 2001. Notice of the meeting was made by posting an agenda in 1. JLT Corporation, Cushing, OK ....~ accordance with the Open Meeting Law. The following were present: Gloda Arthur made the motion to award bid 02-08, Asphalt Oveday, to low bid,~ Hessar, Chairman; Jim Arthur, Vice.Chairman; Bill Deedng, Member; Shard carded, toy/~ Schieffer, County' Clerk. Paving. Deenng seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deenng, aye. M~I Mr. G. W. Davis, Rlpley Fire, recommended awarding bid 02-09 to the ~,~ withThe Chairmanprayer andCalledFlagthesalute.meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. The meeting was opened Southem Oklahoma Development Assoc. Arthur made the motion tO Arthur stated he reviewed the bid for trucking services. The bid received was the recommendation. Deedng seconded. Arthur, aye; Hasser, aye; / for dirt and sand. Arthur recommended the Purchasing Agent solicit quotes for aye. Motion carried. hauling of fly ash as no bid was received. Arthur made the motion to accept Deedng made the motion to award bid 02-10, Sand De-icing to Industnes. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. m"-I~ Sexton Sand and Gravel, Bid 02-27 for trucking services for sand and dirt. Deefing seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deenng, aye. Motion carried. Hesser submitted a recommendation from Darrell Vamell, Trash Cop, on esti- mation of trash clean up fee to be charged as restitution. Arthur motion to approve the recommendation, with mileage being amended to the current IRS reimbursement rate. Deedng seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion.carded. Arthur submitted an application for REAP Grant for the Town of Mehan. The project is to chip and seal approximately 2 miles of street. Arthur made the motion to approve application for REAP Grant in the amount of $30,000.00. Deedng seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carded. Arthur submitted a check for Road damages from Federated Rural Electric in the amount of $2039.80. The Board accepted the check for damages to Fair- grounds Road between McEIroy and Lakeview. Deedng presented Resolution 2001-57 & 58 Resolution # 2001-5,7,, Oak Grove Road (SH33 to 9 [H Street) Striping White Lines Only WHEREAS, Payne County passed a County Sales Tax with 53 percent desig- nated to be used for capital improvements on county roads, and WHEREAS, Payne County District 1 has ~sen as a pdodty project 1 mile of Oak Grove Road, South from SH33 to 9 Street for stnping white side lines only, and WHEREAS, this road is a bus route, mail route, and has a high traffic count. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Payne County authorizes use of an estimated $600.00 of said sales tax funds for the project dascdbed above. Presented and approved this 27th day of August 2001. carded. Deedng made the motion to award bid 2002-11 to JLT Pot Hole Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. The Clerk presented monthly reports: Distnct #3, Consumable Inventory;~ holic Beverage Tax, $10,950.94. Deedng made the motion to adjourn. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carried. Shard Schieffer County Clerk A house is never perfectly furnished for enjoyment,unless there is a child in it rising three years old, and a kitten rising sixweeks. Robert Southey, 1774-1843