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B6 - THE JOURNAL, Thursday, September 21, 2017 LEGAL NOTICE I LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTI(;E Legal notice published in The Perkins Joumal Sept. 21, 2017 The Payne County Board of County Commissioners met in a regular meeting of the board at 9:00 a.m. on September 5, 2017 at the Payne County Administration Building, Gloria Hesser Commis- sioner Meeting Room 200, located in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Chairman Reding called the meeting to order: 9:00 a.m. The following members were pres- ent: Chairman - Chds Reding, Dis- trict 2, Zach Cavett-Commissloner District 1, Kent Bradley-Vice-Chair- man, Commissioner District 3, Tammy Mathis, Deputy County Clerk, Assistant Distdct Attorney Lowell Barto. Invocation by Chris Reding and Flag Salute to our country by Zach Cavett Approve minutes of the previ.- ous meeting of the board: Clerk's office presented the minutes of the previous meeting. Motion by C.,avet t approve theAugust 30, 2017 minutes as presented, second by Bradley. Roll Call Vote: Cavett-Yes, Bradley-Yes, Reding-Yes. Miscellaneous items from the audience: None presented at this time. Discussion and Possible Action on Bid Openings 9:30 AM.: None presented at this time. Discussion and Possible Action on Evaluations: None presented at this time. Discussion and PossibleAction on Reports from Officers and Boards: Resolution 2017-30 -- Autho- rize Closure of Portion of Texaco Rd Pursuant to Agreement with Enbridge Energy Company: Cavett presented Resolution 2017-30 authorizing the closing of a portion of Texaco Rd in Payne County. Reding stated this had been dis- cussed at two (2) previous meetings as well. Bradley wanted to confirm that Enbrldge would be maintaining that road and Cavett stated yes as well as installing a turn around and we would be perm~ed to reopen the road if needed. Motion by Cavett to approve Resolution 2017-30 as presented, second by Bradley. Roll Call Vote: Cavett-Yes, Bradley-Yes, Reding-Yes. Discussion/Possible Action - CIRB 5 Year Plan: Bradley stated he wanted to table this discussion due to upcoming meetings with CED, will be visiting with them Fdday as well as wanting to add a bridge project if possible to the CIRB plan. Bradley asked to place the CIRB Plan on the September 11th Meeting. Motion by Bradley to table, second by Cavett. Roll Call Vote: Cavett-Yes, Bradley-Yes, Reding-Yes. Approval of plans for Bridge #113 - Elth and Pleasant Valley: Bradley stated this location was 80th and Pleasant Valley Road. Stephen Frosch with Mehlburger Brawley stated it was bndge #113. Frosch stated there have been final plans for aboui a year, but hoping to place them in the CIRB 5-year plan. Motion by Bradley to approve plans for Bridge #113, second by Cavett. Roll Call Vote: Cavett-Yes, Bradley-Yes,, Reding-Yes. Approval of REAP Grant Applica- tion - Diamond Valley Community Center: Reding stated the reap grant application is for Diamond Valley Community Center. Reding mentioned a few of the items they are wanting to replace like flooring, carpet, rebuild a ramp and steps. Reding stated they were requesting $7118. IVk)Ik~ by CavetI to approve apr :a , second by Bmd . Re, Call Vote: Cavett-Yes, Bradley-Yes, Reding-Yes. Intedocal Agreement between City of Perkins and Payne County Board of Commissioners: Bradley preseeted the agreement stating the county agrees to supply labor and machinery for the routine mainte- nance of streets and alleys including patching, graveling and grading as des'~jnated and the City agrees to fumish or pay for all materials up to an amount of $10,000 to be used in such maintenance. ~ by Bradley to approve agreement as presented, second by Cavett. Roll Call Vote: Cavett-Yes, Bradley-Yes, Reding-Yes. Approval - Emergency Man- agement Performance Grant Application (EMPG): Jeff Kuhn, Emergency Management Director presented the grant to the board. Kuhn stated this is the same grant they apply for, arid have received previous years. The grant is in the amount of $20,000. Kuhn is submitting the application to the Board for approval. Motion by Cavett to approve application for grant, second by Bradley. Roll Call Vote: Cavett-Yes, Bradley-Yes, Reding-Yes. Request for Traffic Control Signs: None presented at this time. Ingress and Egress Agreements: Cavett presented one (1) for DistriCt 1 with Con/Martin to clear out the ditch line to improve the shoulder and the ditch. The property is located at Westpoint Road North of Old 51. Motion by C, avett to approve agreement, sesond by Bradley. Roll Call Vote: Cavett-Yes, Bradley-Yes, Reding-Yes. Removal of Equipment items from HfiW PLASTERINi INC.- 8337 SW 29TH ST 0KC. 0KLA LEGAL NOTICE I LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Legal notice published in The Perkins'Journal Sept. 21,2017 PUBLICATION SHEET= TOINN OF RIPLEY, OKLAHOMA E.~TIMATE OF NEEDS FOr 1~ ~fe~;- Ers ~itt~ J~lt~. 30, ~01:B of the G~fif~l E~3,11~l of Ri~oim/, Otd~ma GENERAL FUND 2016-20"[7 2017B~ 20181~i~ ~;UI~PUJS. I~GINNING OF yEAR 66,__968 78.000 ~,970. REVENUES: ALCOHOLIC BEY. TAX t ,415 ! ,250 1,400 ~tk~. TAG~ & KENNEL FEES 1C~ 50 100 CIC-~ TAX REVENUE 430 425 42'5 D~TRSNS 1.6~ - FRANCHISE TAX * ELECTRIC 9.128 8,7~50 9,000 INSPeCTION-TELEPHONE 2~ 250 250 INTEREST 319 200 2QO M~.SJE:EL LA.N EOUS 14~.~O1 8.I,3OO 10,000 PERMIT~ & L.tCEN~ES 50 50 50 S-~-.LE S T~ 37,194 ~,O00 37.000 ,~TATE GF>J~T S 3,817 4,000 3~00 KEN CARPENTER AUCTION LLC TOIrAL RL~NUES ~B ,~50 eO,g75 ~2,225 ~$FERP~ TR~IJ~I~FE R,S TO STREET &/~LLEY FLIN~ TOT~ RE3/~NUIF.~ AND TF~t,~FER$ LEGAL SBVICES . 66,~ ~.i,~ 5e,475 ~,725 GENER/M. FUND pE R.SONAL ~ERVICE$ 2~.~1 30,450 2eJ~OO MAINTENA,~CE & OPE.RAT~ONS i', ~.~7 f~0.O75 44,22S CAPITAL t,.~TL~Y * 11,1~ 1'i~1~O ~!'EP~RTME NT TOTAL. TOTAL G ENEP.~L FUND EXPEN~tTURES ~,846 9'1,675 81.975 ADVERTISE STATEWIDE F-.J(CESS OF SURPLtt-S & R~CEIPT$ OVER F-J(P~NI~TURES ~,9"t~G 43.~00 68 '?20 WANT TO BUY STREET AND ALLEY FUND RL~NUES; MILEAGE TAX 2+782 3,000 2,SOO TRAN,~FER FROM GENERAL FUND ~,~00 1,~ TOTAL R~IENUES 3,~ 5.200 5,000 EXP~NE~PdRES; STREET '..,mLmEE, 5.158 5~375 ,,, 5,L~OO TOTAL EXpE~DrrURES 5,1 ,58,,,5,375 5.200 SURPLUS, EN~ OF YEaR 3~(3 6t9 lEO AUCTIONS AUCTIONS AUCTIONS AUCTIONS AUCTIONS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2017 AT 10 A.M. & 2 P.M. D. Berry Auctioneers &.Brokers 405 372 2466 101 N. Main, Sti{lwater, OK 74075 www.berryauctions.om inventory: presentedaRes- KE' 676, FOR 4OST PI OMO- olution for disposing of equipment TIONS, 1913.74, SUPPUES; 677, for the Sheriff's Office. Inventory A T & T, 141.09, FAX MACHINE No. 701.109 2015 Dodge Ram CHARGES; 678, EDA, 176.13, 1500 4 Door Crew Cab Pickup, SUBSCRIPT1ON;679,BEASLEYS Serial No. 1C6RR7NM9FS626435 TECHNOLOGY, INC., 256.00, to be sold to the City of Perkins in BATTERYBACKUP;680, SHRED- the amount of $30,000. Motion AWAY SHREDDING, INC., 84.70, by Bradley to approve removal of SHREDDING SERVICES; 681, items from inventory, second by MARRIOTT HOTEL, 364.00, Cavett. RollCallVote:Cavett-Yas, HOTEL;682, THYSSENKRUPP Bradley-Yes, Reding-Yes. ELEVATOR, 200.00, MAINTE- Appointment of Requisitioning NANCE; 683, THYSSENKRUPP and Receiving Officers: None ELEVATOR, 200.00, MAINTE- presented at thistime. NANCE; 684, THYSSENKRUPP Discussion and Possible Action ELEVATOR, 200.00, MAINTE- on FI~: NANCE; 685, A & B ECO-SAFE, Cash Appropriations: None pre- 50.00, AUGUST BLANKET; 686, sented at this ~me. QUALITY CUSTOM UPFITTERS, Transfer of Approwiations: None 1053.38, AUGUST BLANKET; presented at this time. 687, UNIFIRST, 133.45, AUGUST Purchase Orders: FY2017-2018 BLANKET; 688, COOPERS $56,419.88 2017-2018 78-3/8TH LOCKSMITH LLC, 8.50, AUGUST SALES TAX: 110, RETAIL BLANKET; 689, B & C BUSI- FINANCE CREDIT SERVICES, NESS PRODUCTS, INC., 494.85, ATTN: DONNA PRING, 99.32, AUGUST BLANKET; 690, CUN- SUPPLIES; BOARD OF PRISON- DIFF CPA., STEVEN E, 6750.00, ERS:3, EARTHGRAINSBAKING SERVICES; 691, WELCH, CO. INC., 3500.00, AUGUST JOSEPH, 85.07, TRAVEL; 692, BLANKET; 4, EARTHGRAINS REDING CHRIS, 68.48, TRAVEL; BAKING CO. INC.,205.30, OVER- 693, CHICKASAW, 1404.79, UTIL- AGE; CO. ASSESSOR S FEE: 2, ITIES; 694, A T & T MOBILITY, BEASLEYSTECHNOLOGY, INC., 174.31, UTILITIES; E911: 17,AT 1543.75, DESKTOP; COUNTY & T, 565.22, UTILITY BILL; 18, A GENERAL: 674, A-1 SEPTIC T & T, 565.22, UTILITIES; 19, A T SYSTEM, 300.00, MAINTE- & T, 565.22, UTILmES; HEALTH NANCE; 675, UNIFIRST, 26.61, DEPARTMENT: 67, MAC SYS- INVOICE MISSED ON BLAN- TEMS, 419.00, REPAIRS; 68, A UITTIN6 BUSINE: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 9AM From 1-40 to Council, go south to SW 29th, West I/2 on the south side. B~'RSOLL RAND 130 TO/IN CYUNOER 16' BUMPER RILL TARARM DUALS AB COLOR 6~XFCA~ BEAD PORTABLE CI[MII~IL SPRAYER RAKER $1~IFFOLDII~ SEVERAL TABLE SAWS SCREW JACKS 80LT BMS SAFE'Lry HAND RAILS NAIL GIMS MIM-RAKER ~,AFFOLDM6 32" FAN SIDE ARM BRACKETS 1999 C6600 5 SPEED 6X6 WALK THROUGH SCAFFOLDINO 19N CHEV~ 3600 FLATBED 6X6 LAgOER FRAME 6AS TORAUR$ 2X5 SRAFFOLDiN6 1982 C-70 DUMP 11HiCK 13 SHEETS 4X8 PLYWO00 30 TON RESS 4)(4 WOOD PgS1S PALLET JACK CRS[ 390 DIESEL TRACTOI! WlitT 7500 WATT 6ENERATOR LOADER tiEERS REPAIFO DESEL TRACTOR EXTENSION LAOOBIS SEVERAL TRAILERS 6R BO~ DLAOE IU.i~TIC 36 WIRE WELOER 150 OALLON PLASTIC TANK TABLE WITH VI~E WESTINGIIOUS[ AI~ ~ SAFETY HAF~IES$ ROPES CUTTI~ TOICH OKLAHOMA CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING NETWORK FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 1-888-815-2672 SOCIAL SECURITY AND DISABILITY CLAIMS Saunders & Saunders Attorneys at Law. No Recovery - No Fee. 1-800-259- 8548 DRIS. WANT TO PURCHASE minerals and other oil/ges interests. Send details to: P.O. Box 13557, Denver, CO 80201: HANK HAS CASH WILL DASHI For old guitars, amps, mandolins, ukuleles, Gibson, Fender, Martin, Gretsch, etc. Top dollar cash paid. 40 yeats in Tulsa. 1-800-525-7273 www.stringswest.com. ADVERTISE STATEWIDEI For more information or to place an ad, contact Brenda Peer at (405) 499- 0020 or toll-free in OK at 1-888- 815-2672, 0CAN091717 AND M STORAGE LLC, 80.00, STORAGE UNIT; 69, A T & T, 1288.63, UT1LmES; 70, CITY OF CUSHING, 903.47, UTILmES; 71, CENTERPOINT ENERGY, 34.55, UTILITIES; 72, CITY OF STILL- WATER, 3181.13,UTILITIES; JAIL OPERATION & MAINTENANCE: 63, FASTENAL COMPANy 194.75, GLOVES; 64, BEN E. KEITH OKLAHOMA, 10528.t5, AUGUST BLANKET; 65, GRIMSLEYS, INC., 259:26, WATERHOG; 66, A & B ECO-SAFE, 200.00, AUGUST BLANKET; 67, QUALITY WATER SERVICES, 282.65, AUGUST BLANKET; 68, FASTENAL COM- PANY, 261.88,AUGUSTBLANKE'I~ 69, SYSCO FOOD, INC., 14067.68, AUGUST BLANKET; MECHANIC LIEN FEE: 25, B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS, INC., 29032, SUP- PLIES; SHERIFF SERVICE FEE: 40, US FLEETTRACKING, 330.24, MONTHLY SERVICE; 41, LOWE S COMPANIES, INC., 333.60, FLOORING; 42, LOWE S COM- PANIES, INC., 761.00, AUGUST BLANKET; 43, US FLEETTRACK- ING, 795.90, TRACKING DEVICE; SOLID WASTE: 10, OAKES SER- VICE CENTER, 473.66, AUGUST BLANKET; 11, STILLWATER STEEL AND, 117.95, AUGUST BLANKET;12, STAPLES, 39.98, AUGUST BLANKET; 13, NAPA AUTO PARTS, 97.72, AUGUST BLANKET; 14, LOWE S COM- PANIES, INC., 17.85, AUGUST BLANKET; 15, KINNUNEN SALES & RENTALS,, 23.42, AUGUST BLANKE'I~ 16, ATWOOD DISTRIB- UTING, 7.77, AUGUSTBLANKET; 17, KINNUNEN SALES & RENT- ALS,, 299.97, WOOD CUTTER KIT; Motion by Cavett to epprove Purchase Orders upon sign~ures, se nd by I adley Roll Cal Vcte: C e -Yes, ead w-Yes, Reding-Yes. Blanket: None presented at this 'lime. Tabisd: None ixesented at this ~ne. Disatiow~: None presemsd at this lime. PayroU4.onge : None prasented at ff-~s time. Motion by Cavett to approve Blankets and Payroll upon signa- tures, second by Bradley. Roll Call Vote: Cavett-Yes, Bradley-Yes, Reding-Yes. Monthly Reports of Officers: Reding presented an unofficial report from the Shariff's Office for food for the Jail for August 2017 totaling $28,301.33. Motion by Cavett to acknowledge report, second by Reding. Roll Call Vote: Cavett-Yes, Bradley-Yes, Red- ing-Yes. Public Announcements by the Board: Bradley stated he felt the Payne County Fair had a good turnout and was a success. Bradley thanked Director Campt l, staff, and the numerous volunteers that make it all happen. Reding stated the county was continuing to pray for our cotn'dry. Discussion and PossibleAction on: Telephone and Utility Permits: None prasented at this time. Road Crossing: None presented at this time. -~ew Business: None presented at this tima. Motion by Cavett to adjourn, second by Bradley. Roll Call Vote: Cavetl-Yes, Bradley-Yes, Red.-e-Y-es. Ill II 426 acres good gem North of Peny. M,: y grass WQlreshed on TrQct 1 -Tracls 1,2 and 3 will be offered ' tividually and h combo-Tract 4 will sell individualy. Gregg Pi ens Droker/Aucti0ne ofrx in 405 747-9304 4(E-533-2( ) OKLAHOMA 3 AUCTIONEER