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Page 8- The Perkins Journal, Thursday, November I1, 1993 PAYNE COUt;TY COMMISSION Regular Session October 18, 1993 The Payne County Board of Commissioners met in a Regular Meeting, Monday, October 18, 1993. Notice of the meeting was made by posting an agenda at room I01, Courthouse, Stillwater, OK on Thursday, October 14, 1993. The following were present; Ms. Bernice Mitchell, Chairman; Mr. carl Moreland, Vice-Chalrman; Mr. Jimmle Dee Cook, Member; Ms. Core Lee Stewart, Deputy County Clerk. The Chairman called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. . Deputy Stewart presented minutes of September 30 and October 4. Motion was made by Cook to approve the minutes es presented, Moreland seconded. Motion carried. Moreland, aye; Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye. The Chairman recessed the meeting at 9:10 A.M. to conduct the meeting of Payne Home Finance Authority. The Chairman called the Commission meeting back 0 order. The Chairman asked that the motion approved by the Payne County Home Finance Authority be restated. Moreland made the motion to table the reques from the Bank of Oklahoma for 30 days, Cook seconded the motion. Motion carried. Moreland, aye; Cook, aye, Mitchell, aye. Mitchell noted the request for transfer of bond ownership would be tabled until later in the day to give Mr. Murphy time to get further information. Meeting was recessed until i:00 P.M. The Payne County Board of Commissioners meeting was reconvened at 9:30 a.m. Mr. Don Rogers, Ripley, addressed the Board concerning gravel for his road and a tree in the roadway. Rogers stated the tree was cracking the road towards the river and felt it was a danger to persons traveling the road. Rogers noted that the county has placed tank bottom on the road but it was "leeching into the sand". Cook stated he will look at the roadway and tree and was not aware it was a problem. Mitchell introduced Jill Hough from Alternative Environments. Hough addressed the Bord about air filtering systems for the smoking room. Hough noted that the best system can't get rid of the smoke but can control St. Hough asked about the size of the room and could recommend the number of machines needed. The coat of the machine demonstrated was $189.00. Hough noted that she has units .at Stillwater National Bank, oklahoma Tax Commission and a local abstracters office. Moreland asked her how many units would It take to control a room the size of the Commission room. Hough stated that in a room 20 ftx 30 ft you would need 3-4 units. Each unit would cover 750-1000 cubic foot of smoke. Hough recolmRended running the unit seven days a week, 24 hours a day. Hough noted the filter system costs $30.00 each and would last 2-3 months depending on usage. Hough stated she would maintain system. Stewart presented the following cash appropriations: Restricted Highway, interest, $271.74 to 77-8000-2005 (20% monies); Highway cash, 2702.80 to 11-8000-2005 (T-2) $2429.95 and 11-8000-2005 FG $272.85; Visual Inspection, $9.75; D.A. Forfeiture Account, $4,010.00; D.A. Revolving Forfeiture, interest $12.64; Sheriff Board of prisoners, interest $62.59; Mortgage Certification Fee, interest $22.41; Fairboard, interest $3.44; Economic Development, interest $108.64; Sheriff Service Fee, $9682.40; County Clerk Mechanic Lien, $190.09; D.A. Grant Alcohol & Abuse Treatment, $8500.00; Sheriff Board of Prisoners, $1237.50; Treasurer's Mortgage Certlfcatlon, $1225.00; Self Insurance, $352.23; Economic Development, $550.00; Highway Cash, $153,326.69 to 11-8000-1110 $70,000.00 and 11-8000-2005 $83,326.69; Restricted Highway $I3,125.17 to 77-8000-2005 ( 20% monies); Prlntary Road $6205.80 to lB-IB-3910 (30% monies). Cook made the motion to approve the cash appropriations as read, Moreland seconded. Motion carried. Moreland, aye; Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye. Mitchell introduced DavJd Isenburg from Indoor Air Quality for a presentation on alr puriflers for  the smoking room. Isenburg recommended a filter in the return air system to clean the whole building. He discussed the use of several types of purifiers. Isenburg noted that the models 400 end 500 has refillable chargers, recommended a 3-6 onth change out depending on usage. Ieenburg stated that the filter media (charger) can be bought in bulk, eliminating the use of disposable filters. Isenberg stated he would run maintenance every 3-6 months depending usage and noted there was a three year warranty on machines. Stewart presented the following transfers: General Government, 01- 2000-2005 $26]Q.00 to Election Board personal servloes, 01-2200- 1i10 $2610,00; computer Department 01-2500-2005 $2760.00 to puter Capital outlay 01-2500-4'065 $2760.00. Motion was made by creland to approve the tranafezm as read, Cook seconded. Motion tried. Moreland, aye; Cook, aye, Mitchell, aye. Mitckell called a recess at 10:00 A.M. for bid opening. The Chairman reconvened the meeting at 10:10 A.M. Purchasing Agent Stewart presented the following bids: S i d # 9 4 - 0 9 A s p h del ivered 3/8 inch 1. Stewart Stone $9.00/ton P.O. Box 179 Pawnee, OK 74058 2. Bruce Sand & Stone $11.40/ton P.O. Box 1157 Drumright, OK 74030 3. Quapaw Company $ii.. 00/ton P.O. Box 609 Stillwater, OK 74076 a 1 t C h i p s 5/8 inch $9.00/ton $11.40/ton $11.00/ton Pick 8 Comolatlon $100 $25 o Session Pig After consideration Cook made the motion to accept low bid based on availability. Seconded by Moreland. Motlon carried. Moreland, aye; Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye. Bid #94-10 Printing of Brochures-Economlc Development $400 Progressive Black-out Starts in 55#'s Consolation $200 * A Number Added Each Week 1. Frontier Printers 205 W. 9th Stillwater, OK 2. Record Journal Press P.O. Box 26370 Oklahoma City, OK 3 Transcript Press P.O. Box 6440 Norman, OK Wed., Nov. partner 15,000 per 1,000 $268.88 20,000 per 1,000 $250.66 additional 1,000 $196.00 15,000 per 1,000 $453.41 20,000 per 1,000 $384.16 additional 1,000 $201.76 15,000 per 1,000 $255.23 20,000 per 1,000 $247.88 additional 1,000 $225.80 The bids were remanded to Carolyn Thompson, Payne County Economic Development for evaluation. Stewart presented P.O.1167 and warrant #121 from the Health department to be disallowed. Stewart stated the purchase order for Laurle Brown for travel expenses was in error. Some claims for lodging wPre not allowable by the Health department. Cook made the motion to dsallow P.O. 1167 and warrant 121 for $149.68. Moreland seconded the motion. Motion carried. Moreland, aye, Cook, aye; paper, 147.91; 1129, Overhead Door, repairs, 48.50; Mitchell, aye. Connecting Point, repairs, 66.95; 1266, Law Enforcement, .......... 288.00; 1340, AT&T, service, 2.97; 1348 Darrell Varnell, Stewart presented the following monthly reports: Treasurer, 11.81; 1359, Okla. Dept. of Public Safety, fees, 350 apportionment report; Psyne County Election Board, on hand $i,248.32.; Allocation of Alcoholic Beverage Tax; Stillwater, 4640.72; Cushing, 913.31; Yale, 176.14; Perkins, 243.58; Ripley, 47.58, Glencoe, 59.85; for a total of $6,081.18. Motion was made by Cook to approve the monthly reports and alcoholic bnverage report se presented, seconded by Moreland. Motion carried. Moreland, aye; Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye. Moreland presented the Payne County Five Year Road Plan Bridges as requested by ODOT. Moreland stated that three projects from both District 1 and District 3 were put on and llsted based on priority. The projects were llsted as follows: #I Structure-#60N3390E0650009 (3ton, Distrlct #3, ADT-400, InSpection #229, 1ocatlon SH 51 & Union Road, 3.9 miles S. on Union Road.  Structure'#60EO660N33900023Unt2  District #3, ADT-50, nspection #98, location SH-51 & Road,  miieS South , .2 miles East. #3 Structure-#60E3390E073008 3 ton, District #3, ADT-100, inspection #231, Location I mile South of Perkins on US 177, 4 miles east,.9 mile South. #4 Structure-#60E670N3450004 3 ton, District #1, ADT-125, Inspection #107, location SH-18 & Mehan Road, 4.5 miles West on county Road. #5 Structure-#60N3530E670003 5 ton, District #1, ADT-6000, inspection #266, location SH-33 & Northfolk Road, 3.6 miles North on Northfolk. #6 Structure-#60E0730N3510G09 3 ton, District #I, ADT 200,. inspection #161, locatioh East edge of Cushing on SH-33, 2 miles South, .1 mile East on county road. Motion was made by Moreland to accept the five year plan, seconded by Cook. Motion carried. Moreland, aye; Cook, aye, Mitchell, aye. Moreland stated a copy of the plan and a copy of the minutes showing Board approval needs to be sent to ODOT. Motion to approve display of banner on courthouse lawn for Fall Festival Arts & Crafts show to be held November 5-7 was made by Moreland, seconded by Cook, Motlon carried. Moreland, aye; Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye. Stewart noted a recommendation has been made by LWG to the Insurance Company for the damages to the Computer. The County has not received a loss claim from the Insurancmcompany. Motion to table, for lack of information, the insurance settlement for computer damages until October 29 meeting was made by Moreland. Motion seconded by Cook. Motion carried. Moreland, aye; Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye. Moreland made the'lotion to table Bid #9401 Aeltc:Oveay n.. Mehan Road project until the October 29 meeting. Motlon'seconded by Cook. Motion carried. Moreland, aye; Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye. Moreland noted he has inspected the work for the chip and seal projects by Woods and Sons. Motion was made by Moreland to accept the chip and seal projects and pay Woods and Sons. Motion seconded by Cook. Motion carried. Moreland, aye; Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye. The Chairman recessed the meeting until I:00 P.M. Chairman Mitchell called the meeting back to order at I:00 P.M. in Room 209 of the courthouse. Carolyn Thompson, Paynm County Economic Development, presented an evsluatlon on Bid #94-I0 Broohurea. Thompson rsoommended the bid from Transcript Press be accepted based on 20,000 units for a cost of $4,957.60; she noted that Frontier,s prices did not include color separation cost in their total. Motion was made by Moreland to accept Transcript Prams as low bid based on 20,000 units. Cook seconded. Motion carried. Moreland, aye; Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye. The Chairman recessed the meeting was recessed at 105 P.M. for" Payne County Home Finance Authority. Chairman called the commission meeting back to order at 1:15 The Chairman asked that the motion approved by the Payne Home Finance Authority be restated. Moreland made the motion to execute the documents from the County Home Finance Authority to transfer bonds. Cook Motion carried. Moreland, aye; Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye. The Board met with Mike Phillips from ODOT to review the prepared to regualify road mileage for Payne County. stated ODOT does ii counties each year and every 7 years update Payne County. Phillips stated ODOT will report back Board the final road county for Payne County. Moreland motion to accept the verification of new county roads a, with ODOT. Motion was seconded by Cook. Motion carried. carried. Moreland, aye; Cook, aye; Mitchell, aye. The following purchase orders were approved: F 92-93 GNE.RAL FUND: 3527, Legal Directories Publishing, directory, 101.06. 1256, Sprint, service, 7.88; 1257, AT&T, service, 28 53; McCaw Cellular Communication, service, 54.00; 1263, Bell, service, 570;56; 1288, Federal Express, letter, 15.50; Mite Copystar America, copies, 54.49; 1365, Mita Copystar lease, 281.50; 1367, AT&T, service, 353.14. SHERIFF: 198, Davis & Son, towels, 187.40; 310, Custom Alarm Systems, 55.00; 792, Grimsley's, supplies, 204.20; 807, Ace supplies, 32.59; 809, NAPA Auto Parts, supplies, 251.15; 810, Cleaners, service, 162.35; 811, Valet Car Wash, service, 8.00; Central Drug store, supplies, 339.25; 813, Warren Clinics, 41.00; 948, Krueger, repairs, 410.40; i010, Shldeler's Hot Ball up  $2500  Hot Ball ,oo+ $10,000 U-Pick.Era $1OO Added Each Session Until $10,OOO Is Reached This Wednesday: 17# for $6,600 18# for $2,000 - 19# for $1,500 20# for 1,000 - 21# or more Consolation of $200 All Minis Will Pay 100%-70% COMMISSIO 951, Baldwin Cooke, planner, 43.37. EXTENSION: 11 B&C Office Supply, memos, 5.00; 1087, Pitney Bowes, 213.00; 1402, Brett Morris, travel, 342.00; 1403, maintenance, 149.13; 1404, Duane McVey, travel, 263.52. CLERK.. 631, Dearinger Printing, warrants, 251.25; 978, Technology, toner, 89.95; 1118, Stillwater NewsPress, 158.30; 1178, Brownie's Repair Service, calculator, 166.50; Stillwater NewsPress, publication, 14.40; 1352, Time mileage, 64.00. REVALUATION: 814, Simon's Day & Night, serV 63.21; 815, GO Systems, service, 21.78. GENERAL OPERATIONS: Lee Co., glass, 766.43; 1314, AT&T, service, 391.61; 1366, service, 167.57; 1391, Eastman Kodak, maintenance, 403.04. 1373, Sam Harp, meetings, 100.00; 1374, Oliver Kinf meetings, 100.00; 1375,  EugeneBrennan, meetings, 100.O0. Q_6_I 1274, Jere Bilodeau, registrations, 3.00; 1275, V, Bowen, registrations, 5.25; 1276, Alice Boydstun, .75; 1277, Leslie Brown, registrations, .75; 1278, Robert q registrations, .75; 1279, Orene Dean, registrations, .75; 11 Liqueta Doll, registrations, .75; 1281, Ann Focht, registrat: .75; 1282, Debra Franklin, registrations, 9.00; 1283, Amie registrations, 1.50; 1284, Robert Hamilton, registrations, I. 1285, Jarred Marcum-Noftsger, registrations, 30.00; 1286, Moorman, registrations, 2.25; 1287, David Sasser, registrati 3.00. COMPUTER: 1338, Stillwater NewsPress, notice, 26 BWILDING ENGINEER: 797, Ace Hardware, supplies, 35.54; 798, C Clothes Rental, service, 46.20; 799, Harris Phillips 66 service, 9.10; 932, Hanes, Jones & Cadberry, kit, 17.40. CASH; 212, Oklahoma City Tractor, repairs, 559.37; 398, Stone, rock, 2519.52; 591, Stewart Stone, rock, 1977.60; Stewart Stone, rock, 4005.00; 685, Wood & Sons, chip & 198429.75; 782, Stewart Stone, rock, 1989.80; 833, Adams Co., supplies, 8.99; 834, American Welding Supply, suppl 268.42; 835, Cimarron Truck Parts, supplies, 641.91; 836, clothes Rental, service, 37.50; 837, Cushing Lumber Co., suppl 3.76; 838, Cushing Parts Plus, supplies, 156.33; 839, Equipment, supplies, 679.43; 840, Harris Apco, supplies, 183 841, Harris Oil, supplies, 464.30; 842, Hughes Lumber, su 27.96; 844, Mack Trucks, supplies, 56.90; 845, NAPA Auto upplles, 918.73; 846, Okla. City Tractor, supplies, 339.78; tandard Auto Parts, supplies, 339.18; 851, Tim's Tire supplies, 136.00; 852, Oven Thomas Ford, supplies, 21.54; | Vassar Super Stop Stores, supplies, 133.24; 854, Walmart, suppIJ 56.02; 855, Wright's wn & Garden, supplles, 34.67; 857, Cima Truck Parts, supplles, 248.13; 858, clean Clothes Rental, 390.25; 860, Farm & Home Supply, supplies, 97.37;861, Diesel & Tire Service, -supplieS, 225.00; 862, NAPA Auto supplles, 179.72; 863, O'Reilly Automotive, supplles, 75.05; Soonez Airgas, supplies, 71.95; 866, Walmart, supplles, 97.81; Harris Oil, diesel, 4282.50; 885, Kinder Dozer, rental, 2240 887, Quapaw, filler, 875.11; 888, Quapaw, chips, 7176.58; Frank's Diesel & Tire, seals, 155.90; 909, Kinder Dozer, 1800.00; 911, Cimarron Truck Parts, parts, 164.75; 912, Clmal Truck Parts, hub, 163.46; 913, Stewart Stone, rock, 1991.20;I Stewart Stone, rock, 3912.40; 953, Stewart Stone, rock, 1983 956, Harris oil, hydraulic oil, 327.25; 958, Okla. Industriesr signs, 84000; 959 apaw, rental, 5760.00; Kinder Doer, service, 575.00; YT'Kinder Dozer, sel "1800.00; 974, Continental CRete , service, 360.00; 992, SI Stone, rock, 1983.60, 993,*'bnk's Diesel, parts, 950.46; Kinder Dozer, service, 1800.00; 1007, Cimarron Truck Parts, pag 540.18; 1009, Inland Truck Parts, parts, 354.96; 1033, Coa Refining, mr800, 3201.21; 1036, Harris Oil, fuel, 176.10; 1 Kinder Dozer, service, 1800.00; 1053, Wood & Sons, chips, 8517 1069, Coastal Refining, MC800, 3426.33; 1070, Kinder service, 900.00; 1096, Continental Concrete, service, 405.00; Ii Okla. Clty Freightllne, filters, 160.54; 1102, Quapaw Asphalt chips, 1450.00; 1104, Frank's Diesel, parts, 224.75; 1111, oil, diesel, 4901.25; 1119, Sunbelt Equipment, iron, 608.58; 11 Railroad Yard, steel, 2983.39; 1125, Stillwater Newspress, not 23.90; 1128, Railroad Yard, pipe, 1124.80; 1158, TAW Tires, tif 231.16; 1172, Gibble Gas, diesel, 5143.96; 1254, Dolese, 900.90; 1259, Super Stop Auto Center, repairs, 40.00; Arkansas Louisiana Gas, gas, 68.76; 1310, Dart Equipment, 5000.00; 1311, City of Cushing, utility, 246.39; 1312, service, 1.88; AT&T, service, I06.85; I317, R.K. Machine, 626.21; 1333, Wood & Sons Paving, chips, 1100.00; Southwestern Bell, service, 46.84. Checkers was played In Egypt as early ss the second millennium B. C. CHICKEN PRIED STE/LK 004.29. Nov. 1-13 Lalu DEVELOPME@; 0817, Cowboy Copy Centre, September Blanket, 171. 081S, Fenton's Office Supply, September Blanket, 84.63; 081 stillwater Typewriter, September Blanket, 41.85; 1126, Newspress, Notice to Bidders, 23.35; 1176, Map Ink, BrochureS, 550.00; 1291, Carolyn Thompson, Travel Reimbursement, 124.80; 1360, Perkins Journal, Subscription, 15.00. SHERIFF BOARD oF PRISONERS, 0512, Weedeater repair. PAYNECOUNTY HEALTH 92-93FY, 4612, Bradley Plumblng, Toilet bowl repair, 70.30. PAYNE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT 93-94FY, 0561, Lincoln Plaza Room Reservations, 354.00; 0629, Colwell Systems, sheets, 49.85; 0823 Cushing Office Supply, September Blanket, 35.56; 0824, Fenton's Office Supply, September Elanket, 12.60 0825, Charles Frazier, September Blanket, 15.O0; 0828, Merrlf Office Supply, September Blanket, 29.67; 0829, Stillweter Mad Center, September Blanket, 42.00; 0B31, WalMart, September 11.66; 0926, ETR Associates, Booklets, 36.80; 1071, .... Off i?a-aupply, PEint Cartrldge;.204.4;.-124/RhO.nda+t h Rezmln:smnent; ..... 7Z;B1; ..... [95;'.-ROberta ..... y " Waggoner, Relmburaement, 26.88; 1296, Kelly Grlfflth, Travel 58.80; 1297, Betty Wright, Travel Reimbursement, 169.20; 1298, Yvonne Stites, Travel Reimbursement, 192.71; 1299, Larson, Travel Relmbursment, 71.51; 1300, Randy Bagby, Travel Reimbursement, 37.19; 1301, John Qulnn, Travel Relmbureement, 121.92; 1302, Payne County General Fund, Relmburem ounty 70.90; 1303, Nuralng 93, Nursing Magazine, 25.96; 1304, Merri officm Supply, Inv # 3593, 44.11; 1321, Deloris Fowler, Nuts 8ervicme, 535.04; 1322, Joyce E. Rupp, Travel Relmburamment 80. 1323, City of Cushing, MD Utilitlee, 288.78; 1324, Barbara Travel Reimbursement, 77.76; 1326, City of Stillwater, 1920.42; 1327, OK. Dept. of Human Servlcms, SWB Data 5.20; 1328, Laurie Brown, Travel Relmbursemmnt, 12118; 1 Sharron Breaker, Travel Reimbursement, 112.50; 1346, Bell Telephone, MD Telephone Billlng, 206.83; 356, Roberta Waggoner, Travel Relmbureement, 23.75; 1357, Lorl June Galthe Travel Reimbursment, 76.32; 1358, Roberts McWhirt Relmburement, 130.07; 1379, Long Distance Savers, Service, B42.70; 1380, Page Cooper, RN, Travel Reimbursement, 117.35; 1381, Cushing Raglonal Hospltal, Chest X-Ray, 30.00. SMERIFF BOARD OF PRISONER, 1088, Anaan Fire Safety, Ansul Suppression System, 900.00; 1382, Stillwater Cellular, MobilS Phone Service, 144.00. TREASURER NTG CERT TAX FEE, 1085, Quill corporation, Off0m 8upplea, 676.36; 1394, Bouthwaate !Bell Telephone, Phone mervicem, 39.88; 139S, Southwestern Talmphone, Phone services, 40.93. DA REVOLVING FORFEITURE 1319, Ok. Dept. Public Safety, Case # C-922-509, 619.$1. CLERK MECHANIC LIEN FEE, 1361, Stillwater Typewriter, IBM Wheelwriter 1000 Typewriter,.470.00. PAYNECOUNTY SELF 1393, Ruth Johnson, Reimbursement, 538.26. RESTRIcTED CASH,0277, Tony's Crude O11, Tank Bottoms. 1008.00; 0595, Co.,1 1/2" Crusher run, 1782.59; 0724, Stewart Stone, 1/2" 24S9.38. Notion to adjourn tha meeting was made by Cook, .=Moreand,.Moton carried. Moreland,..aye; COOk,.mye; ! .... County Clerk BY Core Stewart, Deputy FrL, Nov. 12 Senior Clten% Nlshff Ae BS & Over will Receive F.8y Pack for $12J! Undt Omo  INemt P54msl Age Limit: 14 years of age to enter Big Hall. We eccemdble. 10 HOMES to train factory SIDING and SAVE B! NO GBICKSl Better Homes Remodelers P.O. Box 701923, Tulsa, OK 74170 * Tulsa are.a 488-911 !