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THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, December 6, 2001 5B il , , Board of Commissioners met in a Regular meeting Monday, 5, 2001. Notice of the meeting was made by posting an agenda in with the Open Meeting Law. The following were present: Glona Chairman; Jim Arthur, Vice-Chairman; Bill Deenng, Member; Sherd County Clerk. ! the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. The meeting was opened Prayer and Flag Salute. r. Calvin Oyster, Fair Board Member, reported the Fair Board would be mak- application for an ODOT Transportation Grant in the amount of $300,000.00 ra Transportation Museum. The Museum will house Rick Kirk's Classic Car Model Rail Road Display, Oil field equipment and possible classic The Grant will be an 80/20 funding. ODOT will accept in kind ser- part of the 20% local funding. However, they have noted that some is needed as part of the 20%. Oyster requested the Commission to give participating toward the Grant with the cash portion in the amount $10,000.00. stated this is an opportunity to create an attraction at the Expo Center Payne County would benefit economically. Clerk suggested that due to the benefit to the County and the economic of the Transportation Museum, this could be funded through the Payne Economic Development Authority. the motion to refer the request to PCED for consideration. Deering Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carded. Chairman recognized Mr. Marvin Baler, Brawley Engineering. The Board the Five-Year Road and Bridge Plan. The following Bridge projects Bridge 208 60N 3320E0530004 Bridge 81 60E0630N3570005 Bridge 98 60E0660N3390002 Bridge 02 60E0685N3410003 Bridge 50 60E0600N3390006 no projects reported he visited with Jeff Seeliger, Dolese Concrete Co. on the Limit requirements. Seeliger stated his company has pulled off 12 jobs 1339COUNTY ASSESSOR'S ASSOC. OF O 130.00 SERVICES 1340WALMART COMMUNITY BRC 214.40 SUPPLIES 1341AT & T WIRELESS 30.42 SERVICES 1342CIMARRON VALLEY NEWS RECORD 509.46 PUBLICATIONS 1343HUNZlCKER BROTHERS, INC. 7021.30 SUPPLIES 1344B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS 199.95 SUPPLIES 1345STILLWATER NEWSPRESS 188.20 PUBLICATIONS 1346B & C BUSINESS PRODUCTS 35.98 SUPPLIES 1347STILLWATER TYPEWRITER CO.,INC 9.95 SERVICES 1348CITY OF STILLWATER 7287.93SERVICES 1349GREEN, JOHN I. AND MAURISE M. 800.00 RENT 1350AT & T 18.90 SERVICES 1351IONEX TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC 466.98 SERVICES 1352PAYNE CO. TREASURER 8.86 SERVICES 1353CGI 51.87 SERVICES 1354WALMART COMMUNITY BRC 297.81 SUPPLIES 1355PERKINS JOURNAL 28.00 SUBSCRIPTION 1356GARYS LAWN CARE 125.00 SERVICES 1357WESTERN MECHANICAL, INC. 390.00 SERVICES 1358THE LEE CO., INC. 2995.00 SUPPLIES 1359GARYS LAWN CARE 110.00 SERVICES 1360WOOD & SONS PAVING 1870.08 SERVICES 1361WOOD & SONS PAVING 16789.42 SERVICES 1362TIME STRIPING, INC. 996.07 SERVICES 1363ACTION SAFETY & SUPPLY 1793.64 SERVICES 1364ACTION SAFETY & SUPPLY 2355.64 SERVICES 1365ACTION SAFETY & SUPPLY 818.20SERVICES 1366ACTION SAFETY & SUPPLY 951.66SERVICES 1367WOOD & SONS PAVING 38957.95 SERVICES 1368BAILEY PAVING COMPANY, INC.16872.89 SERVICES 1369SWART, DANNY G. 44.85 REIMBURSEMENT 1370MATLOCK, JAMES L. 30.36 REIMBURSEMENT 1371LOCKE SUPPLY 5.30 SUPPLIES 1372ATWOOD'S FARM PLAN 69.94 SUPPLIES 1373PAGE PLUS, INC. 18.95 SERVICES 1374SOUTHERN OKLA. DEVELOPMENT 7499.00 SUPPLIES they can't access the property without running over weight on posted HIGHWAY CASH Seeliger stated he would support legislation to reinstate the permit sys- 636 SILVER STAR CONSTRUCTION, INC 500.00 RENTAL 637 SILVER STAR CONSTRUCTION, INC 375.00 RENTAL a request from Gids Scouts to plant bulbs in flower box in the 638 AQUA PLEASURES 44.44 SUPPLIES planter. Arthur made the motion to grant permission to the Girls Scouts 639 GREEN LAWN & GARDEN LLC 61.71 SUPPLIES r Yard beautification Project. Deedng seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; 640 WALMART COMMUNITY BRC 77.17 SUPPLIES aye. Motion carried. 641 QUAPAW CO., INC. 3787.75 HMHL made the motion to recess to Executive Session for purpose of dis- 642 AVERT PEST ELIMINATION, INC. 30.00 SERVICES I the Expo Center Sound System. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, 643 ALLEN LUMBER & GRAIN SALES 3561.75 SUPPLIES Deering, aye. Motion carried.. 644 SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE 113.87 SERVICES made the motion to Adjourn Executive Session. Deedng seconded. 645 RAILROAD YARD 2000.00 SUPPLIES aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carded. 646 VOICESTREAM WIRELESS 63.18 SERVICES made the motion to accept the proposal from Mr. Stnder, Architect of 647 POSTMASTER 34.00 POSTAGE the project including the Sound System, to fix the Sound System 648 CENTER FOR LOCAL 25.00 SERVICES and the County would recover any cost from the Contractor and to 649 BRUCKNERS TRUCK SALES, INC. 134.64 REPAIRS authorize the Assistant District Attorney to formalize the Agreement. 650 CITY OF CUSHING 225.57 SERVICES seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. 651 RELIANT ENERGY ARKLA 56.88 SERVICES Chairman noted that two names were been submitted for appointment to 652 S & W REALTY DEVELOPMENT, INC 7595.00 REPAIRS I~ Yale EMS Board, Roland Lozier and Terry Baker. Deering made the motion 653 EMPIRE FINANCIAL SERVlCES,INC 1036.82 LEASE appointments to allow an opportunity for the consideration of any 654 EMPIRE FINANCIAL SERVICES,INC 715.00 LEASE Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deenng, aye. 655 DARR EQUIPMENT CO. 6500.00 LEASE carried. 656 SILVER STAR CONSTRUCTION, INC 375.00 RENTAL Clerk presented Amendment for the Delta Dental Contract. The Clerk 657 WALMART COMMUNITY BRC 135.58 SUPPLIES this is volunteer dental plan for employees. The amendment is changing 658 STILLWATER MILLAGRICENTER 382.55 SUPPLIES bill coding, Effective November 1, 2001 and effective November 1, 2002, 659 BOSTIAN, MORINE A. 1000.00 SUPPLIES up to the whole dollar. Deering made the motion 660 KERNS READY-MIXED 148.75 SUPPLIES approve the Amendment with Delta Dental. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; 661 ROBERTS TRUCK CENTER, INC. 106.01 SUPPLIES aye; Deering, aye. Motion carded. 662 KERNS READY-MIXED 1297.50 SUPPLIES Clerk presented the Spectrum Radio Tower Contract. The Clerk noted the 663 K & O CONSTRUCTION 4905.00 SUPPLIES legal language has been changed. They have agreed to an annual Approved 09/04/01 to 09/04/01 ...FY 2000-2001 of $3600.00. The Board discussed the increase over last year. Deering GENERAL FUND he will be moving his equipment from the Tower to his own Tower Io- War# Issued To: Amount Reason Issued: in Cushing. Arthur stated he would like to visit with the Sheriff about 3825 PERKINS JOURNAL 283.45 PUBLICATIONS owned tower a't the Barn. The Contract was tabled for study. HIGHWAY CASH presented Resolution 2002-75: 2291 AQUA PLEASURES 47.75 SUPPLIES BOARD OF PRISONER'S Resolution # 2001-75 116 WARREN CLINIC, INC. 1031.00 SERVICES Yost Lake Road (5 Miles West from SIll08) 117 WARREN CLINIC, INC. 1354.00 SERVICES , SELF IHSURA (~E- ,~1~1 Fog Seal . .~, ............... , I~ . . ~ .. ~ , ~ .... 9 Z~)RN DANIEL Payne County passed a County Saies Tax with 53 pei=~Rmlt desig-~VIA GRANT "" "' to be uSed for capital improvements on county marls, and WHEREAS, County Distnct 1 has chosen as a priority project 5 miles of Yost Lake west from SH108, for fog sealing of the road surface, and this road is a major collector, bus mute, mail route, and has a high 664 VINCES REPAIR 69.30 REPAIRS NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Payne County autho- 665 VINCES REPAIR 100.10 REPAIRS estimated $10,000 of said sales tax funds for the project de- 666 VlNCES REPAIR 123.00 REPAIRS above. 'Presented and approved this 5th day of November 2001. 667 VINCES REPAIR 169.40 REPAIRS 668 VINCES REPAIR 147.50 REPAIRS 669 CITY OF STILLWATER 874.70 SERVICES 670 PRECISION BORING, INC. 7375.00 SERVICES 671 VINCES REPAIR 801.19 REPAIRS 672 VINCES REPAIR 92.40 REPAIRS made the motion to approve the Resolution. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Deenng, aye. Motion carded. Clerk presented the following pumhase order to be tabled from payment ; #2337; #2076. Arthur made the motion to table the PO as requested. aye; Hesser, aye; Deenng, aye. Motion carded. Clerk monthly reports: County Clerk, Collections, $41,567.00. motion to approve the nport. Deenng seconded. Arthur, aye; aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carded. Hall, Assessor pnsented Remote Access Contract with Chad Hoecker. made the motion tO approve the Contract. Arthur seconded. Motion i on the Quantum litigation for non-payment of penonal prop- tax for property located in Cushing, known as the Old Hudson Refinery. made the motion to authorize the Distdct Attorney to initiate an action behalf of the County TreaSurer and Board against NationsBank, NA regard- the convenion of the proceeds of a check for unpaid taxes made payable to order of Payne County FBO, Quantum Realty, Company, L.C. by Nations ,12AOS2001, Sac 3-420. Arthur seconded. Arthur, Hssser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carded. Board nvlewed Six Road and Bridge Supplies Specifications with Con Pumhasing Agent. purchass orders wen approved: )roved 11/05/01 to 11105/01 ...FY 2000-2001 1301 1302 1303 !304 Issued To: Amount Reason Issued: SILVER STAR CONSTRUCTION, INC 300.00 RENT SILVER STAR CONSTRUCTION, INC 500.00 RENT 11/05/01 to 11/05/01 ...FY 2001-2002 JND Issued To: Amount Reason Issued: WALMART COMMUNITY BRC 21.69 SUPPLIES AT & T WIRELESS 19.99 SERVICES FENTON OFFICE MART 24.95 SUPPLIES SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE 160.16 SERVICES SOUTHWESTERN BELLTELEPHONE 876.00 SERVICES 1306 AT & T WIRELESS 126.90 SERVICES ARCH WIRELESS 42.89 SERVICES 1308 H & H INVESTMENTS 900.00 RENT WEST GROUP 547.18 sUPPLIES 1310 NACK, DANIELA. 26.57 REIMBURSEMENT 1311 HUCKEBY, ROY K. 23.95 REIMBURSEMENT 1312 GREEN, CLYDE W. 39.43 REIMBURSEMENT 1313 HUCKEBY, ROY K. 23.91 REIMBURSEMENT WILLS, FREDERICKA. 5.43 REIMBURSEMENT 1315 ALLEN, NELSON S. 51.17 REIMBURSEMENT t316 U.S. FOOD SERVICE 4002.99 SUPPUES 1317 U.S. FOOD SERVICE 211.85 SUPPLIES 1318 SIRCHIE FINGER PRINT 82.50 SUPPLIES 1319 ROBINSoN TEXTILES, INC. 398.68 SUPPLIES 1320 OKLA. DEPT. OF PUBLIC SAFETY 350.00 SERVICES 1321SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE 60.79 SERVICES STILLWATER TYPEWRITER CO.,INC26.85 SERVICES ]323 AT &T 36.01 SERVICES 324LAKE MURRAY STATE LODGE 274.82 SERVICES 325OKLA. MUNICIPAL LEAGUE 170.00 SERVICES 326DEERING, BILL E. 182.83 REIMBURSEMENT HESSER, GLORIA A. 44.16 REIMBURSEMENT ANDERSON, NATHAN G. 473.69 REIMBURSEMENT WALMART COMMUNITY BRC 12.97 SUPPLIES 330MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLY38.94 SUPPLIES 331MIDWEST PRINTERS 37.72 SUPPUES MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLY120.00 SUPPLIES LANCE SPRUIELL BUSINESS FORMS 169.13 SUPPLIES :334 KELLPRO, INC. 2400.00 SERVICES 335MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLY 10.75 SUPPLIES FENTON OFFICE MART 43.20 SUPPLIES 337MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLY 847.58 SUPPLIES FENTON OFFICE MART 149.60 SUPPLIES 500,00 SERVICES 190 NEW FORUMS PRESS, INC. 65.00 SUPPLIES DRUG TASK FORCE 188 DEPARTMENT OF CENTRAL SERVICE 586,00 SERVICES 673EMPIRE FINANCIALSERVICES,INC 1430.00 LEASE 674HILL L.S., JIMMY W. 260.00SERVICES 675RAILROAD YARD 4225.28 SUPPLIES 676SEXTON SERVICE 75.00 SERVICES 677SEXTON SERVICE 288.00SERVICES 678SEXTON SERVICE 210.00SERVICES 679CINGULAR WIRELESS 136.12 SERVICES 680FENTON OFFICE MART 14.99SUPPLIES 681OKLA. CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES 410.00SUPPLIES 682WELCH STATE BANK 1350.05LEASE 683DARR EQUIPMENT CO. 9100.00 LEASE 684KOMATSU FINANCIAL 2165.70 LEASE 685HOME NATIONAL BANK 2935.05 LEASE 686WELCH STATE BANK 1268.51 LEASE HEALTH DEPARTMENT 136BILTMORE HOTEL OKLAHOMA 118.00 RESERVATIONS 137QUARTZ MOUNTAIN STATE LODGE 110.00 RESERVATIONS 138FLEMING, LORETTA 53.82 REIMBURSEMENT 139NORRIS, JANICE 92.35 REIMBURSEMENT 140STANFIELD, REBECCA 115.65 REIMBURSEMENT 141MCHENDRY, SHIRLEYA. 17.25 REIMBURSEMENT 142PRIGMORE, TRACY 120.83 REIMBURSEMENT 143A & M PEST SERVICES, INC. 75.00 SERVICES 144AQUA PLEASURES 35.00 SUPPLIES CITY OF STILLWATER 1483.49 SERVICES The Chairman adjoumed the meeting. Shern Schleffer County Clerk The Payne County Board of Commissioners met in a Regular meeting Monday, November 13, 2001. Notice of the meeting was made by posting an agenda tn accordance with the Open Meeting Law. The following wen present: Giona Hesser, Chairman; Jim Arthur, Vice-Chairman; Bill Deedng, Member;, Sherd Schieffer, County Clerk. The Chairman called the meeting to order at 9:00 a.m. The meeting was opened with Prayer and Flag Salute. The Chairman recognized Mr. James McDonald, Mendlan Construction. Mr. McDonald expressed concem with the continued negative statements ngard- ing the Expo Sound System. He felt the Board had not been informed of all the correspondence. He nquested the Board tour the facility with him to review the sound system. The Chairman stated she felt the Board had been advised of all cornsPon- dence. Deenng stated the Fair Board was unhappy with the sound system at the time of final payment; that is why they nquired an additional warranty from Meridian. The Board stated that it would sat a time to tour the facility with McDonald. ," Bonita Stadler, County Treasurer, nported on the sale of County owned prop- erty. The Auction as authodzed by the Board was held on November 8 for 3 Miscellaneous Tracts: Tract #1 - 20.94 Acres in the SW/4 of Section 33-18N-5E. Mr. Ronnie Ander- son submitted the high bid of $6600.00. Arthur made the motion to approve the sale of County owned property tO Mr. Ronnie Anderson and authorize the Tnasunr proceed with the necessary docu- ments. Deedng seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deenng, aye. Motion carded. Tract #2 - a tnct in the SW/4 33-18N-5E; Mr. Dale Carter, Mr. Wendell Clemons and Mr. Kevin Brown submitted the high bid of $4000.00. Arthur made the motion to approve the sale of County owned property to Mr. Dale Carter, Mr. Wendell Clemons and Mr. Kevin Brown and authorize the Trea- surer to proceed with necessary documents. Deedng seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deering, aye. Motion carried. Tract #3 - West Addition, all blocks 2-13 & vacated Maple St, Oak St; Puct~tt St and vacated alleys; less AT&SF RR; and South Addition, beginning at NW/c Lot 12. Mr. Guy Lozier and Manuel J. Martinez submitted the high bid in the arr~ount of $7200.00 The Chairman recognized Mr. Chades Hitt and. Mr. Wendell Clemons. Clemons and Hitt requested the Board n-bid the property, as then an other interested parties that will pay mort for the property. '*i Arthur noted the County had propedy advertised the auction of the property. Deering agreed the auction was faidy presented before the public. Arthur made the motion to accept the bid from Guy Lozier and Mr. Man~el J. Marttnez in the amount of $7200.00 for tract #3 and authonze the Treasurer to proceed with the necessary documents. Deedng seconded. Arthur, aye; He=~er, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carded. Stadler presented a bid on County Property from Dale Carter, Kevin BrowR and Wendell Clemons for 34 acres in the SW/4 15-17N-5E in the amount of $1,200. Stadler noted this is part of the old Hudson Refinery property. Arthur made the motion to proceed with the sale of the property by public auction in accord~mce with State Statutes. Deedng seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Dee'dog, aye. Motion carded. Mr. Clemons asked questions regarding the liability of the clean up of the sub- ject property. Rogers noted that property owners could be held liable, how~ever the County is exempt from any clean up. The Board tabled the revision of the Lease with Northern Equipment for addi- tional information. The Chairman called a recess at 9:55 a.m. The Chairman called the meeting back to order at 10:10 a.m. The following bids were presented: Jail Annex: 1. Alexander Construction 240 days $ 969,000.00 2. Cmssland Construction 270 days $ 999.000.00 3. Hedtage Construction 280 days $ 846,000.00 4. Lambert Construction 294 days $ 915,000.~30 5. Lippert Brothers 240 days $ 848,000.00 6. K.J. McNitt Construction 240 days $ 932,000:00 7. Meridian Construction 360 days $1,014,736,.'~0 8. M. L. Young Construction 300 days $ 931,000.00 The bids were nmanded to Mr. Bill Knowles, Amhitect, for evaluation. A report will be made on November 19". The Clerk presented the Spectrum Tower Lease. Arthur made the motion to approve the Lease in the amount of $3600.00 effective November 1, 2001 to June 30, 2002. Deedng seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deedng,;.'aye. Motion carried. Deedng made the motion to appoint Terry Baker to the Yale EMS 522 Bqard. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carried. The Clerk presented Summons CJ2001-784, Anita H. Stewart and A. G0h:lon Holley and Lee Ann Holley for vacation of easement in Meadow Park Addition. The Clerk reported the Board has no interest in the easement. Deedng made the motion to forward to the District Attomey for disposition. Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hessar, aye; Deadng, aye. Motion carded. The Clerk presented Resolution 2001-78 Agreeing and Consenting to the Termination of the Payne County Industrial Trust The undersigned, Board of County Commissioners, Payne County, State of Oklahoma and Beneficiary of the Payne County Industrial Trust !does i on this ___.__ day of _._____, 2001, approve the Agreement terminating the i Payne County Industnal Authonty, a public trust, executed by the Trustees of said Trust. Arthur made the motion to approve the Resolution to ntifying the action Of the PCIT to terminate the Payne County Industrial Trust. Deenng seconded. ! Arthur, aye; Hasser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carded. The Clerk presented Resolution 2001-79 RESOLUTION 2001-79 Acceptance of Payne County Industrial Trust Assets Whereas, Trustees of the Payne County Induabfal Authority accor. dance with the Trust, hm; aufhodzed the remaining assets In the amount of $4299.48 and any accrued Interest to date, to be distributed to the.Ben. eflclary, Payrm County, in c~rnpllance with Article IX, Sac 2, Trust Inden. ture of the Payne County Induatrlal Trust. Thenfon Be It Resolved that Payne County, as Beneficiary, hereby accepts the nmaining assets of the Payne County Industrial Trust; Be it Further Resolved, that the County Treasurer is authorized to make the necessary tnnsfer of said funds to the Payne County Genenl Fund. Done this 13th day of November, 2001 145 146 OKLA. DEPT. OF HUMAN SERVICES 35.20 SERVICES 147 POSTMASTER 250.00 SUPPLIES Deedng made the motion to approve the Resolution 2001-79. Arthur seconded. 148 OKLA. NATURAL GAS 70.44 SERVICES Arthur, aye; Hasser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carded. 149 CUNDIFF C.P.A., STEVEN F. 750.00 SERVICES The Clerk presented Close Out Documents for Rfty-One East Runl Water, 150 AT&TWlRELESS 559.01 SERVICES CDBG. The Clerk reported the final mo~itodng wouid be November15. Deedng 151 SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE 228.27 SERVICES made the motion to authorize the Chairman to sign the Close Out Documents 152 BMI SYSTEMS, INC. 1108.00 LEASE for Fifty-One East. Deedng seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deedng', aye. 153 IONEX TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC 427.40 SERVICES Motion carded. 154 PAYNE CO. GENERAL FUND 134.78 REIMBURSEMENT The Chairman presented Tulsa County Juvenile Detention Center Contract. ' 155 OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY 45.00 MAINTENANCE Arthur made the motion to approve. Deadng seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, 156 CLASSIC STORAGE 65.00 SERVICES aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carded. SHERIFF SERVICE FEE Deedng presented an Inter-local Agreement with the City of Cushing f~r the 34 PERKINS ROAD PET CLINIC 43.96 SERVICES cleaning of right-of-way. Deedng made the motion to approve as pnsented. MORTGAGE CERTIFICATION Arthur seconded. Arthur, aye; Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carded. 16 SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE 40.56 SERVICES Deedng presented Resolution 2001-76 17 PAYNE CO. GENERAL FUND 42.08 REIMBURSEMENT MECHANIC LIEN Reeolution # 200%76 1 FENTON OFFICE MART 297.56 SUPPLIES POSTING OF SPEED MMIT 25 MPH AND SHERIFF TRAINING CHILDREN AT PLAY SIGNS 40DV CRIME SCENE, iNC. 56.49 SUPPLIES AT YOST LAKE BRIDGE FAIRBoARD CASH 96 CITY OF STILLwATER 2762.55 SERVICES WHEREAS, Title 69 O.S. 1991 Sac. 601 vests jurisdiction over county roads SHERIFF COMMISSARY and highways in the county commission, and WHERF, AS, Title 47 O,S. 1991 9 PAYNE CO. GENERAL FUND 21.67 REIMBURSEMENT Sac. 14-113 specifies certain powen of the county commission with respect to SAFEROOM GRANT the regulation of traffic on local highways, 8nd 39 SNEED, THOMAS 2000.00 REBATE WHEREAS, then an pedestrians, Including children, crossing the bridge over DRUG TASK FORCE Yost Lake along Ycet Road, and WHEREAS, traffic runs perilously ~)se to the 30 OKIE MOTORS, INC. 209.13 SUPPLIES pedestdane at Ycet Lake which is currently posted at 45 MPH, NOW, THERE- 31 CINGULAR WIRELESS 286.32 SERVICES FORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Payne County Board of Commissioners will 32 A T & T WIRELESS 60.82 SERVICES post "Speed Limit 25 MPH" and "Children at Play" signs on the east and west 33 PAYNE CO. COMMISSION 50.77 REIMBURSEMENT s~des of Yost Lake bndge, 34 PAYNE CO. COMMISSION 61.00 REIMBURSEMENT AND, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Payne County Board of Commie- 35 DEPARTMENT OF CENTRAL SERVICE 720.00 INSURANCE sioners should send a copy of this resolution to the Oklahoma Department of 36 AT & T WIRELESS 117.46 SERVICES Public Safety and the Payne County Sheriff's Department so that said limits SOLID WASTE MANANGEMENT can be enforc~l. 21 VARNELL, DARRELL R. 4.50 REIMBURSEMENT 22 DAVIS SANITATION 300.00 SERVICES Deedng made the motion to approve the Resolution. Arthur seconded. Arthur, CLERK'S RM&P aye; Hesser, aye; Deedng, aye. Motion carded. 3 KELLPRO, INC. 8700.00 SERVICES