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B6. THE JOURNAL. Thursday, December 29, 2016 ;ifieds LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Legal notice published in The TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS Perkins Journal Dec. 20, 2016 GROUP, 740.65, PHONE SER- VICES; 1787, MYERS WILLIAM The Payne County Board of E, 10;92, TRAVEL; HIGHWAY County Commissioners met in a ~CASH: 643, QUAPAW CO., INC., regular meeting of the beard at 34158.02, ASPHALT REPAIR; 9.1X)a.m. onTuesday, November 644, CORPORATE BILLING 29th, 2016 at the Payne County LLC,. 402.64, PULLEY; 645, Administration Building, Gloria ASSOC. OFCOUNTY, 105.00, Hesser Commissioner Meeting REGISTRATION; 646, CITY OF Room 200, located in Stillwater, STILLWATER, 382.12, UTILI- Oklahoma. TIES; 647, OMES, 25000.00, Chairman Bradley called the TRUCK; 648, A PLUS AUTO- meeting to order: at 9:00 a.m. GLASS, 198.98, GLASS; 649, The following members were 2TALK LLC, 49.95, UTILITIES; present: Chairman- Kent Bradley, 650, FRANKS DIESEL, 1301.50, Distnct 3, Chris Reding, Commis- BRAKE REPAIRS; 651, FRANKS sioner District 2, Jessie Jones, DIESEL,2978.30, REPAIRS; 652, Deputy Commissioner District 1, HILTON GARDEN INN, 89.00, Cathy Chapman, Deputy County TRAVEL; HEALTH DEPART- Clerk, Lowell Barto, Assistant MENT: 172, OTIS ELEVATOR District Attorney. Invocation by COMPANY, 106.82, EQUIP- Chns Reding and Rag Salute to MENT MAINTENANCE; 173, our country by Dewey Clapp. UNIVERSITY CLEANING SER- Approve minutes of the previous VICES,687.45 NOVEMBER meeting of the beard: Minutes of BLANKET; 174, OKLA. STATE the November 21st meeting was STUDEN'I, 45.00, OCTOBER presented for approval. Motionby BLANKET; 175, CIMARRON Reding to approve the minutes of VALLEY ELECTRIC LLC, November21st, secondbyJones. 83.53,LIGHT REPAIRS; 176, Roll Call Vote: Bradley-Yes, Red- STUCKANNA, 50.00, OCTOBER ing-Yes, Jones-Abstain BLANKET; 177, BIRCH COMMU- Miscellaneous items from the NICATIONS, INC., 495.43, UTILI- audience: None Presented at TIES; i78,OKI_A.NATURALGAS, this time. 11&05, UTILITIES; 179, A T & T Discussion and Possible action MOBILITY, 967.93, UTILITIES; on Bid Openings 9:30 a.m.: None MORTGAGE CERTIFICATION presented at this time. TAX: 8, BEASLEYS TECHNOL- :Discussion,a~ Possible Action OGY, INC., 669.00, HEADSETS; on Evaluatio~i'N6ne presented MECHANIC LIEN FEE: 31, at this tim& FENTON OFFICE MART, 25.49, Discussion and Possible Action ENVELOPES; 32, LASER SOLU- on Reports from Officers and TIONS, 89.00, TONER; FAIR- Boards 1585, LI'I-I'LE SUN, VIRGINIAG., ,1690, FOSTERI JEREMIAH D., CARL, 1298.89, Payroll; 607, 2604.75, Payroll; 1586, MCKO- 3153.45, Payroll; 1691, GRUEN- NELSON, CASEY, 717.53, Pay- SATO, CHRISTOPHER J., WALD, DAVIDM.,~.99,PayrolI; roll; 608, PETERSEN, MICHAEL 3124.06, Payroll 1587, MILLER, 1692; GUTIERREZ BOGER, S., 2345.32, Payroll; 609, ROB- BRANDON A., 2582.19, Payroll;; ROBERT A, 1909':i9, Payroll; JESSE S, 1259.47, Payroll; 612, 1590, MYERS, NICHOLAS E., 1695, HUDSON, MATTHEW T, SHREEVES, CHRISTOPHER, 2720.52, Payroll; 1591, MYERS, 2393.20, Payroll;1696, HUTCHI- 1865.98, Payroll; 613, WILLIAM E., 3073.83, Payroll; SON, GINA R, 2455.56, Payroll; SHREEVES, DAVID E, 2351.62, 1592, NACK, DANIELA., 2965.86, 1697, INGHAM, BRANDON M., Payroll; 614, TAYLOR, JIMMY L., PayrolI;1593,NIXON, CHRISTO- 2622.02, Payroll; 1699, KNOX, 2139.60, Payroll;615, BLASIER, PHER L., 3114.35, Payroll; 1594, ALONDRA J., 2516.84, Payroll; ROCKYL, 3110.68, Payroll; 616, NIXON, STACEY D., 2644.76, 1700, LANE, ROBERT, 3155.96, BUNTIN, JOHNA., 2427.92, Pay- Payroll; 1595, ROSE, DAVID W, PayrolI;1701,LOMBOY, DONATO roll; 617, CLARY, NATHAN D., 3080.01, Payroll; 1596, RUARK, G.L., 2909.98, Payroll; 1702, 2427.80, Payroll;618, CORNELL MARY, 2155.39, Payroll; 1597, LONG, LANET, 2353.24, Payroll; JR, DOUGLASALBERT, 2042.49, RUSSELL, GREGGORY R., 1703, LONGANPIERCE, TINAR., PayrolI;619,CRAMER, KEVINR., 2500.27, Payroll; 1598, 2391.64, Payroll; 1704, LUCAS, 2825.74, Payroll; 620, DRY, SCHRIMSHAW, KAYLA, 2318.48, FREDRICK M, 2602.53, Payroll; LARRY G., 2151.22, Payroll; 621, Payroll; 1599, SECREST, JACOB 1705, MASON, ROY E., 1967.55, GREEN, GARY, 2335.70, Payroll; ALLEN, 2742.86, Payroll; 1600, Payroll; 1706, MASTIN, JOSHUA 622,JONES, JOHNIE L, 2488.39, SEXTON, GLENDAK.,2440.60, G, 852.67, Payroll; 1707, Payroll; 1601, SPIVEY, DAVID, MORROW, MICHAEL C., 2576.47, Payroll; 1602, TILLMAN, 2583.42, Payroll; 1708, NOYES, BOBBY G., 2544.42, Payroll; MARVIN, 2578.02, Payroll; 1709, 1603, WESTBROOK, CORY B., OSBORN, TONY L., 2773.58, 3102.41, Payroll; 1604, PayroII;1710,PEUGH, CHRISTO- WHEELER, ZACHARY W, PHER R, 2450.93, Payroll; 1711, 2534.40, Payroll; 1605, WHETS- ROSE, RICKY R, 1586.58, Pay- TINE, MORGAN, 1574.61, Pay- roll; 1712, ROSS, DALTON S, roll; 1606, WOODWARD, KEVlN 2179.05, Payroll; 1713, ROSS, D., 3176.33, Payroll; 1607, RODNEY,2456.58,PayrolI;1714, YOUNG, JOEL M., 2461.06, Pay- SEWELL, DAVID L, 2169.42, roll; 1608, ZANFARDINO, DARYN, Payroll; 1715, SHIPLE'r-F, PHILLIP 2116.32, Payroll; 1609, HUGHES, L, 2702.57, Payroll; 1716, SMITH, DENNIS R., 996.50, PayrolI;1610, JAMES RAY, 2828.99, Payroll; GREEN, DEANNA L., 2196.79, 1717, STROUD, THOMAS, Payroll; 1611, KISLER, MARTHA 2122.24, Payroll; 1718, SUTTON, A., 1210.50, Payroll; 1612, MAN- SHANE, 2434.30, Payroll; 1719, NING, CARLAJ., 3.380.14, Payroll; WINTERS, ALICE E, 2289.29, 1613, MANNING, CARLA J., Payroll; 1720, WOODS, KEN- BOARD CASH: 132, MUSTANG 348.15, Payroll; 1614, BOWEN, NETH B., 2681.90, Payroll; 1721, Contract with Guy Engineedng FUEL MARKETING CO, 86.11, LENELL K, 2418.94, Payroll; WOOTEN, CHRISTOPHER D., Coyle Rd Rehabilitatlon-District UTILITIES; 133, OKLA. NATU- 1615, BRADLEY, KENT, 4101.44, 2246.46, Payroll; 1722, HOLLEY- 3: Bradley presented the con- RAL GAS, 123.79, UTILITIES; Payroll; 1616, CAVETT, ZACH- MAN, GREGORY D, 2704.69, tract with Guy Engineering for 134, TOUCHTONE, 4.84,ANY H., 3915.02, Payroll; 1617, Payroll; 1723, HELEY, DONNAK, the project on 9 miles of Coyle LONG DISTANCE; 135, VISIT REDING, CHRISTOPHER, 796.75, Payroll; 1724, WELCH, Road from Highway 33 to north of STILLWATER, 775.00, WEB-4062.16, Payroll; 1618, BRAD- JOSEPH, 334.03, Payroll; 1725, Highway51 foratotal estimated SITES SERVICES; 136, CITY LEY, KENT, 554.10, PayrolI;1619, CHOPLIN, TROY W., 2217.15, cost of $39,880.00. Jones stated OF STILLWATER, 151.49,UTIL- REDING, CHRIS, 554.10, Payroll; Payroll; 1726, KUHN, JEFFREY Cavett had requested to tablethis filES; 137, CITY OF STILLWA- 1620, BURNSED JR, BENNIEA., 2408.09, Payroll; 1727, item until the next meeting. Board TEN, 3765,23, UTIUTIES; JAIL WAYNE, 2206.73, Payroll; 1621, CASTOE, CLINTON, 2209.41, discussed the issue with weight OPERATION & MAINTENANCE:CHAPMAN, CATHY J., 2638.03, Payroll; 1728, SHIRLEY, AUSTIN, limits on roads. Ryan Bollatti of 166, CITY OF STILLWATER,Payroll; 1622, CRAIG, GLENNA 1854.92,PayrolI;1729,VARNELL, Guy Engineedng eaid this project 13364.91, UTILITIES;167, OKLA. J., 3664.88, Payroll; 1623, DARRELL R., 2289.98, Payroll; would be Iooki[~j to increase the NATURAL GAS, 235.58,TRANS- ECHALK, LESLIE E., 2525.18, 1730, ROBINSON, JOHN J., lifeoftheroadbyprovidingdesign PORTATION CHARGE; 168, PayrolI;1624, GRAHAM, NANCY, 2075.63, Payroll; 1731, AMERI- options and not to establish the GRIMSLEYS, INC., 266.20, SUP- 2026.07, Payroll; 1625, HICK- CAN FIDELITY ASSURANCE weight limit. Motion by Bradley PLIES; 169, NOYES, MARVIN, MAN, DONNA M., 2691.98, Pay- COMPANY, 3870.38, Payroll; to approve the contract with Guy 30.00, TRAVEL;170, THYSSEN- roll; 1626, MATHIS, TAMMYA, 1733, COLONIAL LIFE &ACCI- Engineenng, second by Reding. KRUPP ELEVATOR, 1123.90,2216.32, Payroll; 1627, DENT, 1259.01, Payroll; 1734, RollCallVote: Reding-Yes, Jones- REPAIRS; !7!, WATCHDOG MCCOMBS, KYLA, 2004.41, COMMUNITY CARE HMO INC, Payroll; 623, LEWIS III, FRED C, 2223.16, Payroll; 624, MARKUM, RHONDA L., 2381.73, Payroll; 625, MATHESON, AARON, 483.15, Payroll; 626, MILLER, SCO'I-F R., 2317.77, Payroll; 627, WEAVER,DAVID L, 1955.43, Payroll; 628, WEAVER, TRAVIS, 2582.64, Payroll; 629, WILSON, DANNY K., 1682.71, Payroll; 630, WlNBURN, LARRYD., 2396.98, Payroll; 631, AMERICAN FIDEL- ITY ASSURANCE COMPANY, 477.11, Payroll; 632, BANCFIRST, 19173.00, Payroll; 633,COLO- NIAL LIFE & ACCIDENT, 218.46, Payroll; 634, COMMUNITY CARE HMO INC, 1410.85, Payroll; 635, DELTA DENTAL OF OKLA- HOMA,650.68, Payroll; 633, FLEX ACCOUNT ADMINISTRATION, 191.66, Payroll; 637, LEGALSHIELD, 47.85, Pay- ro11;638, O.P.E.R.S., 3912o49,Pay- roll; 639, OKLA. TAX COMMIS- SION, 3241.00, Payroll; 640, PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY, 352.58, Payroll; 641, SECURITYBENEFIT GROUP, 130.00, Payroll; 642, VISION SERVICE PLAN OF OKLA., 197.25, Payroll; RESALE PROP- ERTY: 120, CORBIN, YVONNE, 2037.57, Payroll; 121, DARTY, MICHAEL W., 2579.68, Payroll; 122, JARDOT, GLENDA L., 2745.77, Payroll; 123, MATHE- SON, LINDA L, 2585.75, Payroll; 124, SCOTT, MELISSA A., 2234.72, Payroll; 125, AMERICAN FIDELITY ASSURANCE COM- LEGAL NOTICE Yes, Bradley-Yes. AUTOMATION SYSTEMS LLC, Payroll; 1628, RAINS, TRACEY, 112532.34, Payroll; 1735, DELTA PANY, 92.00, Payroll; 126, BANC- Contract with Brown Engineering 465.03, DOOR;SOLID WASTE: 2186.19, Payroll; 1629, WA]-r, DENTAL OF OKLAHOMA, FIRST, 4344.20, Payroll; 127, Sewer Line Expo Center Area: 40, CITY OF STILLWATER, MARY, 2387.04, Payroll; 1630, 5117.68, Payroll; 1736, FLEX COLONIAL LIFE & ACCIDENT, Bradley stated this contract is : 37.06, UTILITY BILL; CRAIG, GLENNA J., 349.40, ACCOUNT ADMINISTRATION, 57.97, Payroll; 128, COMMUNITY what was previously approved in COURTHOUSE SECURITY: Payroll; 1631, ALLEN, LORI A., 3697.79, Payroll; 1737, HARDE- CARE HMO INC, 3067.86, Pay- Budget Board regarding putting 4, WATCHDOG AUTOMA- 3384.55, Payroll; 1632, BOYER, MAN, JOHN, 961.00, Payroll; roll; 129, DELTA DENTAL OF in a new sewer line which would TION SYSTEMS LLC, 7800.00, JAMIEL, 2381.17, PayrolI;1633, 1738, LEGALSHIELD, 30.90, OKLAHOMA, 164.32, Payroll; FLESHMAN, ZACHARY K., 2054.04, Payroll; 823, HINKLE, RANDI J., 1939.46, Payroll; 824, SHENOLD, DEE DEEA., 2346.10, Payroll; 825, WEST, TONI S., 2210.69, Payroll; 826, WlLLE, JOSEPH R., 2102.84, Payroll; 827, AMERICAN FIDELITY ASSURANCE COMPANY, 120.40, Payroll; 828, BANCFIRST, 6835.70, Payroll; 829, COLONIAL LIFE &ACCIDENT, 49.00, Payroll; 830, COMMUNITY CARE HMO INC, 5813.16, Payroll; 831. DELTA DENTAL OF OKLAHOMA, 219.16, Payroll; 832, O.PER.S., 5919.69, Payroll; 833, OKLA. CENTRALIZED SUPPORT, 227.97, Payroll; 834, OKLA. TAX COMMISSION, 851.001 Payroll; 835, PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY, 17287, Pay- roll; 836, VISION SERVICE PLAN OF OKLA., 70.78, Payroll; Motion by Reding to approve Purchase Orders upon signature, second by Jones. Roll Call Vote: Bradley-Yes, Reding-Yes, Jones- Yes. Monthly Reports of Office,'s: None presented at this time Board took a brief recess, Board reconvened the meeting. Discussion and Possible Actiorl on Telephone and Utility Permits: None presented at this time. Road Crossing: None pr~ .;ented at this time. Public Announcements from the Board (no action will be taken: Reding stated he hoped every- one had a good Thanksgiving and wished to thank his wife and children for decorating the meeting room for Christmas, New Business- None presented at this time. Adjournment: Motion by Reding to adjourn, second by Jones. Roll Call Vote: Jones-Yes, Reding-Yes, Bradley-Yes. Legal noti~ e publishe J in The Perkins Journal Dec. 29, 2016 The Payne Coumy Board of County Commissioners met in a Special meeting of the boa,d at 7:00 p.rn. on Monday, Aug. 29, 2016 in conjunction with the Payne County Sales Tax Oversight/ Advisory Committee at the Payne County Administration Building, Gloda Hesser Commissioner Meet- ing Room 200, located in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Chairman Bradley called the benefit the Expo Center, Sher- BLOCKOFTIME;67-!/6THFIRE EDMONDSON, BRENDA K., Payroll; 1739, LOVE BEAL & 130, FLEXACCOUNTADMINIS- meeting to order: at 7:00 p.m. iff's new facility, District 3 shop, DEPAR'I~NTS-4~,METRO: 2092.82, PayrolI;1634, HOWARD, ; NIXON, P.C.~ 250:00, Payroll; TRATION, 41.66, Payroll; 131, The following members were Environmental Enforcement and EMERGENCY UPFITTERS STEPHANIED.,2181.10, Payroll; 1740, NEBRASKA CHILD SUP- O.P.E.R.S.,3353.22, Payroll; 132, present: Chairman- Kent Bradley, MPower. The contract services LLC, 10689.00, OUTFII-rlNG 1635,HUFF, JUDITH R., 2212.45, PORT PAYMENT CENTER, OKLA. TAX COMMISSION, Distdct3, Chns Reding, Comrnis- are $39,030.03. Mofion by Brad- VEHICLE;45, MESDEPOSITO-Payroll; 1636, MCBRIDE, PATTI 275.00, Payroll;1741, O.P.E.R.S., 629.00, Payroll; 133, PRUDEN- sionerDistdct2, ZachCavett, Dis- ley to approve the contract with RYACCOUNT, 807.59, CAMERA; ANN, 1887.89, Payroll; 1637, 118488.22, Payroll; 1742, OKLA. TIAL INSURANCE COMPANY,tdctl,GlennaCraig, County Clerk, Brown Engineenngfor the sewer 45, NORTHERN SAFETY CO.,MYERS, CASSIE J., 2142.27, CENTRALIZED SUPPORT, 219.03, Payroll; 134, SECURITY Lowell Barto, Assistant District line, second by Jones, Roll,all INC., 1365.03, H2S MONITOR; Payroll; 1638, PERRY, ELIZA- 493.63, Payroll; 1743, OKLA. BENEFITGROUP,55.00, Payroll; Vote: Jones,Yes Br~'~es. 47, MAVERIC MINI MART, BETH, 1962.83, Payroll; 1639, CENTRALIZED SUPPORT, 135, VlSIOn SERVICE PLAN OF Reding-Ye& ' , i: ,,., ~'~ 20.05,SEPTEMBER BLANKET; PROUGH, JEAN L, 1817.47, 685.42, Payroll; 1744, OKLA. OKLA., 45.54, Payroll;SHERIFF RequestforTraffic.~~: 48, ICOM AMERICA, 10354.41, Payroll; 1640, SAHS, TERI M., CENTRALIZED SUPPORT, SERVICE FEE: 111, CARTER, None presented atthis~time. PAGING SYSTEM; 78-3/8TH 2634.68, Payroll; 1641, VIEYRA, 356.52, Payroll; 1745, OKLA. JOSHUA, 2233.87, Payroll; 112, Ingress and Egress Agreement: SALES TAX: 837, VERIZON KRISTIN MICHELLE, 2322.25, CENTRALIZED SUPPORT, MCALISTER, ROBERT G., None preeanted at this time. : WIRELESS, 80.02, WIRELESS Payroll; 1642, ALLEN, LORI A., 475.58, Payroll; 1746, OKLA. 2772.66, Payroll; 113, STALEY, Removal of Equipment items SERVICE FOR IPADS; 638, B369.40, Payroll; 1643, BOOTH, CENTRALIZED SUPPORT, JOE H,2795.23, Payroll; 114, from Inventory: None presented &C BUSINESS PRODUCTS, HEATHER DAWN, 2123.53, Pay- 429.54, Payroll; 1747, OKLA. AMERICAN FIDELITY ASSUR- at this time. INC.,48&32, SUPPLIES; roll; 1644, COWAN, JAMES C., CENTRALIZED SUPPORT REG-ANCE COMPANY, 42.80, PayrolI; Appointment of Requisitioning Blanket: December blan- 3761.10, Payroll; 1645, LOGAN, ISTRY, 347.91, Payroll; 1749, 115, BANCFIRST, 1949.61, Pay- and Receiving Officers: None kets were presented totaling REGENASUE, 2200.55, Payroll; PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE roll; 116, COMMUNITYCARE presented at this time. $202,442.45. 1646, RAGSDALE, CATHY A., COMPANY, 3075.40, Payroll; HMO INC, 1785.93, Payroll; 117, Discussion and Possible Action Tabled: None preseoted at this 2272.09,PaymU;1647,ROBBINS, 1750, SECURITY BENEFIT DELTADENTALOFOKLAHOMA, onFinancials ,time. ..~,, :;; . CAROL S., 2415.64, Payroll; GROUP, 240.03, Payroll; 1751, 82.20, Payroll; 118, FLEX Cash Appropriationsi None ; 'Disaliow~:ii~loue~ at 1648, ROSS, CRYSTAL D., UNITED STATES TREASURY,ACCOUNT ADMINISTRATION, presented at this time. thistime. . .,~ 230335; Payroll; 1649, RUSH, 110.00, Payroll; 1752, US 25.00,Payroll; 119, O.P.E.R.S., TransferofApl~. priations:None , Payrdll/Longevity: November ANITAS., 2574.05, Payroll; 1650, DEPARTMENTOFEDUCATION, 1940.21, Payroll; 120, OKLA. TAX presented atthi~time. Payroll/Longevity was ~nted SCHULTZ, TANYA R., 85.76,. 238.35, Payroll; 1753, VISION COMMISSION, 194.00, Payroll; Purchase Orders: New: The intheamountof$733~50.03.2016- Payroll; 1651, COWAN, JAMES SERVICE PLAN OF OKLA., 121, PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE following Purchase Orders were 2017COUNTYGENERAL:1548,C., 461.75, Payroll; 1652, CLY- presented; FY 2015-16 $406.35 COMMUNITY CARE HMO INC,BURN, ADAM, 2286.60, Payroll; FY 2016-2017 $147,362.05; 599.20, Payroll; 1549, BANC- 1653, COYNER, TINA M., 2015-2016 COUNTY GENERAL: FIRST, 164.51, Payroll; 1550, 2341.99, Payroll; 1654, FERGU- 5270, STILLWATER SCREEN- O.P.E.R.S.,354.76, Payroll; 1551, SON, DUANE A., 2644.20, Pay- PRINTING, 406.35, STATION BARNES, DAVID DAWSON, roll; 1655, GOMEZ, JASON S., SHIRTS; 2016"-2017 COUNTY 222.12, Payroll; 1552, BAR- 2829.86, PayrolI;1656, HUGHES, GENERAL: 1760, B & L HEAT- ROWS, CHRISTOPHER B., WANDA S., 2218.08, Payroll; ING & AIR, 140.00, OCTOBER 378.50, Payroll; 15.53, BURTON, 1657, JOHNSON, CURTISRYAN, BLANKET; 1761, B & LHEATING JIMMYD., 1554.40, Payroll; 1554, 2280.20, Payroll; 1658, KEN- &AIR, 1144.88, REPAIRS; 1762, CARRUBA, KOREY, 222.12,NEDY,CODYP.,2514.48,PayrolI; IMPRIMATUR PRESS, 421.50, ~ Payroll; 1555, JARDOT, GLENDA 1659, LOCKWOOD, ANGELA D., BOOKS;1763, B&LHEATING& L., 1918.57, Payroll; 1556, 2541.82, Payroll; 1660, RED- AIR, 70.00, OCTOBER BLANKE'I~ JONES, FRANK E., 511.35, Pay- DING, RUDY, 2131.20, Payroll; 1764, CITY OF STILLWATER, roll; 1557, KNOX, ALONDRA J., 1661, THORNTON, RICHARD, 23.76, NOVEMBER BLANKET; 491.35, Payroll; 1558, MILLER, 2341.93, Payroll; 1682, MCKEE, 1765, CI'W OF STILLWATER, JONATHAN, G., 378.50, Payroll; JENNIFER, 707.40, Payroll; 1663, 5647.65, NOVEMBER BLANKET; 1559, MURLEY, DAKOTA RAY' HOWELL, KATHRYN, 659.69, 1766, CITY OF STILLWATER, 215.87, Payroll; 1560, NIXON, PayrolI;1664,SASSER, WILLIAM 5713.54, NOVEMBER BLANKEI, CHRISTOPHER L., 1485.77, DAVID, 46.17, Payroll; 1665, 1767, FEDERALSURPLUS, Payroll; 1561, ROSE, RICKY R., WEDEL, RANDY, 48.17, Payroll; 687.50 I~iRS~AiD KITS 1768 55&20, ~ Payroll; 1562, BANC- 1666, BRYANT, VALERIE J., REDING CHRIS, 65.91, TRAVEL; FIRST, 2118.14, Payroll; 1563, 2258.98, PaymlI;1667, DAWSON, 1769, CITY OF 8TILLWATER ,i O.P.E.R;S., 1956.00, Payroll; ALYSON L., 2508.86, Payroll; 64.38,MONTHSERVICES;1770, 1564, OKLA. TAX COMMISSION, 1668, KLEIN, DONDEE A., OSU AGEE~ i~ 75t00, CLASS; :. 133.00, PaYroll; 1565, ANDER- 2304.86, Payroll; 1669,ARNOLD, 1771, STC@NESS WORLD,'~ S~N, RHONDA E, 2352.56, SHIRLEY, 96.97, Payroll; 1670, 97.00, CON~',R~.CTBASERATE; Payroll; 1566, BARNES, DAVID 1772, FEEI~Er~AL SURPLUS, DAWSON, 2760.74, Payroll;1567, 687.50, FIRST AID KITS; 1773, BENAVIDEZ, PATRICIA A., OKLA. NATUP~ E;GAS, 154.04, 2104.78, Payroll; 1568, BROWN, NOVEMBER"BLANKET; 1774, ROCKFORD M., 2907.31, Payroll; RANDY~ RENNOVATIONS LLC, 1569, DEAN, SHANE M, 2098.90, 3823.03, I_~& MATERIALS; Payroll; 1570, DISEL GEORGE 1775, S H~.I~,~,WAY SHRED- E., 2908.85, Payroll; 1571, DING, INC., ~.70, SHRED- EDWARDS, DONALD T., 2547.35, DING SERVICES; 1776, CITY PayrolI;1572, FARLEY, LINDAG., OF STILLV~AT~289.08, UTIL- 3286,45; Payroll; 1573, FOX, ITIES; I:?~".~'~SC-DEPART-~ PAULA., 2736.09, Payroll; 1574, MENT OF P, EDIATRICS, 10.00, ii HARPER, JOE E., 2694.86, Pay- CLASS; 1778,~MEDCO, 113.85,I roll; 1575, HAUF, RAYMOND B., DECALS;1779,B&CBUSINESS 3401.14, Payroll; 1576, PRODUCTS, INC., 72.98, SUP- ~ HAUSINGER, CHELSEA A., PLIES; 1780, OSU AGEC CTP,. 2386.56, ,~; 1577, HEN- 75.00, CLASS;,.;1781, BEASLEYS ; NINGE~-~H A., 3017.57, TECHNOLOGY, INC., 60.00, Payroll~ 1578, HENNINGER, DVI CABLE; 1782, BEASLEYS JUSTIN K., 2661.71, Payroll; TECHNOLOGY' INC., 3500.00,~ !~]f~NES, KE.ZIA, 2364.14, SYNOLOGY RACKsTATION; :;" P~ 1580, HOPPER, SCOTI'Y 1783, BEASLEYSTECHNOL- R.~,;2734.91, Payroll; 1581, OGY, INC, 1~.00~ HEAD SET JONES, FRANK E., 2255.23, SYSTEM; 17~4, IMPRIMATUR Ra~ :!582, KIT CHEL, LARRY PRESS 110&S0iOKLAHOMA E.~;/2762.59, Payr'oll; 1583, CRIMINAL LAW; 1785, B & C KRAMER, JEFFERYA, 1691.43, BUSINESS PRODUCTS, INC., Payroll; 1584, LAWSON, 800.00, FURNITURE; !786, VIP BERTHOLF, DENNIS, 96.97, Payroll; 1671, CAZELLE, TONY, 355.55, Payroll; 1672, DAY, ANDREW, 46.17, Payroll; 1673, KLEIN, JODI, 627.98, Payroll; 1674, TANKERSLEY, PHILIP, 46.17, Payroll; 1675, TESKE, 1279.80, Payroll; 1754, BANC- FIRST, 138798.67, Payroll; 1755, OKLA. TAX COMMISSION, 16844.00, Payroll; 1755, JONES, BOOMER JAY, 2395.60, Payroll; 1757, BANCFIRST, 748.98, Pay- roll; 1758, O.P.E.R.S., 563.81, Payroll; 1759, OKLA. TAX COM- MISSION, 72.00, Payroll; HIGH- WAY CASH: 573, BALES, SHAWNA N, 98.65, Payroll; 574, BROCKAMP, JOEL G., 155.48, Payroll; 575, BURTON, JIMMY D., 133.27, Payroll; 576, CARPEN- TER, RICHARDA., 88.65, Payroll; 577, DAVIS, MATTHEWA., 68.85, Payroll; 578, EVELSIZER, RALPH D., 133.27, Payroll; 579, FOWLER, BERT L., 133.27, Payroll; 580, GIPSON, WILLIAM B., 133.27, Payroll; 581, HAMMOCK, GARY W., 155A8, Payroll; 582, JONES, JESSIE R., 98.85, Payroll; 583, MILLER, JONATHAN G., 88.85, Payroll; 584, PETERSEN, MICHAEL S., 133.27, Payroll; 585, ROBERTS, JASON R.,133.27, Payroll; 586, ROBINSON, MIKE K., 88.85, Payroll; 587, SHREEVES, CHRISTOPHER, 88.85, Payroll; 588, SHREEVES, DAVID E, 88,85, Payroll; 589, TAYLOR, ~IiMMY L., 98.65, Pay- roll; 590, BANCFIRST, 164.51, SHIRLEY, 489.45, Payroll; 1676, Payroll; 591, O.P.E.R.S., 75.26, ALLEN, NELSON S., 2967.45,. Payroll; 592, BALES, SHAWNAN, Payroll; 1677, ANDERSON,: 2272.46, Payroll; 593, BROCK- ANNETI'E M., 2504.60, Payroll; ', ~AMP, JOEL G., 2524.27, Payroll; 1678, ANDERSON, WlL H.,i'.594; -BURTON, JIMMY D., 2223.36, Payroll; 1679, BAR- !~ 1941!4~,i;Payroll; 595, CARPEN- TRAM, BILLYG.,2768.26,PaymlI; TEN, RICHARD A., 2423.99, 1680, BIAS, JUSTIN P., 2621.87, Payroll; 596, DALTON, DONALD, Payroll; 1681, BLACK, EVAN R, 1133.72, Payroll; 597, DAVIS, 2330.52, Payroll; 1682, BRAD- MATTHEW A., 2233.19, Payroll; LEY, MISTIE, 2118.02, Payroll; 598, DUNFEE, MARK, 196.37, 1683, CARRUBA, KOREY, Payroll; 599, EVELSIZER, RALPH 2375.02, Payroll; 1684, CHIT- D., 2494.34, Payroll; 600, WOOD, CAREY W., 2445.14, FOWLER, BERT L., 2369.53, Payroll; 1685, CLOPTON, RYAN Payroll; 601, GIPSON, WILLIAM D., 2874.96, Payroll; 1686, B., 2891.98, Payroll; 602, HAM- COLTON, DONALD J., 2660.81, MOCK, GARY W., 2514.07, Pay- Payroll; 1687, COURI, JO B., roll; 603, JONES, JESSIE R., 2135.03, Payroll; 1688, ENNtS, 3420.10, PaymlI; 604, MCCOMBS, DAVID, 1760.40, "Payroll; 1689, KAREN R, 91.42, Payroll; 605, FITZGERALD, JEREMY MILLER, JONA'[HANG.,2147.27, Payroll; 606, MORSE, JODY CHARLES& 2487.66 Payroll;,, DEWAYNE, 1873.66, Payroll; COMPANY,13.68, Payroll; 122, VISION SERVICE PLAN OF OKLA., 19.66, Payroll; FAIR- BOARD CASH: 128, COOK, EDWIN C., 231.34, Payroll; 129, WlLLE, JOSEPH R., 72.17, Pay- roll; 130, BANCFIRST, 76.90, Payroll;131, OKLA. TAX COM- MISSION, 20.00, Payroll; CLERK R M & P: 41, LAWSON, SHELLY J., 2555.58, Payroll; 42, AMERI- CAN FIDELITY ASSURANCE COMPANY, 85.60, Payroll; 43,BANCFIRST, 711.69, Payroll; 44, FLEX ACCOUNT ADMINIS- TRATION, 100.00, Payroll; 45, O.P.E.R.S., 132.07, Payroll; 46, OKLA. TAXCOMMISSION, 132.00, Payroll; 47, PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY, 40.79, Payroll; 48, VISION SERVICE PLAN OF OKLA., 15.73,Payroll; COURT FUND SALARIES: 84, BAGWELL RHONDA L., 2563.64, Payroll; 85, BRUNSTETER, MELISSAA., 2476.23, Payroll; 86, DUNCAN, CASEY L., 2286.40, Payroll; 87, HOUSE, BARBARA A., 2158.41, Payroll; 68, MYERS, DONNA C., 2061.99, Payroll; 89, TINNIE, DEBORA S., 2216.49, Payroll; 90, AMERICAN FIDELITY ASSURANCE COMPANY, 344.02, Payroll; 91, BANCFIRST, 4966.85, Payroll; 92, COLONIAL LIFE &ACCIDENT, 165.90, Pay- roll; 93, COMMUNITY CARE HMO INC, 3571.86, Payroll; 94, DELTA DENTAL OF OKLAHOMA, 164.36, Payroll; 95, FLEX ACCOUNT ADMINISTRATION, 200.00, Payroll; 96, O.P.E.R.S., 3980.42, Payroll; 97, OKLA. TAX COMMISSION,'587.00, Payroll; 98, PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE COMPANY, 365.06, Payroll; 99, SECURITY BENEFIT GROUP, 50.03, Payroll; 100, VISION SER- VICE PLAN OF OKLA., 86.83, Payroll; 78-3/8TH SALES TAX: 818, BARROWS, CHRISTO- PHER B., 1755.22, Payroll; 819, BENSON, MICHAEL D., 2451.70, Payroll; 820, CAMPBELL, COLIN G, 3158.53, Payroll; 821, COOK, EDWIN C., 2607.49, Payroll; 822, Attorney, Carla Manning-Treasurer. Members of the Sales Tax Advisory Committee, Members of the Payne County Fair board, and county department heads. Public Discussion from the Board in conjunction with the members ot the Sales Tax Advisory Committee (no action will be taken): The Commissioners, and other elected county officials participated in the advisory boards discussion of the 3/8th and 1/16th sales tax renewal approach. Glenna Craig, County Clerk discussed the two night sales tax display at the county fair. The display was set up in the newly remodeled McVey Arena during two nights. Several fire departments brought trucks and gear to be placed on display, along with Commissioner Bradley, who placed large road equipment on display as well. Craig also reviewed with boards information on the sales tax col- lections, and expenditures from the previous fiscal year. Craig presented possible ballot renewal propositions and wording in regards to the 3/8th cent sales tax and the 1/16th cent sales tax in light of legislation passed last session that would require the county to sepa- rate the projects listed by percent- age in the renewal on the ballot for the 3/Sth cent tax drafted by A.D.A. Lowell Barto. Barto discussed the legislation, and what this would mean as far as moving forward future ballot wording and titles. The Board discussed several possible solutions to wording, and dates for the renewal elections. Chairman of the Sales Tax Advisory Board, Derek Sosbee stated that the Rural Fire Chief's association would like to look at making the 1/16th sales tax a permanent tax, and possibly removing fire from the 3/8th cent sales tax. After discussion by all it was determined that it was a benefit to the passage of the 3/8th cent taxto include the fire districts, and that a permanent tax for the 1/16th would possibly not pass during this economic climate. The advisory board voted to recommend to the Board of County Commissioners fSnewal of the 3/~th cent sales tax as it is, and to be placed on the Fe~u :ary, 2017 ballot before the voters. The board also voted to recommend to the Board of County Commission- ers to place the 1/16th sables tax on the April 2017 ballot requesting the term be changed from a 5-year sunsetto 10-year. Thiswould allow the two taxes to be renewed in separate years, and not within the same year to alleviate confusion, and poor public perception. The next Sales Tax Advisory meeting will be held on October 24th, 2016. ~t