County E911 Authority scheduled a regular session at on
Chairman Steve Austin called the meeting to order. Those present were as follows: Members Laile Wilson; Dee Schieber; Sherry Bowers, Ponca City; Carl Tanner, Braman; Jerry Evans, Newkirk; Larry Bittman, Ponca City; Sherry Landers, Blackwell; Susan Keen, Kay County Assessor office; Tammy Reese, Secretary/Kay County Clerk. Members absent were: Scott Dark and Divina Love, Tonkawa; Jerry Johnston, Braman; Harold Harris, Newkirk; Jim Roberts, Blackwell.
was made by Sherry Bowers and seconded by Laile Wilson approving regular
meeting minutes of:
It was noted the following will serve as the municipal officials: Blackwell-to be decided; Braman-Jerry Johnston; Kaw City-Steve Long; Newkirk-Harold Harris; Ponca City-Sherry Bowers; Tonkawa-Scott Dark.
noted the following will serve as designated person for each municipal official: Blackwell-Sherry Landers; Braman-Carl Tanner;
The fees used to fund the three Public Safety Answering Points (PSAP) were discussed with Blackwell, Braman and Newkirk receiving 15 percent and Ponca City receiving 10 percent; fees received from Tonkawa and Kaw City were unknown.
An opinion regarding E911 and Council of Government Fees was requested by a E911 Member from District Attorney Mark Gibson. Gibson stated in a letter pursuant to a recent Oklahoma Attorney General Opinion, the Northern Oklahoma Development Association (NODA) was permitted to charge such a fee. Gibson confirmed after reviewing Oklahoma Attorney General Opinion 08-5, NODA is not allowed to charge a fee for the collection and disbursement of 911 funds.
No discussion was made concerning community updates.
New Business: Schieber discussed burn bans.
was made by
Approved this 5th day of May, 2009.
Steve Austin, Chairman/Kay County Commissioner
Laile Wilson, Kay County Commissioner
Dee Schieber, Kay County Commissioner
Bowers/Butch Herring, City of
Dark/Divina Love, City of
Johnston/Carl Tanner, Town of
Harris/Jerry Evans, City of
Long, Town of
Sherry Landers, City of Blackwell