The Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) of Kay County, Oklahoma, met in regular session at 9:00 o’clock a.m. on Monday, September 19, 2016, in the Commissioners Court of the Kay County Courthouse in Newkirk, Oklahoma.  Notice of the meeting was posted for public information on September 16, 2016, at 8:50 a.m. at the Courthouse front door, Commissioners Court, and basement handicapped entrance of the Kay County Courthouse in Newkirk, Oklahoma.

 

Chairman Vance Johnson called the meeting to order.  Those present were as follows:  Jason Shanks, Member; Paul Skidmore, Member; Brian Hermanson, District Attorney (DA); Everette Van Hoesen, Kay County Sheriff; Christy Kennedy, Kay County Treasurer; Susan Keen, Kay County Assessor; Janelle Leaming, Deputy County Assessor; Don Jones, Kay County Detention Director Center (KCDCD); Dennis Bonewell, Emergency Management; Scott Cloud, Newkirk Herald Journal; Sharon Rowen, Ponca City News; Claude Williams, Taxpayers for Transparency; Tammy Reese, Secretary/Kay County Clerk.  (See sign in sheet).    

 

Chairman Vance Johnson led the Flag Salute.

 

Motion was made by Skidmore and seconded by Johnson approving regular meeting minutes of September 12, 2016.  Motion carried:  Johnson, aye; Shanks, abstained; Skidmore, aye.

 

Jail Director Report:  Don Jones, KCDCD, presented a report noting 288 as the current head count, 72 arrested and released over the weekend and 133 for the week, arrested and released from September 1, 2016-280, daily average of 277, minimum amount of inmates-265, maximum amount of inmates-289, high for 24 hour period for September 2, 2016-301, nine (9) inmates sentenced to county time, 48 inmates sentenced to Department of Corrections (DOC)/(waiting to go to prison).  Jones told he took 13 to DOC this past week.    The report showed 13 weekenders and sanctions, 25 paid contracts with BIA and Bridgeway currently are holding three (3) inmates on writs (prison to court). 

 

Motion was made by Shanks and seconded by Skidmore approving Juvenile Detention contract Fiscal Year 2016/2017 between CommunityWorks, LLC and Kay County.   Hermanson said contract was in order.  Motion carried:  Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye. 

 

Consideration and discussion with Gary Young, Superintendent Peckham School and Bruce Shelley, Superintendent Kildare School in reference to Potential Kay County Economic Development Project:  Mr. Young started off by thanking the BOCC for allowing him the opportunity to come and speak.  He told he was responsible for the revenue in his district and said his district received 67.8% of the Ad Valorem collected off the existing wind turbines.  Mr. Young presented the BOCC with an estimated tax projections based on the 2015 Oklahoma Tax Commission (OTC) Valuation Schedule, county mileage rates and current county assessment percentage of 14% with the first five years being paid by state fund under the Manufacturing Exemption.  He told the board over the next 25 years his school district would receive an estimated total tax of approximately $42,796,628.00 from the proposed project.  Young said he would like to see this stay in his district.

 

Mr. Bruce Shelley said he would like to reiterate everything Mr. Young talked about.  He said he would like to see the Ad Valorem stay in the district the wind farms are built in.  Shelley said his district has not received any wind farm revenue and again stated the Ad Valorem needs to stay in the district it’s built in.

 

DA Hermanson asked if their schools state funding on ADA will go down. Young and Shelley said they would dollar for dollar according to what is received from the wind turbines.  Hermanson asked if the only way the schools would gain money is if the wind turbines brought in more than ADA on state funding.  He was told yes.

 

Consideration and discussion on the Potential Kay County Economic Development Project Initial Analysis, Feasibility and Recommendation.  Backup documentation:  Initial Analysis, Feasibility and Recommendation Report:  Mr. Dan Bachelor, Center for Economic Development Law, began by saying it was a privilege to be engaged with the BOCC creating additional and new wind turbines in Kay County.  He said he has visited with many public officials and was glad to be a part of this process.  Bachelor said on September 12, 2016 an Initial Analysis, Feasibility, and Recommendation was done.  He said he wanted to discuss further, Is support for this development necessary without local support/If this project goes forward will it benefit the community, schools and career tech?  He stated new taxes create new revenue streams and the new revenue may be used as long as it meets constitutional and statutory provisions.  Questions that have been raised:  How important is education to economic development and is it competitive between communities; if the county considers does it set a binding precedence and Mr. Bachelor said it does not unless facts are there.  Is it an ethical obligation to equalize between schools because the state is doing less and less to fund schools?  Bachelor said it is a significant benefit and would add three (3) additional wind farms with 200 miles in developing, 30 permanent jobs, 150 temporary positions and 240 indirectly supported jobs.  Bachelor told without local support and without tax exemptions this project will not be as competitive.  He told the revenue streams for Kay County Health Department, Kay County, Schools and Pioneer Technology Center would be $200,000-$600.000.  Bachelor asked if this revenue should be divided by all districts or just the tax jurisdictions and he told how the revenue could be used.  He talked about a 12 year declining curve and depreciation scale 20% of original value.  Bachelor gave BOCC an Initial Analysis, Feasibility, and Recommendation “Highlights” report with topics of Economic Development Potential, Development Unlikely without Local Economic Support and Potential Revenue Distribution Structure.  He said the action the BOCC needs to take is to propose the project plan, get a review committee, get a representative from each taxing jurisdiction; three representatives from the public at large to consider the project plan and consider allocation of revenue to schools, hold two public hearings and then authorize preparation of proposed project plan.

 

Kay County Treasurer Christy Kennedy asked how long the contract was between the wind farms, county and the power plants; she was told 15-25 years.

 

DA Hermanson stated he was not excited about the report.  He said financial discussions of how much revenue would be generated with or without a TIF was not mentioned in the report.  Hermanson asked if other states, counties are doing TIF’s and stated he would like to see a comparison.  He said the first phase is under construction and asked how it was approved.  Kay County Assessor Susan Keen said it was a 5-year manufacturing exemption.  Hermanson asked if Duke Energy would come without a TIF; Hermanson was told it would be less competitive.  Hermanson said there was little discussion on sight issues and the visual impact.  He told he wanted the BOCC to have plenty of information before they make a decision.

 

Mr. Bachelor stated he was not clear on what is under construction and what 5-year manufacturing exemption was being used based on calculation of cost of investment.  He briefly discussed Phase II.  Bachelor talked about the visual impact and said some people love it while others simply do not like; he mentioned it is a net loss on farm land and an intrusion on wild life, especially birds.  He stated wind power is the cleanest form of energy versus hydroelectric power.

 

Commissioner Johnson stated the report was a broad overview and not specific enough to Kay County.  He said financials with a TIF or without a TIF were not addressed and told he wanted more detailed information.

 

Bachelor mentioned Phase II, III and IV.

 

Treasurer Kennedy asked if the county was looking at a 15 year TIF.

 

Bachelor said a 25 year TIF is the maximum; he said if you structure a TIF it will give a level revenue tax stream.

 

Kennedy stated this is not a typical TIF meaning the county, schools, etc. would be receiving about half the amount instead of being completely exempt.  She asked, “What is the oldest wind mill operating and are those wind mills still operational?”  She was told since 2006.

 

Commissioner Shanks asked what the county and schools would receive, actual numbers.  He referred to the OTC report given to him by Superintendent Young, noting the breakdowns for county, school, and technology center for Peckham Schools were reported but not the complete breakdown for the Newkirk district.

 

Bachelor said he did not have actual numbers on what it would be because it would depend on what the turbines generate, etc.

 

Shanks mentioned Kay Wind Farms and stated the majority of the depreciation was in the first 5-years and after that the wind farm received a tax break.

 

Bachelor said there is a spread over a 14 year period then the revenue and that 50% of new revenue will become revenue in those taxing years.

 

Hermanson asked if he was recommending the money be divided based on school needs.

 

Bachelor said if this project is undertaken it should benefit the county as a whole.

 

Kennedy asked, not by ADA?

 

Blackwell Superintendent Riggs explained how money is divided by ADA between all schools and explained the state aid formula and how it’s distributed.  He noted the formula is very complex.  Riggs also explained the 5-year Exempt Manufacturing and said it is not received until June of each year, paying off bonds and told how the schools operate behind until the budget is finalized.

 

More conversation was made regarding school funding, the law and the painful circumstances schools are facing.

 

A resolution declaring the intent to consider approval of a project plan and creation of a tax increment district under the Local Development Act; directing preparation of a project plan; appointing a review committee; directing the review committee to make findings as to eligibility and financial impact, if any, on taxing jurisdictions within the district; and directing the review committee to make a recommendation with respect to the proposed plan.  Backup documentation:  Resolution of Intent: 

 

DA Hermanson said the intent of the Resolution is to set up a group to study this and make recommendations to the commissioners.  Commissioner Shanks asked about the cost and was told that Duke Energy will pay all costs involved.

 

A representative from Duke Energy said the price is based on the project plan and stated Duke would like to sign by the end of the year.

 

Commissioner Johnson stated he wanted more time to visit with legal counsel and Commissioner Skidmore agreed.

 

Other comments were made from the public.

 

DA Hermanson recommended postponing for one week.

 

Motion was made by Shanks and seconded by Skidmore to Table for further review a resolution declaring the intent to consider approval of a project plan and creation of a tax increment district under the Local Development Act; directing preparation of a project plan; appointing a review committee; directing the review committee to make findings as to eligibility and financial impact, if any, on taxing jurisdictions within the district; and directing the review committee to make a recommendation with respect to the proposed plan.  Backup documentation:  Resolution of Intent:  Motion carried:  Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye. 

 

Motion was made by Johnson and seconded by Skidmore approving Contract with the Computer Mapping Company and Kay County for MIMS mapping program for fiscal year 2016/2017 in the amount of $3,900.00, DA Hermanson said the paperwork was in order.  Motion carried:  Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye.

 

Motion was made by Johnson and seconded by Skidmore approving change order#2 for Brake Road Project, D#1.  Johnson said he had a culvert box collapse and the cost to repair is $9,570.00 to be paid for BIA.  Motion carried:  Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye.

 

Motion was made by Skidmore and seconded by Shanks approving cover sheet for Hubbard Road overflow flood repairs, D#1.  Commissioner Johnson said ODOT will go out for bid for this project and ODOT requires the BOCC to sign off on and noted the project will be paid for by ODOT.  Motion carried:  Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye. 

 

Motion was made by Skidmore and seconded by Shanks approving Construction Contract and Notice to Proceed for Bid#2016-30 44th Street Pavement Project (District#3) (Bid Opened:  9/6/16).  Commissioner Skidmore said River Ridge needs contract to get bonds in place and noted it is a Type A Aggregate.  Motion carried:  Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye. 

 

Motion was made by Skidmore and seconded by Johnson approving ODOT Federal-Aid Project Agreement with Federal Advanced Construction for the Funding Agreement Modification and Resolution to allow for Advance Construction funds to be used on Scour repair EW-18 (Hubbard Road), under Chikaskia River overflow bridge 3.0 miles East of US-177, (ACERSTP-236C(030)ER, JP# 32051(04).  Johnson said ODOT will be using federal aids.   Motion carried:  Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye. 

 

Discussion regarding the following five (5) Public Service/Pipeline Crossing Line Installation (District#2) with Western Farmers Electric Cooperative:  NW4 NW4  S26 T28N R4E ending NE4 NE4 S27 T28N R4E, Crossing N Hardy Lane (720’ south of E River Rd.; NE4 NE4 S27 T28N R4E ending SE4 SE4 S22 T28N R4E, Crossing E River Rd. (220’ West of Hardy Lane; SE4 SE4 S22 T28N R4E ending SE4 SE4 S21 T28N R4E, Parallel to E River Rd. (starting 180’ West of Hardy Lane and ending 102’ West of the SE corner of Sec 21); SE4 SE4 S21 T28N R4E ending NE4 NE4 S28 T28N R4E, Crossing E River Rd. (.98 mile East of N 1 06 Lane); SE4 SE4 S24 T28N R4E ending NE4 NE4 S25 T28N R4E, Crossing E River Rd. (1,700’ East of N Payne Rd.): 

 

Mr. Jay Dobson told the BOCC his family owns this section of land that is being considered and he gave a power point presentation on why the Western Farmers Electric Cooperative is applying for these applications.  Mr. Dobson gave detailed reasons and concerns regarding these applications.  He said he has a restraining order against Western Farmers and asked the BOCC to reject these applications due to safety issues.  Dobson informed the BOCC these lines would be a safety hazard because they are so close to his family’s house and mentioned the mowing and maintenance the county would undertake.  He said Western Farmers can re-negotiate with his family at any time and stated this is reckless and unnecessary.

 

DA Hermanson stated this situation is currently in a law suit regarding the placement of transmission lines.

 

Commissioner Shanks mentioned some concerns including the drainage issues it could create in the bar ditches, safety to the public and county employees and how it would adversely affect the landowner.

 

Commissioner Johnson asked if this was a public or private matter.

 

Mr. Dobson said this was set up under the Rural Electric public use but felt it was a safety matter to public and the people in the home.  He stated Western Farmers is going out of the way to put it in the front yard.

 

Motion was made by Shanks and seconded by Skidmore to reject this request.  Commissioner Shanks said Mr. Dobson and Western Farmers need to work this matter out on the following five (5) Public Service/Pipeline Crossing Line Installation (District#2) with Western Farmers Electric Cooperative:  NW4 NW4  S26 T28N R4E ending NE4 NE4 S27 T28N R4E, Crossing N Hardy Lane (720’ south of E River Rd.; NE4 NE4 S27 T28N R4E ending SE4 SE4 S22 T28N R4E, Crossing E River Rd. (220’ West of Hardy Lane; SE4 SE4 S22 T28N R4E ending SE4 SE4 S21 T28N R4E, Parallel to E River Rd. (starting 180’ West of Hardy Lane and ending 102’ West of the SE corner of Sec 21); SE4 SE4 S21 T28N R4E ending NE4 NE4 S28 T28N R4E, Crossing E River Rd. (.98 mile East of N 1 06 Lane); SE4 SE4 S24 T28N R4E ending NE4 NE4 S25 T28N R4E, Crossing E River Rd. (1,700’ East of N Payne Rd.).  Motion carried:  Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye. 

 

Eighteen (18) Public Service/Pipeline Crossing Line Installation (District#3) with Western Farmers Electric Cooperative:  Commissioner Skidmore said he spoke with the project manager and everything was fine in his district, but wanted to make sure there were no problems with District#3 request versus District#2 request from Western Farmers Electric Cooperative.

 

DA Hermanson asked if they were in the county easements and if there was distinction between this request and the one in District#2.  He was told that there were not the same problems with these placements.

 

Motion was made by Skidmore and seconded by Shanks to Table for more information the following eighteen (18) Public Service/Pipeline Crossing Line Installation (District#3) with Western Farmers Electric Cooperative:  NE4 NE4  S12 T28N R2W ending SE4 SE4 S1 T28N R2W, Crossing W Brake Rd.; SE corner S36 T28N R2W ending NE corner S36 T28N R2W, Parallel to S 60th St.; NE4 NE4 S36 T28N R2W ending SE4 SE4 S25 T28N R2W, Crossing W Dry Rd.; SW4 SW4 S30 T28N R1W ending SE4 SE4 S25 T28N R2W, Crossing S 60th St.; SW4 SW4 S25 T28N R2W ending SE4 SE4 S26 T28N R2W, Crossing S 76th St.; SW4 SW4 S26 T28N R2W ending SE4 SE4 S27 T28N R2W, Crossing N 92nd St.; NE4 NE4 S34 T28N R2W ending SE4 SE4 S27 T28N R2W, Crossing N 92nd St.; NE4 NE4 S27 T28N R2W ending SE4 SE4 S22 T28N R2W, Crossing W Peckham Rd.(E0090); NE4 NE4 S22 T28N R2W ending SE4 SE4 S15 T28N R2W, Crossing W Earth Rd.; SW4 SW4 S15 T28N R2W ending SE4 SE4 S16 T28N R2W, Crossing N 108th St.;SE corner S16 T28N R2W ending SW corner S16 T28N R2W, Parallel to W Earth Rd.; SW4 SW4 S16 T28N R2W ending SE4 SE4 S17 T28N R2W, Crossing S 124th St.; SW4 SW4 S16 T28N R2W ending NW4 NW4 S21 T28N R2W, Crossing W Earth Rd. with a Stub Pole, Guy Wires and Anchors parallel to County Road S 124th St.; SW corner S16 T28N R2W ending SW corner S9 T28N R2W, Parallel to County Road S 124th St. and crossing W. Fork Rd.; SW4 SW4 S9 T28N R2W ending SE4 SE4 S8 T28N R2W, Crossing S 124th St.; SW4 SW4 S8 T28N R2W ending SE4 SE4 S7 T28N R2W, Crossing N 140th St.; SW4 SW4 S7 T28N R2W ending SE4 SE4 S12 T28N R2W, Crossing 156th St. (N3110); SW4 SW4 S6 T28N R2W ending SE4 SE4 S1 T28N R3W Grant County, Crossing 156th St. (N3110).  Motion carried:  Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye.

 

Road and Bridge Projects/Circuit Engineering District (CED) No.8 Road and Bridge Projects:

Commissioner Skidmore stated crews continue to dig and screen shale, haul rock to roads, hauling and laying sand where needed and grading roads, hauling shale to FEMA Project on south “O” Street and working on FEMA culvert project .75 south of Furguson and “O” Street.  Crews are also mowing and trimming around intersections, picking up trash that has been dumped and hauling it to the dump.  Skidmore said he wanted to thank the Sheriff’s Department for locating a person who was illegally dumping and this person is now cleaning up the site.

 

Commissioner Shanks said crews finished up at “R” Street,  1 ½ miles of pulling and rocking ditches, Canteen Rd. ½ mile of pulling and rocking ditches, ½ mile on Main Street pulling ditches and 2 miles on Waverly between Bender Rd. and Fork Rd. pulling ditches and taking out trees.

 

Commissioner Johnson reported his crews are blading, hauling material, mowing roads district wide, trimmed trees and picked up brush, did bridge inspection reports after the earth quake, attended safety meetings, shoulder work on Brake Rd. and putting up head walls on culvert pipes on Brake Rd. 

 

Motion was made by Skidmore and seconded by Shanks approving the following Resolutions to deposit:  Res#16, 17-40, $1.25 back tax collections to the General Ledger accumulated monies in County Judgment Fund.   Motion carried:  Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye. 

 

New Business [As per 1991 O.S. 25§311.A.9-‘New Business’, as used herein, shall mean any matter not known about or which could not have been reasonably foreseen prior to the time of posting.  None. 

 

Motion was made by Shanks and seconded by Skidmore to reject all bids on Bid#2016-32 Bridge#250, Dist#2 (bids were not opened).  Shanks said the specifications needed more clarification.  Motion carried:  Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye.

 

Opened Bid#2016-31 Bridge#Union:   The following bids were received:  River Ridge Construction-labor only-$29,872.00; Sunbelt Equipment & Supply Inc.-material only-$35,814.39; Dietz Welding and Bridge Construction-labor only-$31,169.00; The Railroad Yard-material only-$35,486.99; K&O Construction & Supply-labor-$26,725.00, material-$38,816.82.

 

Motion was made by Johnson and seconded by Skidmore to Table for further review Bid#2016-31 Bridge#Union.  Motion carried:  Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye.

 

Motion was made by Shanks and seconded by Skidmore approving Payroll with warrants to be released on September 29, 2016.  Motion carried:  Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye. 

 

Motion was made by Shanks and seconded by Skidmore approving Blanket Purchase Orders.  Motion carried:  Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye. 

 

Motion was made by Skidmore and seconded by Shanks approving Maintenance & Operation Claims.  Motion carried:  Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye.

 

FY 2015/2016 PURCHASE ORDERS:

2015-2016 General: 2681, Ram Mounts, 141.10, Base

FY 2016/2017 PURCHASE ORDERS:

2016-2017 Lien Fee: 5, Vyve Broadband, 36.07, Cable; Serv.Fee: 56, Casey, Angela, 54.00, Blanket For Juvenile Transport; 57, Tebow, Daniel L., 1284.00, Blanket For Juvenile Transport; 58, Tebow, Alma, 456.00, Blanket For Juvenile Transport; 59, Garcia, John, 429.00, Blanket For Juvenile Transport; 60, Eastern Okla Youth Services, 1046.25, Blanket For Juvenile Detentions; 61, Fleetcor Technologies, 1128.97, Blanket For Fuel; 62, Burkes Classic Restoration, 2746.93, Blanket For Vehicle Maintenance; 63, Wathor, Corbi, 46.49, Reimbursement; Drug Court: 18, OK Court Services Inc, 7000.00, ; County Bridge & Road Improvement: 2, Railroad Yard, 38772.68, Bridge Materials;

Detention Center: 244, OK Natural Gas, 1066.10, Blanket for gas bill; 245, Kay Electric Cooperative, 100.00, Blanket for electric bill; 246, Finish Line Fuels LLC, 607.77, Blanket For Fuel; 247, Baumert, Cummings & Hiatt, 1533.70, Blanket For Professional Services; 248, Card Service Center, 975.35, Blanket For Supplies; 249, Central Restaurant Products, 5400.00, Oven; 250, Bob Barker Co, 4968.60, Supplies; 251, Younger-Holmes Electrical Contractors, 369.21, Electrical Work; 252, Verizon Wireless, 271.65, Blanket for cell bill; 253, McDonald Computer Services LLC, 2000.00, Blanket for repairs; 254, Farha Wholesale Co., 1500.00, Blanket For Supplies; 255, COPS Products LLC, 550.80, ; 256, P & K Equipment, 617.70, Parts; 257, Pioneer Fire And Safety, 130.00, Inspections; General: 416, AT&T Mobility, 9.36, Cell Phone; 417, Sac & Fox Juvenile Detention, 379.98, Blanket For Juvenile Detentions; 418, Youth Services Of Osage County Inc, 1406.60, Blanket For Juvenile Detentions; 419, Craig Co. Detention Center, 1550.00, Blanket For Juvenile Detentions; 420, Briggs Hardware, 299.60, Blanket For Supplies; 421, Quality Water Service, 37.50, Water; 422, Touchtone Communications, 43.87, Long distance; 423, Spok Inc, 177.81, Pager Service; 424, Quality Water Service, 18.70, Blanket for water; 425, American Roofing, 2600.00, Repairs; 426, Take Ten Tire, 1626.85, Maintenance; 427, Newkirk Herald Journal, 4372.70, Publication; 428, Cintas Corporation, 10247.65, AED Equipment; 429, Midwest Printing, 820.96, Checks; 430, Cline, Holly L, 147.42, Travel; 431, Fusion, 262.04, Phone; 432, Cintas Corporation Loc, 191.36, Blanket for linen; 433, USPS - HASLER, 30000.00, Postage for meter; 434, Ponca City News, 84.00, Subscription; 435, Merrifield Office Plus, 184.00, Ink    Cartridge; 436, BC Mechanical LLC, 1462.00, Repairs; 437, Kennedy, Christine L., 176.02, Travel; 438, Sac & Fox Juvenile Detention, 377.98, Blanket For Juvenile Detentions; Health: 74, Pitney Bowes, 80.37, Postage meter rent; 75, OK Natural Gas, 110.93, Gas bill; 76, City of Blackwell, 633.79, Utility Bill; 77, ANCO Services, 2085.00, Janitorial Services; 78, STC, 58.20, Maintenance; 79, STC, 96.00, Maintenance; 80, Lektron Industrial Supply Inc, 121.46, Light bulbs; 81, KaplanEarly Learning Co, 27.95, Books; 82, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Co, 181.28, Test Booklets; 83, AT&T, 281.43, Billing; 84, Neopost Inc, 174.99, Postage for Ponca office; 85, Merrifield Office Plus, 29.56, Office Supplies; 86, US Postage Service, 1000.00, Postage; 87, Merrifield Office Plus, 300.40, Supplies; Highway: 351, Sober Brothers, 2888.64, Native Material; 352, AT&T, 228.65, Phone bill; 353, CODA, 100.00, Registration; 354, Birch, 105.62, Telephone; 355, Owen Auto Supply, 978.80, Blanket for parts; 356, Kay Electric Cooperative, 354.00, Billing; 357, American Concrete, 564.00, Concrete; 358, Deere Credit Inc, 1502.61, Lease Purchase Payment; 359, Mike Redding, 510.00, Native Material; 360, Filter Care Of Missouri, 78.55, Blanket for parts; 361, John Deere Financial, 449.80, Repairs; 362, P & K Equipment, 180.78, Hose Assembly; 363, Dish, 20.60, Billing; 364, Cross Oil, 11169.47, Diesel; 365, Wilson, John A., 75.00, Reimbursement; 366, Shanks, Jason R, 215.68, Travel; 367, Welch State Bank, 1648.91, Lease Purchase Payment; 368, RCB Bank, 3096.08, Lease Purchase Payment; 369, Caterpillar Financial Services Corp, 8634.80, Lease Purchase Payment; 370, Starr Lumber Co., 75.45, Nuts and bolts; 371, Filter Care Of Missouri, 169.40, Filter Service

 

Details’ concerning the above listed purchase orders/claims are available in the County Clerk’s Office.  All records are open to the public, and any person may examine same during regular office hours.

 

There being no other business, motion was made by Johnson and seconded by Skidmore to adjourn, 11:25 a.m.  Motion carried:  Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye.

 

 

 

 

 

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Approved this 26th day of September, 2016.

 

 

                                                              _____________________________

                 VANCE JOHNSON, CHAIRMAN

                                        

                                                              _____________________________

                 PAUL SKIDMORE, MEMBER

              

                _____________________________

     JASON SHANKS, MEMBER

 

ATTEST:

 

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TAMMY REESE, COUNTY CLERK

COUNTY OF KAY, STATE OF OKLAHOMA

SECRETARY, BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

(SEAL)

 

 

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