The Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) of Kay County, Oklahoma, met in regular session at 9:00 o’clock a.m. on Monday, September 26, 2016, in the Commissioners Court of the Kay County Courthouse in Newkirk, Oklahoma. Notice of the meeting was posted for public information on September 23, 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); Steve Kelley, Kay County Undersheriff; Christy Kennedy, Kay County Treasurer; Rhonda Stephens, Kay County Deputy Treasurer; Susan Keen, Kay County Assessor; Janelle Leaming, Deputy County Assessor; Don Jones, Kay County Detention Director Center (KCDCD); Harold Hughs, KCDC; 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 Shanks to recess to Court Room B on the second floor of the Courthouse (to provide seating for those in attendance). Motion carried: Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye.
Motion was made by Johnson and seconded by Skidmore to reconvene the regular meeting, 9:03 a.m. Motion carried: Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye.
Motion was made by Skidmore and seconded by Shanks approving regular meeting minutes of September 19, 2016. Motion carried: Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye.
Jail Director Report: Don Jones, KCDCD, presented a report noting 308 as the current head count, 55 arrested and released over the weekend and 150 for the week, arrested and released from September 1, 2016-394, daily average of 283, minimum amount of inmates-265, maximum amount of inmates-314, high for 24 hour period for September 23, 2016-331, 10 inmates sentenced to county time, 50 inmates sentenced to Department of Corrections (DOC)/(waiting to go to prison). Jones stated the DOC backlog was 1,511. The report showed eight (8) weekenders and sanctions, 45 paid contracts with BIA and Bridgeway currently are holding two (2) inmates on writs (prison to court).
Placement of a new electrical power line from Blackwell to Braman: Citizen Bruce Wooderson told the BOCC he wanted to discuss this matter. He said he has personal property of Wooderson Farms and has concerns. Mr. Wooderson stated Blackwell/Braman wants to put in 4 ½ miles of a new line and he said his family owns 3 ½ miles of area this will affect. Wooderson told they tried to push through without even talking to the landowners involved. He said in the first mile the placement is 26 feet from easement instead of 33 feet and he stated the pole placement would cause major problems for farmers with big equipment and it would also cause problems for the county. Wooderson talked about the 44th Street project where the BIA and county spent millions of dollars and how this new line could cause upstream drainage on their property. He said their property and the ditches are mowed and maintained immaculately. Wooderson told about his feedlot and how he gave the county extra property to build a bridge; he said the feedlot remained and pipes and cable were built and put underground. He said the pipe poles are braced and will not go down even in an ice storm. Wooderson indicated the city wants to put poles inside his fence and if a pole would break it could kill his cattle. He mentioned 44th Street again and that the county needed five feet to make extra wide ditches to help get proper drainage. He said, out of no respect for the landowners, these poles would go through some people’s yard and kill their trees and many other things. Wooderson asked the BOCC to deny the grant for this permit.
Citizen Jim Curl stated he lives on this road. He said he has gone to Braman meetings regarding this matter and has not been treated very well. Curl said if these power lines go through his yard it will kill his oak and pine trees that have been there for years. Both Wooderson and Curl said Kay Electric has tried to work with Blackwell/Braman and has offered them a good deal. He asked the BOCC if there is any way to stop this and stated it is dangerous to the farmers farming around this area. Curl reiterated Bruce Wooderson by asking the BOCC to deny this permit.
No permits were brought before the board and No Action was taken for the possible placement of a new electrical power line from Blackwell to Braman.
Consideration and discussion with Gary Young, Superintendent Peckham School and Bruce Shelley, Superintendent Kildare School, Citizens Tony Barrows, Randi Price, Dr. Darrell Shelton, Rodney Vickery in reference to Potential Kay County Economic Development Project: Mr. Shelley began by saying after the last meeting he did further research. He said he talked with the State Department of Education and they were very concerned and said things needed to proceed very carefully. Shelley mentioned this tax free concern is not just with wind farms but others as well. He said it’s crucial the wording is right for the future. Shelley thanked the BOCC for their consideration.
Superintendent Young said he spoke with Vernon Florence, a Financial Consultant for Cooperative Council of Oklahoma School Administrators (COSA), and received a written letter stating the proposal appears to vary somewhat from the wind farm establishments in other school districts, particularly the inclusion of a possible TIF agreement. Also, the distribution of ad valorem tax revenue from the wind farm is not clearly stated. Florence said particularly he would ask for clarification of the impact of the possible TIF agreement and specifically the distribution of ad valorem tax in relation to the location of the ad valorem property that produces such tax revenue. Florence also suggested seeking opinions from school experts such as Ad Valorem Division of the Oklahoma Tax Commission, Oklahoma State School Boards Association, Cooperative Council of Oklahoma School Administrators, and the Oklahoma Department of Education. Young then referred to a statement made in the Ponca City News on September 20, 2016 from Dr. David Pennington, Ponca City Superintendent of Schools. Dr. Pennington stated he has an opinion about TIFs and stated he is not a supporter of giving away tax revenue. Young noted Dr. Pennington is recognized as one of the best superintendents in the nation. There were superintendents in the room from Tonkawa, Newkirk, Blackwell, Kildare and Peckham and they were asked how they would support this matter and the consensus from all of those mentioned said not at this time or they wanted more information. Mr. Young said he wanted advice from the experts from the ones he referred to earlier versus only hearing from the experts from Duke Energy. Young urged the BOCC and the DA to take no action until they can hear from the school experts and he asked the BOCC if they feel they have had time to make a decision.
Chairman Johnson asked how much time the school experts needed; he said the BOCC could hold a special meeting if needed.
Tony Barrows said Young covered most of what he wanted to say; he also mentioned he was concerned with the bus routes because the wind farms would be traveling Peckham district roads.
Darrell Shelton stated he was a citizen of Kay County and a parent with children in the Peckham School. He pointed out that Duke Energy is a huge company not only of wind power but also oil; he said a TIF is not needed. Shelton said he is not in favor of sharing the allocation of money when others are not expected to share.
Rodney Vickery touched on the environmental issues and the long term money as it effects Kay County and the cost to Kay County. He said Duke Energy would not admit how this will affect quality of life, view of structure, noise, blinking lights and health. He also said the county needs to consider how the wind farms will affect property appraisals and real estate sales. Vickery said property value are reduced by 40% with a wind farm in a two mile radius, smaller reductions the farther away they are and larger the closer they are. He continued by saying it needs to be considered how a TIF will reduce property value, what it does to the tax base and the economic development when the present use of the land is limited. Shelton said wind turbines have caused people to relocate. He said he has nothing to gain or lose in this ordeal and told he is already encircled by wind turbines.
Mr. Dan Bachelor, Center for Economic Development Law, said he wanted to examine the questions and whether to consider three additional Phases for the wind turbine to occur. He said a review committee would be formed selecting representatives in each of the taxing jurisdictions, three representatives from the public at large to consider the project plan, this group will determine if the potential project plan is desirable. This committee will decide whether this process should move forward and review the new revenue to see if it would be substantial. Bachelor added the total investment of the three phases would be approximately $500-600 million and called it the second largest revenue in the state of its kind; he said the total benefits will bring $900 million potential to this project. Bachelor said this step will not have any effect on Phase I and there will be no economic assists with Phase I. Bachelor told wind turbines are highly competitive with other states and it will affect the future of this county. He said he believed the BOCC needed to get the review committee process adopted through the Resolution with formation of the committee.
Chairman Johnson asked Bachelor to explain the process and how it transpires.
Bachelor went on to say the BOCC needed to form the committee and after the committee is selected the committee could meet as much as needed to get specific answers to specific proposals. He also told two public hearings would be held.
DA Hermanson referred to Page 4 of the Supplemental of the TIF and the placement of the wind turbines, Phase II, III, IV and where the money should be spent. He stated with OG&E the money was distributed to the school district it was built in.
Bachelor said the project plan has not been adopted and the property taxes must be allocated to that district. If supported by the TIF it could be directed by the object plan because these are new revenues and occur because of the project.
DA Hermanson said the map seems broad and covers areas of Phase II, III & IV.
Vickery asked why Bachelor is combining the two.
Bachelor said he represents the interest of the county key questions whether this project plan warrants consideration and should the county create a review committee, etc.
Vickery told him to describe who gives Duke the money to do the survey.
Bachelor said it will be paid by the county upon reimbursement from Duke Energy for the county to have the plan evaluated.
Johnson told Bachelor he appreciated receiving the Supplemental but he did not receive until late Friday and he wanted more time to review. He said he would like to hold a special meeting with Duke Energy and the school and their experts. Johnson stated this is a difficult decision and asked when a decision needs to be made.
Bachelor said if it’s approved it needs to be done before the end of the calendar year.
Shanks referred to the royalty revenue stating that is what the land owners will get and that the largest benefit is to the land owners.
Bachelor said $71 million will go to the public revenue.
Skidmore said he would like Superintendent Young and Shelley’s and their experts questions addressed.
Bachelor told those questions cannot be answered until the specifics have been laid out.
Superintendent Shelley asked when we will be able to see the specific project plan and asked who has it at this time.
Bachelor said when or if the county forms the committee it will be directed at that time.
Johnny Decker said this is a unique opportunity to do something that hasn’t been done but does it set precedence.
Bachelor said he has reviewed the ad valorem from the OTC and ad valorem has risen; this will offer an opportunity to create economic development to county and schools.
Johnson asked if the BOCC could limit the scope of what the committee would review.
Bachelor said it is hard to limit citizens but you could have them focus on specific issues.
Shanks asked if this is different than the current ad valorem.
Bachelor told only increment dollars to districts; to all schools by increments to offset the state would be the next subject.
DA Hermanson asked if there would be a loss of value to tax of land or money coming in from the TIF and whether or not there were studies and Duke Energy and Mr. Vickery said they would get back with him.
Superintendent Young asked if Peckham Schools would have a true voice if a committee is formed.
DA Hermanson said yes and noted there would be a representative from the BOCC, one from the school district, etc.
Other questions and comments were made regarding this matter and the state education formula.
Hermanson told the reason this has gone this far is because the BOCC wants to make sure the schools will benefit. He said the committee can review and discuss whatever they want.
Shanks asked if the BOCC can override the committee and he was told yes.
Blackwell Superintendent Riggs told his school district receives the revenue from the Blackwell Wind Farm. He noted the state wants out of the TIF business and he said he wants all kids to be considered and to look at what best benefits the children. Riggs recommended more input from school experts.
A Duke Energy representative told all to look at the big picture and stated this TIF is a good opportunity to bring economic development to Kay County.
Commissioner Skidmore said he wanted more information from the review committee after it is selected.
Commissioner Shanks told the big picture is the state is giving up state exemptions because they are going broke.
Bachelor said and because of that this offers the county an opportunity to provide additional revenue to schools, create jobs and look at the use of new revenue. He stated the county needs to take the next step and form the committee and have the school districts get their questions answered by their experts.
Johnson said he wanted more time to review the Supplemental.
Motion was made by Skidmore to move forward. Motion died due to lack of a second.
Superintendent Young said he wanted more time and said he wanted the experts from the State Board of Education involved.
Commissioner Skidmore said the review committee would be able to get the school experts involved and answer questions.
Young said he wanted school experts to have time to research and give their stance on the matter without Duke Energy.
Skidmore told the committee would be made up with school representatives involved.
Young questioned why the BOCC would move forward to form a committee with all the information coming from Duke Energy; he suggested getting information from school experts before moving forward.
Rodney Vickery asked BOCC to postpone moving forward until they review further; he said to look at the total effect on this matter. He mentioned 30 permanent jobs are all they are talking about and once again urged the BOCC to review further before moving forward.
Jeff Nieves, Duke Energy, said the concerns seem to be with Peckham and Kildare schools and why other school districts would be involved. He told Duke will build Phases that would cover all the school districts. Nieves said this is a large project and will affect all the districts; he suggested the big picture needed to be considered and stated this is an opportunity that has multiple phases that will impact the county, schools, land owners, etc. with around $900 million. He stated there will be an investment of $900 million if you move forward versus nothing. Nieves said this is a tremendous opportunity for Kay County and for the local communities and said he hopes Duke will be here awhile.
Motion was made by Shanks to Table. Motion died due to lack of a second.
Motion was made by Johnson to have a special meeting on October 25, 2016 for this topic only. Motion died due to lack of a second.
Motion was made Shanks and seconded by Johnson to place 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 on the Agenda for Monday, October 24, 2016. Motion carried: Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, abstained.
Motion was made by Shanks and seconded by Skidmore approving Kay County Publication Sheet Financial Statement of the Various Funds for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2016, and Estimate of Needs for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2017. Motion carried: Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye.
Motion was made by Johnson and seconded by Skidmore to recess and continue regular meeting in the Commissioners Courtroom on first floor. Motion carried: Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye.
Motion was made by Johnson and seconded by Skidmore to reconvene regular meeting, 11:02 a.m.
Motion carried: Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye.
Memorandum of Understanding between Kay County Sheriff and Regional Prevention Substance Abuse Program: Sheriff Elect Kelley explained the Sheriff’s Department would be working with the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS) and Oklahoma Highway Safety Office (OHSAO) to reduce underage drinking and adult binge-drinking. He said this is federal funding and the ODMHSAS received the grant and there would no cost to the county. Kelley said his department would receive around $6,000.00.
DA Hermanson said he asked for additional funding for law enforcement, mental health, and prosecution on the state question bill regarding allowing strong liquor beverages to be sold at local grocery stores.
Motion was made by Shanks and seconded by Johnson approving Memorandum of Understanding between Kay County Sheriff and Regional Prevention Substance Abuse Program. 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, finished FEMA culvert project .75 south of Furguson on “O” Street and installed a couple other culverts. Crews are also mowing and trimming around intersections. He noted the Environmental crew did not work this past week.
Commissioner Shanks stated crews are working in the shop, working at Waverly between Bender and Fork Rd. taking tress out and mowing.
Commissioner Johnson reported his crews are blading, hauling material, mowing roads district wide, picking up tree limbs and trash, digging out holes and patching with asphalt on Hartford, Kildare, Adobe, Traders Bend and Tower Rds. and doing shoulder work on Brake Rd.
Motion was made by Johnson and seconded by Shanks approving BIA Cooperative Agreement A16AC00065 Washunga Bay Resurfacing Project ($1.4 million), Dist#1. Treasurer Kennedy asked Johnson to let her know ahead of time when money will be coming in because she will need collateral to cover. Johnson said it was 60 days from coming in. Motion carried: Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye.
Revising Public Service/Pipeline Crossing Line Installation Application form and Schedule of Fees: Skidmore told he has been having issues and he wanted to get some things straightened out and wanted changes to this application made. Dennis Bonewell, Emergency Management Director, said he thinks Flood Plain issues needs to be considered when making these changes. Skidmore noted he is having right-of-way problems and told that fences are being put up in county right-of-way. Suggestions were given to Skidmore as to how that might be handled and Skidmore told he has tried without success.
Motion was made by Skidmore and seconded by Johnson to Table for further review Revising Public Service/Pipeline Crossing Line Installation Application form and Schedule of Fees. Motion carried: Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye.
Motion was made by Skidmore and seconded by Shanks to Table the following Public Service/Pipeline Crossing Line Installation with Kay Electric, Dist#3: NW4 NW4 S19 T28N R2W ending NW4 NW4 S31 T28N R2W, 156th Str. Motion carried: Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye.
Motion was made by Skidmore and seconded by Shanks to Table 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.
Motion was made by Shanks and seconded by Johnson approving the following three (3) Public Service/Pipeline Crossing Line Installation (District#2) with Rural Water District#5: NE4 NE4 S30 T29N R3E ending NW4 NW4 S29 T29N R3E, Prentice Road, Water Line, cut; SE4 SE4 S19 T29N R3E ending E4 E4 S30 T29N R3E, crossing Indian Road, Water Line, cut; SE4 SE4 S34 T29N R2E ending SW4 SW4 S35 T29N R2E, Pleasantview Road, Water Line, boring. Motion carried: Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye.
Motion was made by Shanks and seconded by Johnson approving the following Kay County Monthly Reports for August 2016: Election Board; Court Clerk. Motion carried: Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye.
Motion was made by Shanks and seconded by Skidmore approving on the following Resolutions to deposit: Res#16, 17-45, Public Building Authority (PBA) Tonkawa Public Schools-$1,318.00, Kay County Public Buildings Authority Payment of Administrative Fee Debt Service; Res#16, 17-46, PBA-Ponca City Public Schools-$9,062.00 Kay County Public Buildings Authority Payment of Administrative Fee Debt Service; Res#16, 17-47, Child Abuse Prevention-$695.21, jury service donations. Motion carried: Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye.
Motion was made by Shanks and seconded by Skidmore approving the following Cash Fund Estimate of Needs and Request for Appropriation: Treasurers Certification Fee-($80.00) correction-funds were lapsed forward twice from FY16. 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. DA Hermanson announced a completion of the law suit with Western Farmers Electric Cooperation regarding placement of transmission lines. Western Farmers Electric Cooperation law suit was denied last week and they were ordered to comply with the law. The Judge wrote a written order and ruled in favor of the Board of County Commissioners.
Hermanson also noted the Summers Blue Lake Quarry law suite findings stated the Judge didn’t like some things and told the BOCC to take down signage, but said the property is still worth a lot of money and the Judge ruled in favor of the Board of County Commissioners.
Bid#2016-31 Bridge#Union (opened in BOCC meeting 9-19-16): Commissioner Shanks noted Railroad Yard had the lowest bid but their paperwork was not in line with the over allotted materials.
Motion was made by Shanks and seconded by Johnson approving and awarding Bid#2016-31 Bridge#Union to Sunbelt Equipment & Supply Inc.-material only-$35,814.39 and K&O Construction & Supply-labor-$26,725.00 . Shanks stated he wanted to make sure the contract stated if not done in 120 days as stated on the Notice to Proceed there would be a 5% penalty. Johnson asked if a penalty applies to a late clause then is a bonus clause applied if the project is done early; he asked Hermanson for a legal opinion. 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 2016/2017 PURCHASE ORDERS:
2016-2017 Reimburse: 10, Computer Mapping Co., 3900.00, Software Support; Serv.Fee: 73, Fleetcor Technologies, 1364.23, Blanket For Fuel; 74, Fleetcor Technologies, 1275.13, Blanket For Fuel; 75, Card Service Center, 161.84, Blanket for out of county; 76, Burkes Classic Restoration, 268.50, Repairs; 77, Crisis Communications Training Svcs, 300.00, Registration; 78, Stieber, Jon M, 43.00, Reimbursement; 79, Caffey, Justin W, 13.01, Reimbursement;
Detention Center: 327, COPS Products LLC, 499.66, Equipment; 328, Staples, 109.59, Blanket For Supplies; 329, Finish Line Fuels LLC, 578.36, Blanket For Fuel; 330, Card Service Center, 194.20, Blanket For Supplies; 331, McDonald Computer Services LLC, 549.99, Computer; County Sales Tax Fund: 3, Kay County JFA #124183, 309467.79, Tax Collections; General: 541, Newkirk Herald Journal, 25.00, Subscription; 542, Newkirk Herald Journal, 305.85, Publication; 543, Blair, Cody D, 45.36, Blanket For Travel; 544, Southwest Business Products, 93.54, Blanket For Supplies; 545, Clearwater Enterprises, 53.01, Natural Gas Service; 546, OK Natural Gas, 114.01, Gas delivery; 547, AT&T, 95.00, Blanket For Phone Services; 548, OSU Cooperative Extension Serv, 9701.00, Contractual Services; 549, Staples, 134.95, Blanket For Supplies; 550, AT&T, 30.30, Long distance; 551, AT&T, 292.80, Monthly phone bill; 552, AT&T, 517.67, Monthly phone bill; 553, Southwest Business Products, 435.00, Envelopes; 554, Vyve Broadband, 36.08, Cable; 555, Newkirk Herald Journal, 921.37, Blanket for publications; 556, Newkirk Mini-Storage, 480.00, Rent; 557, Stephens, Carole, 82.08, Mileage; 558, Ratliff, Maribeth, 102.60, Mileage; 559, Southwest Business Products, 26.10, Supplies; 560, Ink Technologies LLC, 70.00, Cartridges; 561, Ponca City News, 84.00, Subscription; 562, Secretary of State, 25.00, Notary commission; 563, Ponca City Center LLC, 1416.00, Rent;
Highway: 434, Action Truck Parts, 499.97, Blanket for parts; 435, Embassy Suites - Norman, 180.00, Lodging; 436, Embassy Suites - Norman, 249.00, Lodging; 437, Valk Manufacturing Company, 4064.00, Blades; 438, Warren Cat, 536.12, Parts; 439, Circuit Engineering District #8, 1200.00, Barricades; 440, G & B Auto, 148.00, Blanket for repairs; 441, ACG Materials, 1496.96, Crusher Run; 442, Dish Network, 37.02, Satellite service; 443, Dub Ross Co. Inc., 966.00, Pipe; 444, Johnson, Vance Howard, 134.46, Travel; 445, Hotsy of Oklahoma Inc., 764.06, Service; 446, Hotsy of Oklahoma Inc., 497.79, Repairs; 447, Southwest Business Products, 3.41, Ribbons; 448, ACG Materials, 3194.88, Rock; 449, Cross Oil, 489.50, Fluid; 450, Secretary of State, 25.00, Notary application fee; 451, Kelle Oil Company, 1010.00, Tires; 452, G & B Auto, 2620.00, Tires; 453, Cintas Corporation, 157.23, Medical Supplies; 454, Dolese Bros. Co, 856.31, Rock
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, 12:04 a.m. Motion carried: Johnson, aye; Shanks, aye; Skidmore, aye.
Approved this 3rd day of October, 2016.
VANCE JOHNSON, CHAIRMAN
PAUL SKIDMORE, MEMBER
JASON SHANKS, MEMBER
TAMMY REESE, COUNTY CLERK
COUNTY OF KAY, STATE OF OKLAHOMA
SECRETARY, BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS