The Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) of Kay County, Oklahoma, met in regular session at 9:00 o’clock a.m. on Monday, July 23, 2018, in the Commissioners Court of the Kay County Courthouse in Newkirk, Oklahoma. Notice of the meeting was posted for public information on July 19, 2018, 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 Shanks called the meeting to order. Those present were as follows: Jack Godberson, Member; Paul Skidmore, Member; David Wilkie, Assistant District Attorney (ADA); Susan Keen, Kay County Assessor; Christy Kennedy, Kay County Treasurer; Dennis Bonewell, Emergency Management; Cheryl Howard, Kay County Election Board Secretary; Sean Grigsba, Kay County Undersheriff; Judges Brock, Turner and Bandy; Sean Love and Kim Shanks, Amphitheater Advisory Committee (AAC); Jane Thomas, Newkirk City Manager; Everett Brazil, Newkirk Herald Journal; Claude Williams, Taxpayers for Transparency; Tammy Reese, Secretary/Kay County Clerk. (See sign in sheet).
Chairman Jason Shanks led the Flag Salute.
Motion was made by Skidmore and seconded by Godberson approving regular meeting minutes of July 16, 2018. Motion carried: Shanks, aye; Godberson, aye; Skidmore, aye.
Definitive location for the amphitheater: Sean Love, AAC, presented the BOCC with drawings of location of the amphitheater. Commissioner Godberson asked if the orange flags were noticed where he marked off for the amphitheater location. Godberson said he was alright with the size of the amphitheater but he told the group he was not alright with the location. He went on to say 150’ to the west was wasted. Kim Shanks told measurements were designed according to code and AAC wanted to make sure not to impede on breaking city code laws. Kim Shanks explained she was told they have to allow from the middle of the street 40’ in and an additional 50’ in for the right-of-way. Commissioner Shanks asked where the city came up with their measurements. Newkirk City Manager Jane Thomas said 9th Street is 80’ feet wide so you measure from the center and Maple Street is 110’ wide so you measure in 55’ and that is putting it right inside the sidewalk. She said this is C3 Zoning so there is no setbacks or height restrictions so it could be in 5’ from where the sidewalks are it doesn’t need to be 50’ from sidewalk. Commissioner Shanks so it could be moved back. Kim Shanks said this is new information to the committee. Sean Love said the drawings were based off of information they were given and that’s where the amphitheater landed; he said the original plan was for it to be more south and west. Godberson said in your original request for approval of property location made on July 9, 2018, he asked where did requiring use of the south 1/3 of the property come from. He said the way it is written is as if you had permission to use the south 1/3 of the whole lot. Godberson said he did not like that request for 1/3 of the property to build the amphitheater. Kim Shanks said she is not meaning any disrespect to anyone but driving down main street the AAC wants it be pretty and not tucked away in a corner behind a building, we want it to help Newkirk look beautiful and we are willing to work with you. Commissioner Shanks said it should go in the southwest corner; he said the BOCC could call a short meeting and go out to the location when it is staked out and be done with this. Godberson said it should be no more than 20’ off the sidewalk and get it away from the neighborhood for noise reasons. He mentioned a couple of suggestions on the direction it should be pointed. Sean Love gave reasonings for pointing it to the east and then mentioned Phase II and adding the stone work and pushing everything east. He then talked above the vision as your driving down main street and then mentioned landscaping to enhance the physical appearances. Godberson asked the landscaping ideas and Love told him a couple trees and shrubbery around the theater. ADA Wilkie said statutorily speaking this body is to ensure this courthouse has the room to do what it needs to do. He said speaking as a prosecutor that has handled juvenile cases for the last decade this courthouse is not setup to handle the most vulnerable people. ADA Wilkie said we are not equipped to handle trauma situations nor do we have the ability to handle confidential hearings and if you would visit on Thursday you would understand what you are being told. He went on to say before you approve the location for the amphitheater you need to know what the footprint of the annex is. Commissioner Shanks asked the statute he was referring to and Wilkie replied Title 19 Section 215.36 and he read part of the statute. Commissioner Shanks questioned specifics in the statute stating BOCC must provide client privacy space. Wilkie said he doesn’t have clients and that is not what he meant; he said there are Judges here and they would like to speak. Commissioner Shanks said he didn’t know why we were getting off on this tangent of making this a YOU vs. US. ADA Wilkie said because we can’t approve of an amphitheater until we know the footprint of the annex. Shanks asked the other two commissioners if they were ready to vote. Clerk Reese said she would like to say something; Commissioner Shanks left the meeting and Reese said she would like Commissioner Shanks to hear.
Godberson said the BOCC allowed the Class of 1964 to put up a small monument in the southeast corner. Godberson said he wouldn’t have a problem with the amphitheater being put in the far southwest corner. ADA Wilkie reiterated we need to get a footprint of the annex before moving forward with an amphitheater. Godberson stated once it is built it will be given to the county to maintain, insurance, electric, etc. He said after built it belongs to the county, so if an annex is built and the amphitheater is in the way the county would have the right to tear down the amphitheater. Reese asked ADA Wilkie if the county could statutorily spend county money on an amphitheater. ADA Wilkie said he would have to look into the matter. Commissioner Skidmore said the annex would eventually hide the view of the amphitheater. Kim Shanks said she understood that and stated that is why they are fighting for the 1/3 of the property. Godberson said are you aware that if the BOCC allows for this to happen that in 10-20 years or whenever the annex is built the amphitheater could possibly be torn down. Kim Shanks said as a taxpayer and asking people to make Newkirk beautiful she did not won’t to use those donations to tear it down. Godberson said the county did not buy that piece of property for the use of an amphitheater. Sean Love said the AAC was told by the BOCC they could do this project and felt we were past the point of discussing whether or not we can have an amphitheater because we have already been told yes. He told of the time and effort that has already gone into this project; he said we are ready to begin with Phase I and asked for a specific location. Love said they met with architects and was told the space is ample enough for four courthouses; he said they have raised the funds and they are ready for an answer from the BOCC. Love said he came into the project later than most and is just now hearing both sides and said he is internally struggling with decisions because he understands the courthouse needs as well. He went on to say these issues should have been covered before this ever started. Godberson said (Shanks returned to meeting) on August 14, 2017 when the AAC first came to the county requesting an amphitheater the BOCC had a stand-in commissioner attending the first or second meeting he had ever attended and one commissioner who should have abstained from voting because of his involvement with this project, however, it did pass approval. Love said the decision has been made and the AAC just wants to know where they can put it; he said we are asking for the south 1/3 of the property for the vision but would be willing to work with the BOCC on the location. Godberson suggested putting in the southwest corner of the lot as far away from the courthouse as you can get. ADA Wilkie again stated we need to know the footprint of the annex before any decisions are made. Love said they know the footprint of the amphitheater but not of the annex and you don’t even know when the annex is going to happen or if it’s going to happen. Much discussion, from Love, was made regarding where and how to utilize the 1/3 for the amphitheater. Clerk Reese said she felt the county was not being very good stewards of county funds when we spent over $200,000 to buy the land, to tear down the school to put up an amphitheater; she said that is lot of county money spent if it’s not going to be utilized for county purposes. Kim Shanks said when she was working on square footage she discovered it was 164,000 square feet and the AAC is asking for 45,000 square feet. Godberson said we are not going to give up 1/3 of this property. He said the BOCC has already okayed property for the amphitheater so we are up a creek. ADA Wilkie said my viewpoint on this matter is very simple, we need to know the footprint of the annex before the ACC moves forward. He said the county purchased that land for county purposes and before we start utilizing too much of this property we need to consider utilizing the property for the county as a priority. ADA Wilkie said the Judges are here to speak on behalf of this matter. Kim Shanks suggested working from the southeast corner, where other memorials are, instead of working off two separate corners. Godberson said the AAC would not be allowed to have the front part of the property and felt like that had already been made clear. Godberson referred to the Chairman to take the floor and Reese asked if the Judges were going to be allowed to speak. Judge Brock told she works on the DHS side with children; she said there are three courtrooms with four very, very busy Judges. She told they were scrambling to find space to use and said they have even had to use the BOCC courtroom on several occasions. Judge Brock told how she sees people from all over Kay County and citizens from every area in Kay County are coming to this courthouse every day. She said due to financial reasons the courthouse in Ponca City had to be released even making court space harder to find; she said the case load did not slow down but has actually increased. Judge Brock said hearings are being pushed back and not getting heard in a timely manner because there is no space to conduct business. She told about the cases that take higher priority and explained the system. She told about people needing access to the courts for custody, property disputes and told how they are being pushed out because of the higher priority cases that must be heard first. Judge Turner said we didn’t give up the courthouse in Ponca City we lost it due to federal funding. He said now we have four Judges needing court room space. Judge Turner told how the filings have increased over the years; he told what the public does not see is the number of cases of juvenile deprives, juvenile delinquents that are sealed from public view that have increased astronomically. He said five years ago we did not have any idea we would lose the Ponca office and five years from now we don’t know what to expect, but as for today, we are falling all over ourselves we are so covered up. Judge Turner said Osage County built an annex years ago and they don’t have anywhere near the cases or Judges we have in Kay County. He said he loved Newkirk and the rural community and appreciates what the AAC is doing. Judge Turner said the annex will serve multiple purposes, making the court system work better and provide more space to get more done, and an annex will enhance the beauty of Newkirk and firmly trenches forever that Newkirk is the county seat. He said he was in favor of the annex first. Judge Bandy explained how limited their time is with juvenile delinquents and told about some cases where they have had to travel to Woodward for example to meet with them. Godberson asked if they could do this by satellite and Bandy said they have to have a face-to-face not a visual. Judge Brock talked about meeting with attorneys/clients on deprived docket (she explained a deprived docket), she said their case load has doubled and they are in triple digits on cases being filed. Brock talked about the children rights and told they are meeting with attorneys, DHS workers, etc. and all of that takes place here at the courthouse. She said children are placed in foster homes all over the state and Kay County is where they come to court and where they meet. Shanks asked Election Board Secretary Cheryl Howard how long it would take to get the annex on a ballot. Treasurer Kennedy asked why it needed to be placed on a ballot. Howard said 75 days prior to a state election. Treasurer Kennedy questioned it being on the ballot because we are not asking for any money. Commissioner Shanks asked where are we going to get the money to build an annex? Reese said we have to save. Kennedy said we are not ready to build because we have to save. Shanks said an architect is going to charge you a percentage of what it costs to build. Kennedy said we are aware of that and all we are asking is to do things in the right order; she said we are asking to get a plan in place to see what we need monetarily. Shanks said two weeks ago someone was going to look into that and it never happened. Kennedy said we can’t do anything until the BOCC approves it. Shanks said he is not going to build a building without the constituent’s approval it is too much money. Reese said she is not in favor of asking constituents for money to build. Kennedy said none of us in this room have said we are ready let’s build; she said what our issue has been from the beginning is we want to have a plan. Kennedy said this is not the first-time people have asked for this property and it won’t be the last. Shanks asked who wanted the property and Kennedy said they wanted parking area for the gym. Love asked if this needs to be put on hold or can they move forward and stated he would like an answer today. He said the AAC is asking for 1/3 of the property and he asked if they need to shrink down the size. Godberson asked if they were okay with the southwest corner. Love said his concern is turning the angle and crowd control, and future parking lot for an annex, and the amphitheater possibly being torn down and it being a waste. Godberson said according to some it could be 10-15 years before an annex is built. Kennedy stated the whole thing boils down to we have not been allowed to explore this and we have no idea what we need, space we need, the money amount and we have been put in that position. Kennedy said it is about priority and we are putting the amphitheater before the annex. Love said he feels like it does make sense to know where the annex will be so they will know where they can put the amphitheater and if the annex is going to happen it is a priority, but he said that is a whole new can of worms. He said the AAC needs a yes or no. Skidmore asked if it could be built in the corner. Love said he would have to take it back to the drawing board and figure out space. Skidmore asked if they could build in the corner and utilize that space. Love said he couldn’t speak for everyone and more discussion continued. Kim Shanks asked if the BOCC were amphitheater donators would they be happy tucked in the corner to make Newkirk more beautiful and better. Godberson said on the county’s behalf it is going to be tucked in the corner because this is county property and that is what we bought it for. More discussion about where the annex and parking would be and money raised for Phase I of the amphitheater. Kim Shanks said the AAC voted on 1/3 of the property and stated we are in a different place than you. She then suggested to the BOCC to table for a whole year. Godberson talked about Charlie Adams Day and how the whole courtyard is covered but come Monday morning it’s business as usual; he said you are asking for 1/3 of this lot and he thought it could be downsized. Skidmore asked the structure size of the amphitheater and if they could move forward with just the structure and then more discussion happened. Love asked the projection of time to save for an annex and Kennedy said she couldn’t project something that she hasn’t been allowed to study. Skidmore asked if the courthouse could utilize the amphitheater and was told yes it was for the entire community. Then much discussion was made on whether or not to table and how long to table. City Manager Jane Thomas said both projects are important and if you could get a footprint of an annex then you would know how the rest of the land can be utilized; she suggested having a study done for an annex. Skidmore said going out for an architect is going to cost a lot of money. Kim Shanks recommended Agora as an architect for the county.
Godberson made a motion to Table the location of amphitheater for six months for further review of an annex.
Public statement was made by Carolyn Kahle on behalf of the amphitheater.
Godberson again made a motion to Table the location of amphitheater for six months and in that six months has asked the AAC to draw up another plan for it to be in the very far southwest corner 10’-15’ off sidewalk.
Kim Shanks said she would like the county to plan for the annex and go from there, to plan around the county, she said that would probably be the best.
Skidmore said his vote would be to allow them the southwest corner; Godberson said he would rescind his motion. Skidmore said the amphitheater can be utilized by the county, Charlie Adams Day; Shanks said when they start building the amphitheater the BOCC can be out there to show them where they can build.
Skidmore made a motion to put in the southwest corner. Sean Love said we can’t agree to that because of the restrictions/limitations; he said they need to know the specifics. Skidmore said can we make a motion to put it in the southwest corner using city codes. Love talked about Phase III and where people would sit. Skidmore said we are just talking about Phase I and the structure. Discussion broke out about the different Phases and what each Phase represented. Questions were asked about the Phases. Then seating was discussed. Love then asked for a border. Skidmore said his motion was for the southwest corner. Godberson brought up the city zoning and more discussion continued. Godberson said to put in the very far corner as close as it can be placed. Discussion regarding parking, tearing down, etc.
Godberson asked Reese what the motion was. Reese said Skidmore made a motion to put Phase I of the amphitheater in the southwest corner. Skidmore then asked Kim Shanks what Phase I was and Ms. Shanks said Phase I is the cement slab, Phase II is the polygon structure and Phase III is electrical, sidewalks and landscaping. Skidmore said all he is suggesting is the electrical, slab/structure and sidewalk. Sidewalk discussion was made.
Godberson asked Reese to repeat the motion. Reese said Skidmore made a motion to put the amphitheater in the southwest corner, Phase I with electrical, slab and structure. Kim Shanks said the committee is not prepared to do the electrical at this time; she said to put in conduit for the electrical is to come in Phase III. She said all we are ready to do is the conduit and slab. Money for Phase II and the handouts of the different Phases was discussed. Completion of project was discussed and then funding was mentioned. Location in southwest corner was discussed.
Reese said we have a motion on the floor to put Phase I of the amphitheater in the southwest corner, Phase I being conduit and slab and told Skidmore that was his motion. Skidmore said we need to see the city zoning ordinances. Discussion was made regarding zoning matters. Love said he was not comfortable with this because it seemed like his committee work was being done in a city meeting; he said he thinks this matter needs to be tabled so the committee can get their plans in order. Love said he is asking for a much shorter time frame than the six months that was mentioned earlier; he said give us a month. Commissioner Shanks said we will take no action at this time.
Quotes to purchase polling booths, and storage and delivery of booths for elections: Election Board Secretary Cheryl Howard told she received quotes from the following on 16 polling booths: Government Forms & Supplies-$14,404.00, ElectionIQ LLC-$14,729.17, Mascot Metropolitan/Tutto Luggage-$14,403.00, Inclusion-Solutions-$13,950.90; Storage & Delivery: Gregg Storage (storage only)-$450.00 per year, Dempewolf-No Storage or Delivery, Pack Rat Storage-No Storage or Delivery, James McIntosh-$95.00 per hour (delivery only)
Motion was made by Shanks and seconded by Skidmore approving and accepting quotes from Inclusion-Solutions-$13,950.90 on the polling booths, Gregg Storage (storage only)-$450.00 per year, and James McIntosh-$95.00 per hour (delivery only) to be paid for out of the General Government Maintenance & Operation Account. Howard submitted a letter to the BOCC requesting Inclusion Solutions stating better quality of voting booths, sturdiness and customer service as her reason for selection. Motion carried: Shanks, aye; Godberson, aye; Skidmore, aye.
Cooperative Agreement USDA-APHIS Wildlife Services and BOCC: Chairman Shanks said DA Hermanson was not comfortable with the wording on Item 2 of the Agreement stating The Cooperative shall provide funds as outlined in the “supplement” to this cooperative agreement. Shanks said after speaking with Mr. Scott Alis, Asst. Director USDA/APHIS/WS OK he agreed to change the wording from “supplement” to “invoice”. Shanks told each Highway District would pay $800 to cover the total cost of $2,400 for services to augment the wildlife damage management activities.
Motion was made by Shanks and seconded by Skidmore approving Cooperative Agreement USDA-APHIS Wildlife Services and BOCC with above noted changes. Motion carried: Shanks, aye; Godberson, aye; Skidmore, aye.
Contract between Eastern Oklahoma Youth Services and Kay County for Juvenile Detention Services at Northwest Oklahoma Regional Juvenile Detention Center, $65.84 per child per day: Undersheriff Grigsba said Sheriff Kelley did not recommend using this facility due to the high rates. ADA Wilkie said it was one of the best Juvenile Detention Centers in the state and very therapeutic; he said he didn’t like the things that were happening to kids in some of the other facilities. Undersheriff Grigsba said the Sheriff’s Department didn’t get the choice of who to work with it’s decided by the BOCC. Discussion was made regarding costs, facilities, etc.
Public statement was made by Carolyn Kahle in support of this facility per ADA Wilkie’s request.
Motion was made by Shanks and seconded by Skidmore approving Contract between Eastern Oklahoma Youth Services and Kay County for Juvenile Detention Services at Northwest Oklahoma Regional Juvenile Detention Center, $65.84 per child per day. Motion carried: Shanks, aye; Godberson, aye; Skidmore, aye.
Road and Bridge Projects/Circuit Engineering District (CED) No.8 Road and Bridge Projects: Commissioner
Godberson said crews were blading, hauling materials, mowing ditches, spraying ditches and intersections district wide, putting rip rap around bridges on Pecan Rd. and putting new culvert pipe in on Cowboy Hill Rd.
Commissioner Shanks noted crews were working on Waverly and Ranch, finished up at Coleman Rd., will start rocking at Ranch Dr., blading, mowing on River Rd. and putting in a pipe at “R” and Earth Rd.
Commissioner Skidmore said his crews have been weed eating, spraying weeds around pedestals, mowing right-of-way and bridges and trimming trees. He stated crews have ripped shale at Smethers Pit, worked on road signs, picked up trash, patched black top, graded roads, hauled sand and shale, and cleaned culverts. He told crews have hauled off free rock and shale from an oil service pad (given to county). Blue Sky Construction has the framework of the new building up. Skidmore said crews serviced a truck and made repairs to a dump truck tarp. This week crews will shale 140th south of Hwy. 60 and grade and roller compact.
Motion was made by Skidmore and seconded by Godberson approving Res#18, 19-29 Transfer of Tommy Lift and Res#18, 19-30 2014 Ford F150 Pickup from CED to District#2 per Resolutions. Motion carried: Shanks, aye; Godberson, aye; Skidmore, aye.
Motion was made by Godberson and seconded by Skidmore approving the following Kay County Monthly Reports for June 2018: Court Clerk. Motion carried: Shanks, aye; Godberson, aye; Skidmore, aye.
ADA David Wilkie left the BOCC meeting to attend court; Wilkie was substituted by ADA Tom Lane.
Motion was made by Godberson and seconded by Skidmore approving the following Resolutions to Dispose of Equipment: Res#18, 19-25, Sheriff Department, X-26 Taser, junked. Motion carried: Shanks, aye; Godberson, aye; Skidmore, aye.
Motion was made by Skidmore and seconded by Godberson approving Res#18, 19-27 directing the Treasurer to issue payment of $40,000 reimbursing OCCEDB for ETR CR 8-36-3(31) Loan for Dist#3. Clerk Reese said Commissioner Skidmore directed her to start the process to reimburse payment because he was not going to be using the funds. Motion carried: Shanks, aye; Godberson, aye; Skidmore, aye.
Motion was made by Godberson and seconded by Skidmore approving the following Resolutions to Deposit Funds: Res#18, 19-26, LEPC Grant-$1,000.00, LEPC Tier II payment; Res#18, 19-28, Highway Dist#1-$67.00, State of Oklahoma, unclaimed property. Motion carried: Shanks, aye; Godberson, aye; Skidmore, aye.
Motion was made by Godberson and seconded by Skidmore approving the following Transfer of Appropriations: Hwy. Dist#2 BIA Maintenance Agreement-$28,423.98 to Capital Outlay; Hwy. Dist#2 BIA 6 Bridges Project-$70,000.00 to Blacktop Maintenance; General Government Maintenance & Operation (M&O)-$30,000.00 to Juvenile Shelter M&O; Sheriff General Maintenance & Operations -$10,705.60 to Lease Purchase. Motion carried: Shanks, aye; Godberson, aye; Skidmore, aye.
Motion was made by Shanks and seconded by Skidmore approving Transfer of Funds/Error Correction separating the PBA Accounts in the new Chart of Accounts for balancing purposes. Treasurer Kennedy explained this will put all the PBA Accounts (PBA Tonkawa, Ponca City, PTC Schools and KCD#3) in a separate fund for better transparency. Motion carried: Shanks, aye; Godberson, 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.
ADA Tom Lane left the meeting to attend court (10:40 a.m.).
Motion was made by Skidmore and seconded by Godberson approving Payroll Claims with warrants to be released on July 30, 2019, Maintenance & Operation Claims and Blanket Purchase Orders. Motion carried: Shanks, aye; Godberson, aye; Skidmore, aye.
FY 2017/2018 PURCHASE ORDERS:
General 2445, Ultimate Pest Management LLC, 778.00, Lawn Care; 2446, Ultimate Pest Management LLC, 52.00, Pest Control; 2447, Cintas Corporation, 199.83, Medical Supplies; 2448, OK Natural Gas, 113.39, Billing; 2449, National Center Employee Development, 258.00, Lodging; 2450, OK Juvenile Justice SVCS, 1840.00, Juvenile Detention; 2451, Ink Technologies LLC, 465.00, Toner; 2452, Village Screen Print, 291.25, Shirts; Health 456, OK Natural Gas, 109.83, Billing; 457, J & P Supply, 24.80, Supplies;
Highway 1952, Pioneer Technology Center, 40.00, Safety course; 1953, Stolhand Heating & Air, 12835.00, Heater; 1954, City of Blackwell, 375.76, Billing; 1955, City of Blackwell, 368.21, Billing; 1956, Encounter Wireless Service, 41.00, Internet; 1957, Railroad Yard, 1260.00, Pipe; PBA 53, Ultimate Pest Management LLC, 155.00, Lawn Care; Resale 133, Forte, 46.00, E check fees; SH Svc Fee 446, Hi-Fi Systems Inc, 450.00, Camera; 447, Creppel, Charles Dale, 210.00, Juvenile Transports; 448, Payne, Derek Randall, 222.00, Juvenile Transports; 449, Dilbeck, Brandon L., 36.00, Juvenile Transports; 450, Locke, Wade S., 282.00, Juvenile Transports; 451, Petsense, 195.97, Supplies
FY 2018/2019 PURCHASE ORDERS:
Assr Rev Fee 3, McDonald Computer Services LLC, 50.00, Antivirus; 4, Briggs Hardware, 29.99, Coffee Maker; General 21, ACCO, 4250.00, Dues; 22, ACCO-SIF, 200489.00, Workers Comp; 23, ACCO-SIG, 184852.00, Property Ins ; 24, American Telephone Inc, 4290.00, Support; 25, Axon Enterprises, INC, 1353.00, Tasers; 26, Cintas Corporation, 312.61, Supplies; 27, CODA, 100.00, Registration; 28, CODA, 100.00, Registration; 29, DA Council, 22375.00, Civil Litigation ; 30, DA Council, 25000.00, Task Force; 31, Fuelman, 1565.85, ; 32, Fuelman, 1661.55, ; 33, Galaxie Business, 119.00, Maintenance; 34, GG Telecom, 405.00, Subscription; 35, Kay County Election Board, 168.00, Election expenses; 36, Kellpro Computer, 500.00, Software Licenses; 37, Kellpro Computer, 2847.00, Licensing; 38, Kellpro Computer, 15094.20, Software Licenses; 39, Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home, 265.00, Charity burial; 40, Newkirk Mini-Storage, 480.00, Storage; 41, Northern Ok Court Services Inc., 2750.00, Community Service Coordinator; 42, OSU Cooperative Extension Serv, 11249.00, Contractual Services; 43, Ponca City News, 96.00, Subscription; 44, Postmaster, 144.00, Lease; 45, ROCIC, 300.00, Fees; Health 6, AT&T, 295.98, Phone; 7, Walters, Ashley, 186.12, Travel; 8, Sigrid Krause, 93.06, Travel; 9, McDonald Electric, 188.00, Service;
Highway 23, ACG Materials, 6250.00, Rock; 24, Unifirst Holdings Inc, 996.24, Uniforms ; 25, Cintas Corporation, 69.64, Supplies; 26, Rolling Prairie, 43.80, Service; 27, KanOkla Networks, 35.00, Internet; 28, Deere Credit Inc, 1502.61, Lease; 29, AT&T, 413.66, Phone; 30, Standley Systems Inc, 33.00, Maintenance; 31, Cintas Corporation, 81.64, Supplies; 32, John Deere Financial, 240.00, Parts; 33, Rolling Prairie, 271.10, Service; 34, Locke Auto Parts, 285.40, Parts; 35, Cross Oil, 17485.34, Fuel; 36, Two Rivers Coop, 87.50, Chemicals; 37, Railroad Yard, 4800.00, ; 38, ACG Materials, 1874.69, Rock; 39, Take Ten Tire, 745.80, Tires; 40, Two Rivers Consumers Coop Assn, 611.50, Chemicals; 41, Cross Oil, 4293.25, Oil; 42, P & K Equipment Inc, 2139.21, Parts; 43, Godberson, Jack, 102.02, Mileage; 44, Shanks, Jason R., 106.82, Mileage; 45, CODA, 100.00, Registration; 46, Take Ten Tire, 2031.00, Tires;
PBA 1, Choate, Calie Jo, 1400.00, Contractual Services; RM&P 1, Kellpro Computer, 3415.80, Software Licenses; SH Svc Fee 1, Main, Kevin L., 78.00, Transports
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 Shanks and seconded by Godberson
to adjourn, 10:00 a.m. Motion carried: Shanks, aye; Godberson, aye; Skidmore, aye.
Approved this 30th day of July, 2018.
JASON SHANKS, CHAIRMAN
JACK GODBERSON, MEMBER
PAUL SKIDMORE, MEMBER
TAMMY REESE, COUNTY CLERK
COUNTY OF KAY, STATE OF OKLAHOMA SECRETARY,
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS