Board of County Commissioners of Kay County, Oklahoma, met in regular session
Chairman Wilson called the meeting to order. Those present were as follows: Laile Wilson, Chairman; Wayne Leven, Vice-Chairman; Dee Schieber, Member; Sarah Hobbs, Ponca City News; Rog Allen, KACYFM Radio; Larry Klumpp, OSU Extension Office; Chad Otto, OSU Extension Office; Phil Ross, Assistant District Attorney; Pat Schieber, County Treasurer, Carol Kellum, Election Board; Glenda Emerson, Court Clerk; Everette VanHoesen, Kay County Sheriff; Tammy Reese, Kay County Clerk/Secretary (see sign in sheet).
Motion was made by
Motion was made by Schieber
and seconded by Leven to pay OJA Claim in the amount of $3116.25. Motion carried:
Motion was made by Leven
and seconded by Schieber approving a proposal made by Assistant District
Attorney Phil Ross for a temporary holding site for methamphetamine lab
materials for later delivery to hazmat contractor. Motion carried:
Larry Klumpp from the OSU Extension Office introduced new County Extension Agriculture Agent, Chad Otto.
Leven tabled to approve/disapprove Kay County Home Finance Authority Audit to be discussed in the Kay County Home Finance meeting immediately following Commissioner’s meeting.
Leven tabled Carol Kellum’s request to transfer overtime money into Personal Service Fund instead of Part-Time Fund.
Dave May with Northern Oklahoma Youth Service presented a proposal for funding to reduce the rate of juvenile delinquency, particularly juvenile violent crime in the amount of $38, 838.00. Leven stated that the proposal was for a great cause but because we do not have the funding we would have to decline.
Motion was made by Leven
and Schieber seconded to approve Chairman Wilson to sign Proxy’s for Fidelity
ContraFund Nationwide Life Insurance Company.
Motion was made by Schieber and seconded by Leven approving the following Resolution:
Highway Cash Fund-City of
Motion was made by Leven and seconded by Schieber to approve the following monthly reports from the Court Clerk’s office:
Blackwell Division-Dec 2004, Exhibit A
Newkirk Division-Dec 2004, Exhibit C
Leven tabled approving/disapproving a uniform payroll plan.
The following purchase orders/claims were approved for payment:
FY2005 PURCHASE ORDERS:
CERTIFICATION FEE FUND, MAINT.: 912, Corporate Express-$8.88; 1996, Southwest Business Products-$535.52
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY FUND, MAINT.: 2607, AT&T-$7.95; 2687, Allegiance Communications-$13.29; PERSONAL SERVICE: 2692, Kay County-$226.33
GENERAL FUND, MAINT.: 2606, AT&T-$11.36; 2608, AT&T-$9.71; 2632, CODA-$120.00; 2634, AT&T-$19.29; 2637, AT&T-$11.50; 2650, Pitney Bowes-$110.00; 2652, AT&T Wireless-$25.13; 2658, Sac & Fox Juvenile Detention-$561.99; 2659, Eastern Okla. Youth Services-$2451.68; 2671, AT&T-$7.95; 2673, Kay Office Equipment-$150.00; 2674, BancFirst-$342.00; 2675, Central National Bank-$52.00, 2676, American Telephone Inc.-$50.00; 2677, Galaxie Business-$236.24; 2699, AT&T-$21.06; 2706, AT&T-$9.39; PERSONAL SERVICE: 2688, Kay County-$161.35
HEALTH FUND, MAINT: 2490, Holts Toner Source-$60.00; 2610, Debra Ramsey-$135.00; 2694, SBC Long Distance-$141.88; 2695, OK Natural Gas-$655.61; 2696, AT&T Wireless-$101.69; 2697, SBC-$181.51; 2698, Kay County-$5981.91; 2707, Language Line Services-$49.75
HIGHWAY FUND, MAINT.: 115, Lowe’s Companies Inc.-$260.93; 2047,
Blackwell Auto Parts-$269.61; 2199, Southwest Truck Parts-$985.61; 2333,
Cintas-$663.96; 2389, NAPA-$586.04; 2029, Advanced Warnings-$65.10; 2155, Kelle
Oil Company-$363.26; 2509, Farm Plan-$1203.60; 2513, ACCO-$1333.33; 2523,
Supply First-$14.80; 2524, Blackwell Coop-$55.22; 2569, OK Natural Gas-$54.37;
2600, ACCO-$1333.34; 2633, Caskey Pest Control-$58.00; 2639, PCWAN LLC-$39.00;
2640, Cross Oil-$744.60; 2641, Centerpoint Energy Arkla-$233.07; 2642,
SBC-$103.34; 2644, AT&T-$36.91; 2655, Kelle Oil Company-$567.76; 2672,
Pioneer Hydraulics-$30.30; 2684, AT&T Wireless-$72.43; 2700, ACCO-$1333.33;
PBA HEALTH FUND, MAINT.: 2667, David & Lisa O’Neal-$635.00
LIEN FEE FUND, MAINT.: 2358, Southwest Business Products-$2600.00
The following resale claims were noted:
Details concerning the
above listed purchase orders/claims are available in the
There being no other
business, motion was made by Schieber and seconded by Leven to adjourn. Motion carried:
Approved this 31st day of January, 2005.
LAILE WILSON, CHAIRMAN
WAYNE LEVEN, VICE-CHAIRMAN
DEE SCHIEBER, MEMBER
SECRETARY, BOARD OF