Monday, October 30, 2006
The Board of County Commissioners of Kay
County, Oklahoma, met in regular session at on
Chairman Leven called the meeting to order. Those present were as follows: Wayne Leven, Chairman; Dee Schieber, Vice-Chairman; Laile Wilson, Member; Everette Van Hoesen, Sheriff; Judy Barnes, Assessor; Pat Schieber, Treasurer; Larry Klumpp, OSU Extension; Carol Kellum, Election Board Secretary; Mary Ramey, Court Clerk; Charles Abbott, Blackwell Journal Tribune; Wayne White, Newkirk Herald; Sharon Rowen, Ponca City News; Tammy Reese, Kay County Clerk/Secretary (see sign in sheet).
Motion was made by
Jail Issues: Sheriff reported inmate count of 124. Sheriff said he contacted Todd Robinson, a
contractor, about the faulty doors.
Commissioner Leven said he would contact
Commissioner Schieber said Circuit Engineering District No. 8 would be meeting again on Friday to finalize list to go before ODOT. Leven’s STP job is No. 1 on the list (Waverly and Hubbard).
Motion was made by Schieber and seconded by
Motion was made by Leven and seconded by
Schieber approving Memorandum of Agreement between The Bureau of Indian Affairs
and Kay County, Oklahoma. Project is for
the reconstruction of the county roadway located east of Newkirk at NS335 and
EW10 and commencing three miles north then one mile west to NS334 and
EW07. This project is referred to as “
No action was taken on group health, dental, vision and life quote from Mike Loftis. Due to the time frame of switching providers, Mr. Loftis said he could not get the needed detailed information, example, health background on all employees and retirees situation. He feels it would be a worthwhile endeavor and possibly save the county 20% below current rates. In May/June of 2007 he would like to get an application on each employee should the county still show interest in changing health care provider.
Motion was made by Wilson and seconded by
Schieber approving the following Resolutions: Res#6, 7-90, Deposit to the Highway Cash
Fund-$1,797.79, Dist#1, State of Oklahoma, Department of Emergency Management
(FEMA Portion)-$1,489.88; State of Oklahoma, Department of Emergency Mgmt (FEMA
Sub grantee Admin. Costs)-$59.60; State of Oklahoma, Department of Emergency
Mgmt (State paid portion)-$248.31;
Oklahoma Wildfire Disaster (FEMA-1623-DR-OK); Res#6, 7-91, Deposit to
the Child Abuse Prevention Cash Fund-$137.85, Juror Donations. Motion carried; Schieber, aye; Leven, aye;
Motion was made by
Schieber and seconded by
Motion was made by Schieber
and seconded by
Motion was made by
Motion was made by Wilson
and seconded by Schieber approving Kay County’s 2006-07 Budget at 92% in the
amount of $4,179,505.87 (the dollar amount is different than amount
Commissioners approved on October 23, 2006, the amount approved earlier did not
include FEMA Account in the “total budget” allowed), budget prepared by Dona
Brown, Budget Maker with Yadon & Putnam.
Motion carried: Schieber, aye;
FY 2007 Purchase Orders:
2006-2007 EMA: 51, Allegiance Communications, 16.35, Cable Service; General: 831, City of Newkirk, 11021.73, electric bill; 823, Caskey Pest Control, 50.00, Pest Control; 826, Southwest Business Products, 96.40, Supplies; 829, Southwest Business Products, 132.60, Cleaning Tape For Tape Drive; 827, NAPA, 24.86, Battery; 824, Page Plus Inc., 155.05, Blanket; 832, Supply First, 42.64, Supplies; 834, Barnes, Judy Ann, 161.69, Travel; 833, Flex One, 25.00, service fee for accounts; 825, Birch Telecom, 5.40, Blanket; 822, United Linen, 94.20, Blanket; 828, Clearwater Enterprises, 1014.00, Gas bill; 830, Powell Funeral Home, 300.00, Charity burial;
Health: 148, OK Natural Gas, 70.52, Gas usage For Ponca; 145, Pitney Bowes, 186.00, Postal Meter Quarterly Service; 140, Southwest Business Products, 35.82, OFFICE SUPPLIES; 142, Southwest Business Products, 22.30, Staples; 149, Ponca City Business Systems, 109.60, Copier contract; 143, U.S. Postal Service, 1000.00, Postage; 138, Mac Systems, 350.00, Fire Alarm Inspection; 141, Bank Of The West, 7960.13, Loan Payment; 147, Four Seasons Lawn Care, 35.00, Lawn Care; 144, AT&T Long Distance, 118.86, Long Distance Phone Serv.; 146, AT&T Long Distance, 43.78, Long distance-Blackwell; 139, Channing Bete Company, Inc., 4685.00, Supplies; Highway: 641, OK Natural Gas, 35.97, Gas service; 623, Kelle Oil Company, 552.70, Tires & Misc.; 629, Kelle Oil Company, 294.06, Tires & Misc; 639, Kelle Oil Company, 1523.80, Tires & Mounts; 648, City of Blackwell, 336.42, Monthly Utilities; 634, Sober Brothers, 1585.00, Bridge construction; 622, Blackwell True Value Hardware, 44.26, Blanket; 635, Southwest Business Products, 28.00, Notary stamp; 633, PC Concrete, 3140.00, Concrete; 625, Southwest Truck Parts, 495.39, Blanket; 631, Sunbelt Equipment & Supply, 564.48, Iron; 624, Blackwell Equipment, 299.83, Blanket; 644, Cordells Diesel Service, 89.40, Parts & supplies; 642, Turner Radiator & Air Cond., 50.00, Services; 637, Blackwell Coop, 69.60, Herbicide; 632, Dub Ross Co. Inc., 347.40, Pipe; 638, O Reilly Auto Parts, 235.99, Parts & supplies; 646, Western Uniform Service, 447.82, Uniforms; 626, Cintas, 610.09, Blanket; 627, Power Plan, 2126.44, Parts & supplies; 636, Power Plan, 341.85, Repairs; 650, Schieber, Dee, 65.86, Travel; 630, Advantage Auto Glass, 320.00, windshield; 643, Advantage Auto Glass, 405.00, windshield; 649, North, Richard, 15.00, Travel; 640, AT&T, 130.23, Telephone Service; 647, AT&T Long Distance, 29.73, Long distance; 628, G & C CONCRETE CO, 351.00, Class A Concrete; 645, ALLTEL, 56.97, TELEPHONE; Jail Cash Fund: 84, Kay Office Equipment, 1677.00, Copier maintenance; 83, Central Oklahoma Youth Service, 446.40, Juvenile Detention; 82, Allegiance Communications, 36.59, Blanket; LEPC Grant Cash Fund: 5, Arbys, 130.49, Lunch; PBA: 9, Caskey Pest Control, 42.00, Pest Control; 10, Ricks Magic Wand, Reimburse: 5, Staples, 439.13, Supplies; Serv.Fee: 34, Bob Howard Dodge, 23420.00, Police Interceptor; Sheriff Grant Fund: 3, Applied Concepts, 1153.00, RADAR
Details’ concerning the above listed
purchase orders/claims are available in the
There being no other business, motion was made by Schieber and
Approved this 6th day of November, 2006.
WAYNE LEVEN, CHAIRMAN
DEE SCHIEBER, VICE-CHAIRMAN
LAILE WILSON, MEMBER
SECRETARY, BOARD OF