August 24, 2015
The Board of County Commissioners of Creek County (BOCC) met in Regular Session on Monday, August 24, 2015 at 9:00 a.m., date and time duly posted.
Item #1: Meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m. by Chairman, Newt Stephens Jr.
Item #2: Roll Call Stephens present, Whitehouse present, and
Item #3: Commissioner Stephens led the Pledge of Allegiance.
Item #4: Commissioner Stephens spoke the Invocation.
Item #5: Motion was made by Stewart and seconded by Whitehouse to approve the minutes of August 17, 2015. Vote as follows: Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.
Item #6: Motion was made by Whitehouse and seconded by Stewart to approve Transfer $587,761.52 from CV-2 Resale Treasurer FY2014-2015 to CV-2 Resale Treasurer FY2016; Blanket Purchase Orders #1390 – 1417; Purchase Orders #2014-2015 HIGHWAY: 2173, GRISSOM IMPLEMENT INC, 230.03, MATERIALS; SHERIFF SERVICE FEES: 584, National Rifle Association, 595.00, REGISTRATION; CO JAIL MAINTENANCE: 590, National Rifle Association, 595.00, REGISTRATION; HIGHWAY TAX: 659, Wilson Culverts, Inc, 1348.80, Pipe; 660, Wilson Culverts, Inc, 1824.00, Pipe; 2015-2016 GENERAL: 438, THOMSON-WEST, 1766.55, Law Books & Services; 439, COMDATA, 9861.81, FUEL; 440, SIRCHIE, 261.95, SUPPLIES; 441, A T & T MOBILITY, 942.33, SERVICE; 442, LAW ENFORCEMENT SYSTEMS INC, 96.00, SUPPLIES; 443, REGIONAL TIRE & AUTO INC, 289.00, MAINTENANCE; 444, SILVER BULLET PEST CONTROL, PEST SERVICES INC, 100.00, SERVICE; 445, COX COMMUNICATIONS, 107.50, SERVICE; 446, SUPERIOR LAMP INC, 4051.02, LIGHT BULBS; 447, Jan Pro Of Tulsa, 100.00, JANITORIAL; 448, COX COMMUNICATIONS, 32.25, SERVICE; 449, OSU CO-OP EXT SERVICE, 7728.00, CONTRACT SERVICES; 450, FOOD & FAMILY MAGAZINE, 13.98, SUBSCRIPTION; 451, Neopost/Neofunds, 300.00, POSTAGE; 452, COX COMMUNICATIONS, 96.75, SERVICE; 453, Jan Pro Of Tulsa, 100.00, JANITORIAL; 454, FUELMAN/FLEETCOR TECHNOLOGIES, 150.20, FUEL; 455, GREEN HILL FUNERAL HOME, 185.00, CREMATION; 456, JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL, 28.71, Labor & Materials; 457, CITY OF SAPULPA, 1356.42, UTILITIES; 458, UPS STORE #3965, 10.17, SHIPMENT FEES; 459, Jan Pro Of Tulsa, 150.00, JANITORIAL; 460, WESTLAKE ACE HARDWARE, 240.87, MATERIALS; 461, I M S, 485.26, SUPPLIES; 462, O N G, 244.96, SERVICE; 463, COX COMMUNICATIONS, 33.99, SERVICE; 464, COX COMMUNICATIONS, 664.50, EQUIP/FEES; 465, FARMERS FEED, 34.00, SUPPLIES; 466, SOUTHSIDE MOWERS, 27.99, PARTS; 467, EMCO TERMITE/PEST CONTROL INC, 300.00, PEST CONTROL; 468, COX COMMUNICATIONS, 10.75, SERVICE; 469, O N G, 97.98, SERVICE; 470, COX COMMUNICATIONS, 10.75, SERVICE; HIGHWAY: 290, OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CENTERS, 89.50, DRUG TESTING; 291, OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CENTERS, 153.00, DRUG TESTING; 292, DRUMRIGHT AUTO SUPPLY, 233.54, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 293, DRUMRIGHT TIRE, 208.00, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 294, LOCKE SUPPLY, 1825.51, MATERIALS; 295, FENSCO INC, 1665.00, Pipe; 296, O G & E, 683.46, SERVICE; 297, CHEMSEARCH, 349.81, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 298, OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CENTERS, 51.00, DRUG TESTING; 299, Tri-Fab Trash Service, 75.00, SERVICE; 300, SAPULPA DAILY HERALD, 20.30, ADVERTISING; 301, Franks Diesel Service, Inc, 172.00, Parts & Service; 302, WARREN CAT, 1095.50, EQUIPMENT; 303, Direct Discount Tire, 492.84, TIRES; 304, Midway Machine & Welding, 80.00, REPAIRS; 305, WELDON PARTS-TULSA, 797.24, EQUIPMENT; 306, OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CENTERS, 51.00, DRUG SCREENING; 307, WELDON PARTS-TULSA, 34.08, PARTS; 308, Grissoms, 868.21, SERVICE; 309, TULSA CLEANING SYSTEMS, 189.13, REPAIRS; 310, JO-CO EQUIPMENT, 767.00, PARTS; 311, John Deere Financial, 3312.29, LEASE PYMT; 312, John Deere Financial, 4351.36, LEASE PYMT; 313, OK COOP CIRCUIT ENGINEERING DISTRICT, 50000.00, REPAYMENT; HEALTH: 66, OSBORNE, JANIE, 750.61, TRAVEL; 67, Evans, Gene, MD, 200.00, FEES; 68, Raby Plumbing, 160.00, PLUMBING SERVICES; 69, HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES, 686.22, SUPPLIES; 70, C & L LOCKSMITH, 130.00, SERVICES; 71, KIDS LOVE STICKERS MEDIBADGE, 169.51, SUPPLIES; 72, WALMART, 159.37, SUPPLIES; 73, Guardian Security, 126.15, SERVICE; 74, MARK CROMWELL, 500.00, HANDYMAN SERVICES; 75, STANDLEY SYSTEMS, 134.00, Parts & Labor; 76, SMILEMAKERS INC, 101.94, SUPPLIES; 77, SANOFI PASTEUR INC, 415.25, VACCINATIONS; 78, GLAXOSMITHKLINE, 3613.50, VACCINATIONS; 79, Pool Store, 29.85, SUPPLIES; COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT: 2, DUNHAM ASPHALT SERVICE INC, 1828.79, ASPHALT; CASH VOUCHER: 51, A T & T, 26.22, SERVICE; 52, MIDWEST PRINTING, 165.00, PRINTING; 53, Merrifield Office Supplies, 463.39, CHAIR(S); 54, OSU-CTP, 455.00, TRAINING REGISTRATION; DRUG COURT GRANT: 5, DISTRICT ATTORNEYS COUNCIL #24, 6000.00, REIMBURSEMENT; COURT CLERK REV FUND: 18, Southern Rubber Stamp Co Inc, 350.00, SEAL REPAIRS;
COURTHOUSE REMODEL: 4, AIR COMFORT INC, 317.00, Labor & Materials; WR 911: 9, A T & T, 2166.12, SERVICE; SHERIFF BOARD OF PRISONERS: 62, COMDATA, 2635.64, FUEL; 63, A T & T, 146.83, SERVICE; 64, OFFICE DEPOT, 663.80, SUPPLIES; 65, CenterPoint Energy Services Inc, 688.79, SERVICE; 66, O G & E, 9173.29, UTILITIES; 67, O N G, 249.99, UTILITIES; 68, Midwest Laundry Group, 251.75, Parts & Labor; 69, SOONER TIRE INC, 172.45, TIRES; 70, U S Cellular, 418.20, SERVICE; 71, CITY OF SAPULPA, 3629.65, SERVICE; HIGHWAY TAX: 50, DUNHAM ASPHALT SERVICE INC, 1334.38, ROAD MATERIAL; 51, FENSCO INC, 7535.00, Pipe; 52, Thomas Trucking, 2144.74, HAULING; PLANNING & URBAN DEVELOPMENT: 5, COX COMMUNICATIONS, 21.50, SERVICE; E-911 PHASE II: 29, OFFICE DEPOT, 734.79, OFFICE SUPPLIES;
JUVENILE JUSTICE CENTER: 128, COMMUNITY CARE, 503.30, INSURANCE PREMIUM; 129, O G & E, 2873.84, UTILITIES; 130, COX COMMUNICATIONS, 1347.49, SERVICE; 131, OFFICE DEPOT, 199.99, CHAIR(S); 132, SWEEPER FABRICATORS INC, 647.40, LABOR; CO BRIDGE & ROAD IMPROV FUND: 14, DUNHAM ASPHALT SERVICE INC, 6793.14, ASPHALT; 15, DUNHAM ASPHALT SERVICE INC, 7511.67, ASPHALT; 16, SUNBELT EQUIPMENT, 2365.09, Beams; 17, BOWERS OIL CO, 2742.23, FUEL. Vote as follows: Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.
Item #7: Motion was made by Stewart and seconded by Whitehouse to sign Resolution#2015-79 and Resolution#2015-80 for County Law Enforcement Officer Gary Bloss and Kevin Taylor to be allowed to work secondary/off duty employment with City of Jenks per 51 O.S.,2013 Section 6 of the Oklahoma State Statues. Vote as follows: Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.
Item #8: Motion was made by Whitehouse and seconded by Stewart to sign Resolution#2015-81 to replace Raymond Canfield with Ryan McDaniel on driving home County owned vehicle at night(D3). Vote as follows: Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.
Item #9: Motion was made by Whitehouse and seconded by Stewart to sign Resolution#2015-82 for Highway District#3 employees driving County owned equipment home at night as follows: Chris Canady, Jimmey Grant, Dorvel Parrick and Monty Wood. Vote as follows: Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.
Item #10: Motion was made by Whitehouse and seconded by Stewart to sign contract between Beckham County and Creek County Juvenile Justice Detention Center. Vote as follows: Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.
Item #11: Motion was made by Stewart and seconded by Whitehouse to sign Resolution#2015-83 on disposing of equipment from the Creek County Fairgrounds to be sold. Vote as follows: Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.
Item #12: Motion was made by Stewart and seconded by Whitehouse to sign Resolution#2015-84 on disposing of New Holland Tractor with Versa Mower from HWY Dist.#2 to be sold. S/N#HJE099595. Vote as follows: Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.
Item #13: Motion was made by Stewart and seconded by Whitehouse to approve partial repayment of ETRCR-19-2(01)15 funds on W. 86th St. to Oklahoma Cooperative Circuit Engineering Districts Board.(D2) Stewart stated this was a emergency request for repayment of partial loan in the amount of $50,000.00. Vote as follows: Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.
Item #14: DISCUSSION ONLY/NO ACTION on condemnation of property located on W. 81st St. S. between Franhoma Road and Highway 97(D2). Stewart stated this is the last property for the ROW and cannot get a counter offer from the Naifeh’s. Stewart stated they have two options of condemnation using the District Attorney’s Office or go outside and use the State (ODOT). There was discussion if Statuary does this situation allow us to go outside the District Attorney’s Office, was there enough Public Notice and if this requires a Board action. Stephens stated he would need to do some more research on the process before making a decision. This could be a possible case of inmate domain, but would need more research. Andrew Goforth stated he would need to discuss this with Max Cook, D.A. and have item put back on agenda clearly defining what we are going to do.
Item #16: DISCUSSION ONLY/NO ACTION on possible action for County to work on the roads in the Blackjack Acres area-Evelyn Acheson.(D2) Mrs. Acheson spoke to the Board along with Linda Rogers and J.D. Deckard. They stated they have maintained their roads in the past and now they need help. The condition of the roads has gone downhill; we would love anything that you could do. The residents are worried about ambulances being able to access their homes and the school bus to be able to travel the roads. The roads that were discussed are Chestnut Lane, Hickory Dr., Cottonwood Dr., Oakleaf and Lololly Dr. Mrs. Acheson stated there are about 50 dwellings in the area. This is located W. of HWY33 and N. of Bluebell. It used to be called Sapulpa Ranch stated residents. Mr. Stewart stated he had done some research and found the deeds of dedication on the roads from 1981 and 1982. Also, I have the minutes from 1985 were some of the residents here today came to ask for help on road and the D.A. stated to work on the Post Oak and Blackjack. Stewart also, stated he lives in the area. We would have to have the item on the agenda again to have a clear direction of the roads to take any action. Stephens agreed the item needs to be proper for the public to have notice.
Item #17: Motion was made by Stewart and seconded by Whitehouse to award Crane Services for HWY#2 to Belger Cartage Service Inc. for $345.00 hour, overtime $405.00 and Double-time $445.00 on a 140 ton. Stewart stated they have done phone quotes for the bid process. Stewart also stated this should be a one day project to set a precast bridge #36 N. & W. of Olive. Vote as follows: Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.
Item #18: Motion was made by Stewart and seconded by Whitehouse to let for Bid#16-3 3 Month Bridge/HWY Materials to be opened on September 08, 2015. Vote as follows: Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.
Item #19: Motion was made by Stewart and seconded by Whitehouse to let for Bid#16-4 Sale of Dental Chair w/exam light to be opened September 08, 2015. Vote as follows: Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.
Old Business: NONE
New Business: Mrs. Janice DeRamus spoke to Stephens about a concern of overgrown grass by Oakridge School.
Adjournment: Motion was made by Stewart and seconded by Whitehouse to adjourn and meet again 8-31-15. Vote as follows: Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.
8-24-15 Board of County Commissioner Minutes
August 24, 2015