The Board of County Commissioners of Creek County (BOCC) met in Regular

Session on Monday, September 14, 2015 at 9:00 a.m., date and time duly

Item #1: Meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m. by Chairman, Newt

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 September 08, 2015. Vote as follows: Stephens – Aye,

Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.

Item #6: Motion was made by Whitehouse and seconded by Stewart to approve

August Monthly Reports from Court Clerk; Assessor, Transfer $202,218.78 from

T1A Personal Service HWY FY2015-2016 to T1C Travel HWY $1,937.70, T2 M&O HWY

$160,281.08 and T3 Capital Outlay $40,000.00 FY2016; $1,000.00 from SSF1C

Travel/Training Sheriff FY2015-2016 to SSF15 HWY Safety Grant FY2016; Blanket

Purchase Orders #1861 – 1866; Purchase Orders #2014-2015 GENERAL: 3164, GILLILAND,

DAVID R., 100.00, SERVICE; HIGHWAY: 2177, Fenton Office Mart, 4371.43, OFFICE FURNITURE;

SHERIFF SERVICE FEES: 585, International Assoc For Property & Evidence, 375.00, REGISTRATION;

2015-2016 GENERAL: 534, CITY OF SAPULPA, 248.84, UTILITIES; 535, O N G, 94.10, UTILITIES; 536, O G & E,

1676.82, UTILITIES; 537, OFFICE DEPOT, 285.84, SUPPLIES; 538, LAW ENFORCEMENT SYSTEMS INC, 397.00,

SUPPLIES; 539, INTERSTATE BATTERIES, 771.38, BATTERIES; 540, CECIL & SONS, 515.08, TIRES; 541,

REGIONAL TIRE & AUTO INC, 651.00, Parts & Labor; 542, GLASSWORKS, 348.00, WINDSHIELD; 543, U S

Cellular, 874.50, SERVICE; 544, U S Cellular, 418.20, SERVICE; 545, REGIONAL TIRE & AUTO INC, 972.00, Parts

& Labor; 546, LEXISNEXIS, 143.00, SEARCH ENGINE; 547, FIZZ-O WATER COMPANY, 21.60, WATER; 548,

PATRIOT SECURITY SYSTEMS INC, 15.00, SERVICE; 549, A-1 Refuse, 18.00, SERVICE; 550, EMCO

TERMITE/PEST CONTROL INC, 35.00, PEST CONTROL; 551, One Source, 52.50, MAINT AGREEMENT; 552, One

Source, 50.00, MAINT AGREEMENT; 553, Jan Pro Of Tulsa, 100.00, JANITORIAL; 554, FUELMAN/FLEETCOR

TECHNOLOGIES, 172.09, FUEL; 555, Office Depot, 29.00, SUPPLIES; 556, Jan Pro Of Tulsa, 100.00,

JANITORIAL; 557, HUTCHINS-MAPLES FUNERAL HOME, 185.00, CREMATION; 558, FIZZ-O WATER

COMPANY, 9.00, WATER SERVICES; 559, LOWES CREDIT SERVICES, 80.55, MATERIALS; 560, A & M

ELECTRIC CO INC, 405.00, Labor & Materials; 561, AIR COMFORT INC, 473.00, Labor & Materials; 562, WYNN

COMMUNICATIONS INC, 25.00, MOBILE UNIT #W52; 563, JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL, 11.45, SUPPLIES; 564, O

G & E, 7750.09, SERVICE; 565, STAIGER PLUMBING, 75.00, LABOR; 566, OTA PIKEPASS CENTER, 1.15, Tolls;

567, SUNSET CHEMICAL COMPANY, 200.00, CHEMICALS/SUPPLIES; 568, SPRING CREEK, 70.00, SUPPLIES;

569, FIZZ-O WATER COMPANY, 9.00, WATER; 570, SAPULPA DAILY HERALD, 32.40, ADVERTISING; 571,

GoDaddy.Com, 400.00, EMAIL HOSTING; 572, BRISTOW NEWS CITIZEN, 23.90, ADVERTISING; 573,

COMMUNITYCARE HMO INC, 172.70, EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROG; 574, SEC OF STATE, 20.00, RENEWAL

FEES; 575, O G & E, 199.52, SERVICE; 576, O G & E, 630.25, SERVICE; 577, OTA PIKEPASS CENTER, 5.05,

Tolls; 578, CREEK CO RURAL WATER D#3, 113.00, SERVICE; 579, A-1 Refuse, 150.00,SERVICE; 580, O G & E,

1165.76, SERVICE; 581, GILLILAND, DAVID R., 50.00, LABOR; 582, REGALIA, 230.72, AWARDS;

HIGHWAY: 363, TALLENTS OILFIELD CONN., 67.90, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 364, B & R LUBE, 68.45, OIL

CHANGES; 365, YELLOWHOUSE MACHINERY CO, 178.92, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 366, AMERICAN WELDING,

34.75, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 367, LOWES CREDIT SERVICES, 2439.84, MATERIALS; 368, LIBERTY FLAGS INC,

54.90, FLAGS; 369, FRONTIER INTERNATIONAL, 191.10, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 370, HARRIS OIL CO, 207.00,

PARTS & SUPPLIES; 371, O REILLY AUTO PARTS, 147.25, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 372, Kevins Tire, 382.00,

REPAIRS; 373, ATWOODS, 153.74, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 374, WARREN CAT, 1901.65, PARTS & SUPPLIES;

375, NAPA AUTO PARTS, 732.43, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 376, Gas And Supply, 71.21, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 377,

ECONOMY SUPPLY CO, 188.83, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 378, FLEET PRIDE, 53.50, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 379,

DRUMRIGHT AUTO SUPPLY, 60.80, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 380, A T & T, 366.27, SERVICE; 381, O Reilly Auto

Parts, 62.57, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 382, SHOOTERS SHOP, 86.00, SUPPLIES; 383, Industrial Welding & Tools

Supply, 82.18, Rent; 384, STANDARD AUTO PARTS, 291.09, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 385, NAPA AUTO PARTS,

470.57, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 386, STANDARD AUTO PARTS, 288.89, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 387, SHOOTERS

SHOP, 41.00, Supplies & Materials; 388, NATIONAL BUSINESS FURNITURE, 2909.72, OFFICE

FURNITURE; 389, WELCH STATE BANK, 1564.86, BANK PAYMENT; 390, Fenton Office Mart, 2765.00,

FURNITURE; 391, NORTHERN TOOL & EQUIPMENT, 290.97, TOOLS; 392, STANDARD AUTO PARTS, 319.23,

PARTS; 393, B & R LUBE, 92.00, SERVICE; 394, STANDARD AUTO PARTS, 397.50, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 395,

STANDARD AUTO PARTS, 335.36, PARTS; 396, OCI MANUFACTURING, 263.70, SIGNS; 397, STANDARD AUTO

PARTS, 62.12, PARTS; 398, B & M OIL CO, 66.99, EQUIPMENT; 399, KIRBY SMITH MACHINE INC, 712.45,

PARTS; 400, OTA PIKEPASS CENTER, 7.65, Tolls; 401, CREEK CO RURAL WATER D#2, 45.85, SERVICE; 402,

EMCO TERMITE/PEST CONTROL INC, 65.00, PEST CONTROL; 403, COX COMMUNICATIONS, 166.82,

SERVICE; 404, O G & E, 332.73, UTILITIES; 405, O G & E, 518.90, UTILITIES; 406, BOB HURLEY FORD, 44.07,

EQUIPMENT; 407, DAYS DISCOUNT LUMBER, 29.05, LUMBER; 408, OTA PIKEPASS CENTER, 17.90, PIKE

PASS FEE; 409, WELDON PARTS-TULSA, 157.13, PARTS; 410, WELDON PARTS-TULSA, 2.84, PARTS; 411,

TRIKNTRUX, 25.00, LABOR; 412, ROUTE 66 MOWERS & MORE, 59.99, PARTS; 413, COMMUNITYCARE

HMO INC, 60.50, EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROG; 414, ROUTE 66 MOWERS & MORE, 379.98, PARTS;

HEALTH: 121, Treat, Tawanna, 661.45, TRAVEL; 122, WIDDOES, DONETTE, 105.80, TRAVEL; 123, DANNER,

PATRICIA, 265.08, TRAVEL;124, A T & T, 148.15, PHONE SERV/SAPULPA HEALTH; 125, A T & T MOBILITY,

574.06, CELL PHONE; 126, DR KIM CHAI, 200.00, X-RAYS; 127, STANDLEY SYSTEMS, 375.10, LEASE; 128,

MCKESSON, 217.00, SUPPLIES; 129, LOGIX COMMUNICATIONS, 402.40, SERVICE; 130, O G & E, 377.06,

SERVICE; 131, O N G, 87.60, UTILITIES; 132, MCKESSON, 272.33, SUPPLIES; 133, D & D OFFICE SUPPLY,

1287.33, SUPPLIES; 134, SAPULPA DAILY HERALD, 21.00, NEWSPAPER AD; 135, Spok, Inc, 42.49, LEASE;

CO CLERK LIEN FEES: 6, OSU-CTP, 250.00, CLASS; 7, OSU-CTP, 250.00, Training; FREE FAIR RENTAL: 5,

KERN, KENNETH, 150.00, LABOR; 6, FORTHMAN, JAN, 115.00, MINUTES/FAIR BD; SHERIFF SERVICE FEES:

66, ESW CORRECTIONAL HEALTHCARE, 26527.17, ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES; 67, GLOCK PROFESSIONAL

INC, 250.00, Training; 68, DVIS, 3385.41, Salary/Benefits; CASH VOUCHER: 81, OSU-CTP, 375.00, Training; 82,

FUELMAN/FLEETCOR TECHNOLOGIES, 49.80, FUEL; 83, Kim Wilson & Brandy Reiss, 1636.54, OVERAGES;

DRUG COURT GRANT: 6, HUMAN SKILLS & RESOURCES INC, 13104.17, DRUG COURT ADMIN SERVICES;

COURTHOUSE REMODEL: 8, Pendergraph Systems Inc, 120.00, Agreement; WR 911: 13, A T & T, 1517.82,

SERVICE; 14, CIMARRON TELEPHONE COMPANY, 1368.58, SERVICE; SHERIFF BOARD OF PRISONERS: 92,

COX COMMUNICATIONS, 2108.25, SERVICE; 93, SUNSET CHEMICAL COMPANY, 200.00, SERVICE;

94, DRUGS OF ABUSE TESTING LAB, 42.00, DRUG TESTING; 95, FIRETROL, 172.50, MAINTENANCE; 96,

SILVER BULLET PEST CONTROL, PEST SERVICES INC, 220.00, PEST CONTROL; 97, SILVER BULLET PEST

CONTROL, PEST SERVICES INC, 78.00, SUPPLIES; 98, CECIL & SONS, 324.51, TIRES; 99, WESTLAKE ACE

HARDWARE, 15.72, SUPPLIES; 100, WESTLAKE ACE HARDWARE, 15.82, SUPPLIES; 101, ESW

CORRECTIONAL HEALTHCARE, 26527.17, ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES; CO JAIL MAINTENANCE: 95, Jones,

Boomer J, 25.10, REIMBURSEMENT; 96, ESW CORRECTIONAL HEALTHCARE, 26527.1

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES; HIGHWAY TAX: 70, Fastenal, 60.66, SUPPLIES; 71, WARREN CAT, 2222.08,

PARTS & REPAIRS; 72, ALLOY WELDING SUPPLY INC, 80.18, SUPPLIES; 73, YELLOWHOUSE MACHINERY

CO, 753.79, PARTS & REPAIRS; 74, WARREN CAT, 187.69, Parts & Service; 75, HARRIS OIL CO, 11545.62,

FUEL; 76, P & K EQUIPMENT INC, 772.86, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 77, YELLOWHOUSE MACHINERY CO, 1143.36,

Parts & Service; 78, YELLOWHOUSE MACHINERY CO, 595.04, PARTS; 79, ADVANCED ELECTRICAL

REBUILDERS, 245.50, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 80, P & K EQUIPMENT, 833.57, LABOR; 81, JO-CO EQUIPMENT,

1466.00, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 82, Central Disposal LLC, 78.00, SERVICE; 83, O G & E, 457.91, SERVICE; 84,

Goodyear Commercial Tire & Service Center, 517.94, TIRES; 85, A T & T, 575.23, SERVICE; 86, UniFirst Holdings

Inc, 282.40, SERVICE & SUPPLIES; PLANNING & URBAN DEVELOPMENT: 7, U S POSTMASTER, 610.00,

POSTAGE; E-911 PHASE II: 35, OKLA DEPT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, 350.00, OLETS USER FEE; 36, Castle.Com,

125.00, MAINTENANCE; JUVENILE JUSTICE CENTER: 154, DISH NETWORK, 108.68, SERVICE; 155,

COMDATA, 66.33, FUEL; 156, BRISTOW PUBLIC SCHOOL,10200.00, REIMBURSEMENT; CO BRIDGE & ROAD

IMPROV FUND: 23, DUNHAM ASPHALT SERVICE INC, 6158.89, ASPHALT; 24, DUNHAM ASPHALT SERVICE

INC,7515.11, ASPHALT; 25, FENSCO INC, 1228.20, MATERIALS; 26, Shelton Redi-Mix, 7515.00, CONCRETE; 27,

B & M OIL CO, 13104.38, FUEL; 28, SUNBELT EQUIPMENT, 803.91, Pipe; CREEK COUNTY EMERGENCY: 2,

Falcon Painting, 3300.00, PAINT. Vote as follows: Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye,

Item #7: Motion was made by Whitehouse and seconded by Stewart to

cancel County meetings that was to be held on September 21st in Mannford,

September 22nd in Sapulpa and September 24th in Bristow-Meagan Vandecar. This

item had a lot of Citizen’s input against the County utilizing this service.

Mark Mckenzie, Raven Sixkiller, Jerry Walshak, John Dobson, Frances Fahrny,

Richard Cruse, Tammy Pallard all spoke to the Board about their concerns and

disapproving of this service. We live in the Country to have less government

and regulation was the majority of the concerns voiced. The Board stated with

lack of communication this has grown into more than it was intended to do.

Stephens stated we were merely looking into this for help with FEMA Floodplan

Regulations and help with our Subdivision Regulations that we already have in

place. Stephens stated that is why we set up the Public Meeting on this to

get the Public’s input, we just didn’t implement it. Meagan Vandecar stated

that Jones or Luther has used IBTS through INCOG. IBTS has helped Counties

that may not have the means or funds to hire a person to help enforce code.

The Board stated that with the overwhelming concern they will need to be

educated more on the FEMA Floodplan and utilize what we already have. Vote as

follows: Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.

Item #8: Motion was made by Stewart and seconded by Whitehouse to sign

Resolution#2015-88 for assessment of $10.00 by the Court Clerk per civil case

filing to enhance Courthouse security as per Senate Bill 456 effective

November 1, 2015(codified at 28 O.S. S 152(F). Vote as follows: Stephens –

Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.

Item #9: Motion was made by Stewart and seconded by Whitehouse to sign

release of lien on a housing rehabilitation deferred loan in Book 428 Pages

236-238 through Creek County and Metropolitan Tulsa Home Consortium in June

2000 for Sibyl Yocum on property located in the SE/4 of Section 8, T15N, R8E.

Vote as follows: Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.

Item #10: Motion was made by Stewart and seconded by Whitehouse for the

Allocation of Alcoholic Beverage Tax to be distributed as follows: Bristow

$1,499.42; Depew $169.35; Drumright $1,034.35; Kellyville $409.05; Kiefer

$599.25; Lawrence Creek $53.41; Mannford $1,094.28; Mounds $415.57; Oilton

$360.85; Sapulpa $7,308.22; Shamrock $36.48; Slick $46.90. Vote as follows:

Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.

Item #11: Motion was made by Stewart and seconded by Whitehouse to

award bid to Citywide Plumbing for $13,500.00 for A.O Smith BTH-250A 100

gallon water heater for Creek County Jail. The Jail obtained three phone

quotes for the water heater from Raby’s Plumbing, Citywide Plumbing, and AMS.

Vote as follows: Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.

Item #12: Motion was made by Stewart and seconded by Whitehouse to sign

Cooperative Extension Services Agreement between OSU and Creek County. Vote

as follows: Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.

Item #13: Motion was made by Stewart and seconded by Whitehouse to

approve Utility Permits from Creek County Rural Water Dist.#2 per County

Spec’s for water service line by trenching and boring for Sections 3, 6, 9,

17, 20, 28, 29, 31, 33, T17N, R12E and Sections 7, 20, 27, 33, T18, R12E(D1).

Vote as follows: Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.

Item #14: Motion was made by Stewart and seconded by Whitehouse to

approve Utility Permit from Creek County Rural Water Dist.#2 per County

Spec’s for water service line by line extension approx.. 250’, size of line

2” to parallel the E. side of Foreacre Circle approximately 700’ N. of Bruce

Ave & Foreacre Circle further described as Section 24, T17N, R11E(D1). Vote

as follows: Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.

Item #15: Motion was made by Stewart and seconded by Whitehouse to

approve Utility Permit from ONG per County Spec’s for ¾” natural gas pipeline

by boring to cross W. 71st St. approximately 3.03 miles W. & 2.80 miles N. of

the SH 97 and SH 166 and further described as 1452’ E. of the NW corner of

Section 8, T18N, R11E(D2). Vote as follows: Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye,

Item #16: Motion was made by Whitehouse and seconded by Stewart to

accept the map presented and set the public hearing for October 5, 2015 and

direct the County Clerk to publish per Statue for petition of S. 299th W. Ave

Rural Road Improvement District-Bing Gann(D3). Vote as follows: Stephens –

Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.

Item #17: Motion was made by Stewart and seconded by Whitehouse to

award Bid#16-3 3 Month Bridge/HWY Material as designated per district. Vote

as follows: Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.

Item #18: Motion was made by Stewart and seconded by Whitehouse to sign

ODOT 324A forms on project CIRB-119C(192)RB, J/P 22350(08) for Denice Land

for $28,615.00.-Meshek & Assoc.(D2). Vote as follows: Stephens – Aye,

Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.

Item #19,20,21 & 22: Motion was made by Stewart and seconded by

Whitehouse for Items 19-22 deed to dedications to be sent over to the

District Attorney for review and verify that the following roads were

dedicated to the public in 1981: Appaloosa Lane starting at Post Oak Road

96.221582—-36.023035and ending at Gate 96.2172017—-36.023034; West

Hickory Drive starting at Gate on East End 96.214705—-36.026725 and ending

at 96.241667—36.026660; South Pinehill Road starting at West Cedar Lane

96.237265—36.030260 and ending at West 101st Street South ( AKA Blackjack)

96.237314—36.017620 all in the area known as Sapulpa Ranch ( AKA

Blackjack Acres). Stephens stated he has spoken to Mike Loeffler, Assistant

D.A. and has given an opinion from the 2003 OK AG that there are 5 ways to

put a road on the maintenance system. This is the first part that has to be

done and verified. Linda Rogers spoke briefly to the Board about meeting with

the school board and what they need to present to Commissioners. Jackie Stout

spoke briefly. And Dan Whitehouse spoke to the Board about the problems with

people buying large amount of acres and cutting them up into 10 acre tracts

and just pushing dirt to make a road and not building them to County Spec’s

was a big issue back in 1980. Whitehouse stated it was an issue because they

could not legally work on the roads. Vote as follows: Stephens – Aye,

Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.

Item #23: Motion was made by Stewart and seconded by Whitehouse to

forward the Plat and Covanance to the District Attorney’s Office for

clarification of it being a public road. Stewart stated the Commissioners

accepted the plat. Rocky Speers spoke to the Board about AG Opinion, Title 69

628 and the Commissioners handbook. Speers stated that we have been plated

more than 15 years we qualify for one of the five ways. Also, Speers asked

that they would like to have their red signs changed. Vote as follows:

Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse – Aye, Stewart – Aye.

Old Business: NONE

New Business: NONE

Adjournment: Motion was made by Stewart and seconded by Whitehouse to

adjourn and meet again 9-21-15. Vote as follows: Stephens – Aye, Whitehouse –

Aye, Stewart – Aye.