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2019-02-11 Meeting Minutes

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February 11, 2019
The Board of County Commissioners of Creek County (BOCC) met in Regular Session on Monday, February 11, 2019 at 9:00 a.m., date and time duly posted.
Item #1: Meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m. by Chairman, Leon Warner. Roll Call Warner present, Stephens present, and Whitehouse present.
Item #2: Statement of compliance with open meeting act-Chairman.
Item #3: Commissioner Warner led the Pledge of Allegiance and Stephens Invocation.
Item #4: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Whitehouse to approve the minutes of February 04, 2019 and correction of January 15, 2019 minutes item #5 Transfer from CBI $49,691.03 to $44,691.03. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.
Item #5: Motion was made by Whitehouse and seconded by Stephens to approve January Monthly Reports from Count Clerk, OSU Extension Services, Treasurer, District Attorney and Court Clerk; Transfer $0.01 from SR-1 Fem-4299-DR-OK#45 Commissioners FY2018-2019 to CCE-8 Emergency Management Commissioners FY2019; Blanket Purchase Orders #4485 - 4501; Purchase Orders # 2018-2019 CASH VOUCHER 409, Capitol Federal, 2923.00, TAX CORRECTION; 410, James & Kaleigh Brittenham, 175.00, TAX CORRECTION; 411, TM CONSULTING INC, 70.00, SERVICE; 412, LEXISNEXIS RISK SOLUTIONS, 105.00, MONTHLY SERVICE; 413, Gster Cleaning, 520.00, JANITORIAL; 414, CREEK COUNTY SHERIFF, 550.00, TAX WARRANTS SERVICE; 415, TM CONSULTING INC, 1457.00, SERVICE; 416, WACOM SYSTEMS, 90.00, EQUIPMENT; 417, OSU-CTP, 40.00, Training; 418, FUELMAN/FLEETCOR TECHNOLGIES, 22.08, FUEL; 419, RCB Bank, 19.00, TAX CORRECTION; 420, Prima Internusa Jaya Llc, 145.00, TAX CORRECTION; 421, Alfa Huffman, 51.00, TAX CORRECTION; 422, 21ST MORTGAGE COPR, 586.00, TAX CORRECTION; 423, American Heritage Bank, 114.00, TAX CORRECTION; 424, 21ST MORTGAGE COPR, 590.00, TAX CORRECTION; CO JAIL MAINTENANCE 590, J & A CASTROL LUBE EXPRESS, 217.35, OIL CHANGES; 591, BOB BARKER CO, 1372.46, Supplies; 592, BOB BARKER CO, 951.45, Supplies; 593, WESTLAKE ACE HARDWARE, 245.57, Supplies; 594, SAPULPA RURAL WATER CO, 2333.50, Utilities; 595, COMDATA INC, 1307.76, FUEL; 596, COX COMMUNICATIONS, 2296.28, SERVICE; 597, Merrifield Office Supplies, 690.60, Supplies; 598, Merrifield Office Supplies, 1485.60, Supplies; 599, Merrifield Office Supplies, 319.44, Supplies; COURT CLERK REV FUND 94, OSU-CTP, 65.00, REGISTRATION; 95, Clampitt Paper Co, 62.20,Supplies; 96, Clampitt Paper Co, 93.60, Supplies; 97, Merrifield Office Supplies, 19.98, Supplies; 98, Merrifield Office Supplies, 522.40, Supplies; 99, OME CORPORATION LLC, 192.00, Supplies; 100, CREEK CO COMMISSIONERS, 5.60, WORKCOMP PREMIUM; 101, MIDWEST PRINTING, 655.00, Supplies; 102, Mailfinance, 494.22, LEASE; DRUG COURT GRANT 14, HUMAN SKILLS & RESOURCES INC, 15229.17, DRUG COURT ADMIN SERVICES; 15, HUMAN SKILLS & RESOURCES INC, 1062.50, DRUG COURT ADMIN SERVICES; E-911 PHASE II 48, COX COMMUNICATIONS, 220.80, NETWORKS PHONES; GENERAL 1860, POCKET PRESS, 132.93, SERVICE; 1861, ADVANCED CARE VET HOSPITAL, 17.60, VETINARY SERVICES; 1862, J & A CASTROL LUBE EXPRESS, 457.69, OIL CHANGES; 1863, OKLAHOMA POLICE SUPPLY, 0.00, EQUIPMENT; 1864, Midtown Auto & Diesel Repair Inc, 4824.23, Repairs; 1865, BRISTOW TIRE & AUTO SERV. INC, 533.76, TIRES; 1866, Merrifield Office Supplies, 226.10, Supplies; 1867, COMDATA INC, 6944.56, FUEL; 1868, Midtown Auto & Diesel Repair Inc, 292.06, Parts & Labor; 1869, Merrifield Office Supplies, 128.80, Supplies; 1870, Merrifield Office Supplies, 35.97, Supplies; 1871, J & A CASTROL LUBE EXPRESS, 226.95, OIL CHANGES; 1872, DYNAMIC RECRUITING SPECIALIST, 723.10, TEMPORARY EMPLOYEE; 1873, BONUS BUILDING CARE OF TULSA, 235.00, JANITORIAL; 1874, Merrifield Office Supplies, 21.69, Supplies; 1875, Verizon Wireless, 119.09, SERVICE; 1876, Merrifield Office Supplies, 11.15, Supplies; 1877, Self, Nancy, 248.15, TRAVEL; 1878, Toothman, Olivia, 192.45, TRAVEL; 1879, Myers, Randi, 53.35, TRAVEL; 1880, Trout, Tina, 37.50, TRAVEL; 1881, XEROX CORP, 55.00, SERVICE AGREEMENT; 1882, FIZZ-O WATER COMPANY, 9.00, Water Cooler Tower; 1883, AIR COMFORT INC, 1762.00, Installation; 1884, BEST BUY CO INC, 499.99, EQUIPMENT; 1885, 0 G & E, 4165.45, Utilities; 1886, ONE NET, 470.00, SERVICE; 1887, ONE NET, 640.00, SERVICE; 1888, CITY OF BRISTOW, 66.69, Utilities; 1889, STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE, 443.36, Supplies; HEALTH 302, CITY OF BRISTOW, 99.69, Utilities; 303, CITY WIDE JANITORIAL SERVICES LLC, 1380.00, JANITORIAL; 304, SANOFI PASTEUR INC, 1544.95, VACCINATIONS; 305, Okla State Dept Of Health, 53363.64, SALARY ; 306, DAVIS, SHERRIE D., 100.00, TRAVEL; 307, SMITH, BETH, 66.00, TRAVEL; 308, Payne, Kellie, 44.00, TRAVEL; 309, STRINGFELLOW, ANNA, 72.10, TRAVEL; 310, TATE, DEBBIE, 150.00, TRAVEL; 311, ODENWALD, HEATHER, 165.00, TRAVEL; 312, WIDDOES, DONETTE, 280.00, TB Visit; 313, WIDDOES, DONETTE, 87.20, TB Visit; HIGHWAY 949, WESTLAKE ACE HARDWARE, 120.54, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 950, AMERICAN WASTE CONTROL INC, 62.00, SERVICE; 951, WESTLAKE ACE HARDWARE, 305.97, Supplies; 952, PATRIOT SECURITY SYSTEMS INC, 40.00, MONITOR FEE; 953, LIBERTY FLAGS, 84.12, FLAGS; 954, OKLA WHOLESALE OVERHEAD DOORS LLC, 97.25, EQUIPMENT; 955, XPRESS WELLNESS LLC, 25.00, DRUG SCREENING; 956, Armstrong Bank, 1014.94, PAYMENT; 957, OKLA DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION, 1791.56, PAYMENT; 958, SNB BANK, 1476.23, PAYMENT; 959, SNB BANK, 1845.59, PAYMENT; 960, SAPULPA DAILY HERALD, 26.00, PUBLICATION; 961, FUELMAN/FLEETCOR TECHNOLGIES, 366.73, FUEL; 962, OTA PIKEPASS CENTER, 17.40, PIKEPASS FEES; 963, HARBOR FREIGHT TOOLS, 204.13, Supplies; 964, D & D OFFICE SUPPLY, 163.12, OFFICE SUPPLIES/4864; 965, T H ROGERS LUMBER CO, 19.36, Supplies & Materials; 966, Lampton Welding Supply, 286.90, Supplies; 967, TRACTOR SUPPLY CREDIT PLAN, 120.18, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 968, B & R LUBE, 74.75, OIL CHANGES; 969, Lampton Welding Supply, 60.20, Supplies; 970, UniFirst Holdings Inc, 1234.86, SERVICE; 971, VARNERS EQUIPMENT & HARDWARE, 5.55, Supplies; 972, Tri-Fab Trash Service, 80.00, SERVICE; 973, US POSTAL SERVICE, 55.00, POSTAGE; 974, OKLA DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION, 1791.56, PAYMENT; HIGHWAY TAX 422, TULSA COUNTY HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION SIGNS, 387.60, SIGNS; 423, HARRIS OIL CO, 401.40, Parts & Service; 424, Republic Services #503, 83.00, SERVICE; 425, QUAPAW COMPANY, THE, 17148.98, ROAD MATERIAL; 426, 0 REILLY AUTO PARTS, 173.64, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 427, NAPA AUTO PARTS, 661.47, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 428, FLEET PRIDE, 735.24, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 429, ECONOMY SUPPLY CO, 181.92, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 430, DRUMRIGHT AUTO SUPPLY, 12.58, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 431, A T & T, 237.38, SERVICE; 432, FLEET PRIDE, 894.73, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 433, UniFirst Holdings Inc, 226. 55, SERVICE & SUPPLIES; 434, WARREN CAT, 382.98, Parts & Service; 435, YELLOWHOUSE MACHINERY, 1220.79, Parts & Service; 436, CROWBURLINGAME CO, 362.24, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 437, Industrial Welding & Tools Supply, 93.56, RENTAL; 438, OCT EQUIPMENT INC, 101.70, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 439, OREILLY AUTO PARTS, 382.56, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 440, STANDARD AUTO PARTS, 341.93, PARTS & SUPPLIES; 441, TULSA COUNTY HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION SIGNS, 37.00, SIGNS; 442, QUAPAW COMPANY, THE, 9051.58, ROAD MATERIAL; 443, QUAPAW COMPANY, THE, 9493.93, ROAD MATERIAL; 444, Klutts, Walter, 300.00, Repairs; JUVENILE JUSTICE CENTER 348, BRISTOW NEWS, 45.50, ADVERTISING; 349, SAPULPA DAILY HERALD, 288.00, ADVERTISING; 350, BRISTOW NEWS, 209.25, ADVERTISING; 351, ADVANCED COPIER SYSTEMS LLC, 229.86, COPIER CHARGES; 352, Williams Grocery, 12.87, FOOD; 353, Merrifield Office Supplies, 168.67, Supplies; 354, COMDATA INC, 29.99, FUEL; 355, CITY OF BRISTOW, 306.15, Utilities; PLANNING & URBAN DEVELOPMENT 24, Standley Systems, 41.42, CONTRACT BASE RATE; SHERIFF SERVICE FEES 239, Light Em Up Emergency Equipment, 8918.60, EQUIPMENT; 240, Witmer Public Safety Group, 489.70, Supplies; 241, MPH INDUSTRIES, 7996.00, EQUIPMENT; 242, TIGER CORRECTIONAL, 410.00, FEES; 243, TIGER CORRECTIONAL, 2092.27, Commissary items;WR 911 42, Cimarron Telephone Co, 181.71, SERVICE;. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.
Item #6: NO DISCUSSION of new business. (In accordance with the Open Meetings Act, Title 25 O.S. § 31l(A) (9) , new business is defined as any matter not known about or which could not have been reasonably foreseen within 24 hours of this meeting.
Item #7: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Whitehouse to accept and sign 2018 Educational Facilities Authority Audit from Ralph Osborn, CPA. Ralph Osborn spoke to the Board as they reviewed the audit report the facility has $228,251.00 in current assets, cash equivalents of $15,582.00, 5,554.214.00 in capital leases these are bond payments from school districts. $501,440.00 was brought in this year and $38,689.00 was received from leases, there was rental fees of $6,996.00 and $6,100.00 received from the County. The only operation fees of the trust are the audit fee of $6,100.00 and trustee fee of $7,000.00. The trust added roughly $32,000.00 this year to the balance. The county receives a percentage of outstanding value for the school bonds. This $228,251. 00 that the Trust currently has can be used as the trust indenture states. Warner asked if the Board must meet annually, Goforth stated no requirement to do so, just as there is new business before the Board or a change in a board member. Warner asked who is on this Board, Stephens replied the Commissioners, and who is the Secretary of this Board Warner asked. Stephens and Goforth replied Dana Logsdon. Warner asked how the money could be spent and Goforth stated he would need to look into the source of funds and Keith Ham would need to read the indenture. Osborn stated that the source of funds is just a trustee fee and are not obligated in any way to his knowledge. There was discussion of the account being held in a separate account outside the county and that the bank statements go to Dana currently. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.
Item #8: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Whitehouse to accept and sign 2018 Public Facilities Authority Audit from Ralph Osborn, CPA. Ralph Osborn spoke to the Board as they reviewed the audit report this audit is over the 1/6 debt service. The other 1/6 M & O is audited through the County audit. We have had one major change from prior years with the cash and cash equivalents. The Trust has $188,368.00 held in a separate bank account from the County. This is held for bonds, a reserve account. The sales tax had been being transferred to the County; the Trust cannot levy a tax. The Proposition states that the collection of taxes should go to revolving fund and only pay the debt that is due. There has been $2 million held by the County in one fund. Per the Auditor's request the funds from Sales Tax that had been transferred to the County now should be transferred to the Trust. I have spoken to Keith Ham and he stated that there is no problem with this. Current assets held in the bank is $52,351.00, $2,205,159.00 held by Treasurer and $188,368.00 in separate account. Initially there was land purchased and we built a Jail, Juvenile Justice Center and the Courthouse Remodel. Now the capital assets have been accumulating for years. Currently we have $410,000.00 in payments in liabilities that we pay each year. Our bond and note liabilities are $8,735,000.00. We currently do not have any capital projects, so there is no money designated for that. We receive $13,000.00 a year for sign rental. We have paid $395,000.00 in principal on outstanding note and $346.173.00 in interest paid to note. We have earned roughly $255,000.00. The 1/6 cent tax from 2010-2018 has increased $1.8 million dollars. We are paying out $740,000.00 -$750,000.00 in payments each year; we are running $250,000.00 ahead of the payment. In the past nine years we have seen the 1/6 drop, but now you are looking at a 20% increase. By 2027 you will accumulate another $1.3 - $1.6 million from that 1/6 tax. You cannot prepay bonds until after 2022. Osborn stated that in his opinion whoever on the Trust are going to be signing checks, they need bonds and make sure the funds are pledged by collateral. Any entity can have FDIC coverage with funds under $250,000.00 anything above that amount needs to be pledge so that if the bank goes under your funds are covered. Warner asked if Osborn was going to be present at the Trust meeting on Thursday, Osborn stated yes. Warner asked Goforth if Keith Ham will be present as well, Goforth stated that is his understanding as well. Stephens asked how the $2 million had been missed on the past audits, Osborn stated they knew it was there; it is because how it was being reported. Osborn reviewed the expenses for the trust which one is the professional fees, whatever Authority has to be audited that is where these fees should be paid from. Osborn stated last year he was paid out of the Debt Service account for the Educational Audit and the Public Facilities audit as well. It is in my opinion that the account needs to be paid back from the Educational Facilities. Stephens stated that they should be coming out of whatever department is requesting the audit. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.
Item #9: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Whitehouse to let for Bid#19-19 3 Month Bridge/HWY Materials to be opened 2-25-19. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.
Item #10: Motion was made by Whitehouse and seconded by Warner to sign Inter-Cooperative Agreement with the City of Slick and Creek County District #3. Whitehouse stated this is just the yearly renewal. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.
Item #11: Motion was made by Whitehouse and seconded by Warner to sign Inter-Cooperative Agreement with the Gypsy Public School and Creek County District #3. Whitehouse stated this is just the yearly renewal. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.
Item #12: Motion was made by Whitehouse and seconded by Stephens to sign Inter-Cooperative Agreement with the City of Depew and Creek County District #3. Whitehouse stated this is just the yearly renewal. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.
Item #13: Motion was made by Whitehouse and seconded by Stephens to sign Inter-Cooperative Agreement with the Depew Public School and Creek County District #3. Whitehouse stated this is just the yearly renewal. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.
Item #14: Motion was made by Whitehouse and seconded by Warner to sign Supplemental and Modification Agreement No. 4 County Improvements for Roads and Bridges Project Agreement for County bridge Project No. J2-8681(04) Deep Fork River and Overflows with ODOT in District #3. Warner stated we just signed one of these a few weeks ago; I'm not sure what changed. Goforth reviewed and stated that the funding source has changed. Warner stated that this is State Funding not County. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.
Item #15: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Whitehouse to sign Resolution#2019-16 directing the Creek County Treasurer to credit Creek County Commissioners General Fund (R4) with $628.05 and County Jail Maintenance Fund (CJMlA) with $531.65, for the reimbursement returned by Benefit Resources Inc. on a monthly basis pursuant to the monthly report provided the same.-Tandra McClellan. McClellan stated this is reimbursement for previous employees that elected COBRA coverage. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.
Item #16: Motion was made by Whitehouse and seconded by Stephens to sign Resoltuion#2018-17 directing the Creek County Treasurer to credit the Creek County General Government Maintenance & Operations Fund (R2) with funds from the Creek County Court Clerk's Office in the amount of $176.13 to reimburse for utilities, as per 62 O.S. § 335, and procedures implemented by the State Auditor's Office. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.
Item #17: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Whitehouse to sign Resolution #2018-18 directing the Creek County Treasurer to credit the Creek County Commissioners Account (RS) workman's compensation in the amount of $14,635.30 with funds received from Creek County Court Clerk's Revolving Fund (CCR) in the amount of $5.60, Court Clerk's Payroll Fund (PFCC) in the amount of $185.97, Treasurer's Cash Voucher Resale Fund (CV) in the amount of &328.14, Treasurer's Mortgage Tax Account (CTMT) in the amount of $111.27, Assessor's Revaluation Fund(H4) in the amount of $494.63, County Clerk's Preservation Fund (CCPF-1) in the amount of $11.29, Sheriff County Jail Maintenance Payroll Fund (CJMlA) in the amount of $8,553.71, Sheriff Service Fee Payroll Fund (SSFlA) in the amount of $79.99, Sheriff Service Fee Courthouse Security Fund (SSF9) in the amount of $333.80, Sheriff Service Fee Oklahoma Highway Safety Grant (SSF15) in the amount of $84.88, Sheriff Juvenile Justice Center Payroll Fund (JJClA) in the amount of $4,446.02, as per 62 O.S. § 335, and procedures implemented by the State Auditor's Office. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.
Item #18: Motion was made by Whitehouse and seconded by Stephens to approve Utility Permit from FiberLink LLC per County Specs for fiber optic cable by boring, size of line½', size of casing 1.5' to cross W. Teel approximately½ mile W. of Teel/Wickham Jct. further described as 2550' W. of the S.E. corner of Section 4, Tl7N, RllE District #3. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.
Public Comment: NONE
Item #19: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse at 9: 58 a.m. to recess to Thursday, February 14, 2019 for a joint meeting with Public Trust Authority at 1: 30 p.m. in the Commissioners conference room. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye. 2018 Salaries *CHANCEY, RUTH L.: $5,760.96, *GILLILAND, JOSEPH: $3,024.00, *HAMILTON, LINDA S.: $3,089.58, *HOGGATT, DANNY: $3,751.20, * JONES, THERESA: $6,283.10, Abbott, Tonya: $9,327.75, ABREW, MELISSA: $10,102. 50, Adams, Leon: $6,316.85, ALEXANDER, KENDRA: $29,723.96, Anderson, Haley: $43,273.08, ANTHAMATTEN, MICHAEL E.: $55,429.76, ARNOLD, JR, RANDAL W.: $10,512.59, ARNOLD, RANDAL SR: $19,494.51, AUMAN, ROGER: $33,753.36, BADGWELL, DEBRA K.: $32,019.12, BAILEY, WILLIAM: $34,147.20, BARBO HURST, STEPHANIE: $2,377.20, BARNETT, TRUDI: $1,486. 00, BARTO, LANCE: $38,560.28, Bass, David: $11,091.19, BASS, NAOMI M.: $ 30,045.96, BECK, DAVONNE R.: $30,045.96, BENNETT, SHERRY A.: $47,722.52, BENTON, ZOE: $9,809.88, BILLINGSLY, SHAUNA: $34,652.84, BLAYLOCK, LLOYD: $ 12,347.25, BLOSS, GARY L.: $35,655.24, BOLTON, JO ANN: $385.00, Booth, William J.: $9,201.07, Bowling, Bret R.: $58,975.08, BOYD, GARY L.: $636.35, BOYETT, KIMBERLIE: $33,896.44, BOZWORTH, JAMES N.: $41,221.08, BRADSHAW, PATRICK: $20,592.95, BRANCH, PAUL R.: $1,405.90, BRASHEAR, STEPHEN D.: $15,799.26, BRIGGS, WILLIAM H.: $2,875.43, BRIZENDINE, TINA: $4,904.94, BROWNFIELD, COLTON: $16,662.88, BURKE, JOHNNY E.: $10,517.64, BYASSEE, JULIE: $39,294.76, CAFFEY, DON: $23,835.66, CAMPBELL, WILLIAM: $14,988.92, CANADY, CHRISTOPHER K.: $38,560.28, CARTER, MICHAEL W.: $11,189.42, CASSADAY, LISA: $32,019.20, CHARKOWSKI, SHAUN M.: $34,850.24, CLARK, DELWIN F.: $50,622.54, COFFEY, BRANDI: $32,014.76, CONNER, LANE: $29,919.20,COPELAND, CASEY: $29,861.96, COSBY, LAURA D.: $35,624.24, Couch, Anesa: $5,052.10, CRAIG, III THOMAS: $17,852.78, CYPRET, RUDY L.: $38,560.28, Daniel, Norman: $226.40, DANIELS, SHARON: $29,723.96, DAVIS, BYRON E.: $14,280.00, DAVIS, DRU: $34,850.24, DAVIS, PETER: $10,050.42, DENNIS, CLATIE M.: $35,428.52, DENTON, SAMUEL: $18,736.95, DEWEESE, LYNETTE: $29,857.68, Dirion, John: $15,635.49, DIXON, JAQUEE: $ 15,736.78, DOANE, DORIS JEAN: $32,848.60, EDENS, TIMOTHY K.: $36,724.24, EDGECOMB, ALANA: $30,047.47, EDMISTEN, DEREK: $7,357.41, ENGLE, DON: $63,775.08, ENGLEMAN, RICHARD K.: $1,650.00, ENLOW, JANELL D. : $64,975.08, EVANS, JAY D.: $38,560.28, FAIRES, Jr, GARY G.: $36,724.24, FARRIS, PAUL E.: $47,722.52, FERGUSON, SAMANTHA: $21,450.32, FINLEY, DEWAYLYNN: $29,723.96, FORTHMAN, JAN: $1,462.50, FOWLER, BETTY: $ 49,313.28, FRANK, EDWARD: $35,947.10, FREELAND, BLAINE: $34,842.61, FULLBRIGHT, SAVANAH: $ 17,590.79, FULLER,MARGARET: $634.00, GEYER, SIERRA: $30,045. 96, GILLIAM, MARCIA: $32,019.12, GILLILAND, DAVID E: $1,467.00, GILLILAND, GLORIA CHRISTINE: $48,804.00, GOLDBERGER, JON: $26,071.54, GRANT, JIMMEY: $36,724.24, Grayson, Thomas: $11,328.18, GREEN, JEFF T.: $29,723.96, Green, Reg: $1,109.00, GREER, TERRY G.: $39,409.84, GRIFFIN, THERESA DELL: $31,581.72, GUINN, PAUL LEON: $38,560.28, GURLEY, JOHN: $18,395.64, Halbach, Brandon: $359.41, HARWOOD, ALLEN: $35,655.24, HAYES-MCCURLEY, MISTY J.: $40,921.24, HENDERSON, JERRY W.: $38,163.93, HENDRICKS, LISA D.: $30,045.96, HERMES, RICHARD E.: $721.00, HILL, BENJAMIN: $33,976.94, HILL, PEGGY L.: $ 36,724.24, HINOJOSA, CHRISTOPHER: $2,565.67,Hoggatt, David: $4,978.52, HOLLADAY, MICHAEL: $21,298.56, HOPKINS, IVIE: $21,046.08, HOUSE, JR, BOBBY D.: $19,823.24, HOWARD, CYNTHIA H.: $37,642.32, HOWARD, DAVID M.: $41,221.08, HUDSON, HOLLIE: $32,469.03, HUDSON, JORDAN: $31,283.25, HURST, CHARLES A.: $38,560.28, HURT, MATTHEW: $14,714.82, Hutton, Michael: $12,556.67, HYDE, SHEREE: $5,371.89, INGRAM, ANITA M.: $40,921.24, JACKSON, TONI: $ 30,117.36, James, Judy: $2,743.75, JINDRA, AMANDA: $452.80, JONES, DAVID J.: $4,704.16, KALEVIK, MENTER C.: $17,108.81, KAUP, KORY: $17,461.61, KEIFFER, JONATHAN R.: $47,722.52, KING, BOB: $38,560.28, KRAMER, MATTHEW: $32,645.55, KRENZ, JUSTIN M.: $15,907.70, LABBEE, JEFFERY: $23,972.21,LANG, TIFFANY: $ 17,167.29, LAWLEY, CHARLES: $36,419.51, LEACH, CHRISTOPHER T.: $39,697.72, LEATHERWOOD, ADDIE B.: $29,723.96, LEATHERWOOD, SCOTT: $29,723.96, LEE, SUE: $900.00, Leland, Nathan: $5,052.10, LEWIS, ALEXIS: $10,038.84, LEWIS, JACOB: $26,064.22, LOGSDON, DANA R.: $55,429.76, LONG, JEANNIE S.: $5,863.54, LOUDERMILK, DAVID L.: $17,918.52, Lundstrom, Jordan: $9,582.90, LUSTER, PAMELA S.: $39,294.76, MAINARD, DEBI: $35,048.88, Malcom, Dusty: $9,582.90, MANNING, PAIGE: $29,723.96, MANN, JUSTIN B.: $38,560.28, MARCUM, MICHAEL E.: $36,115.24, MARTIN, VICKIE: $70.00, MARVIN, JOANN I.: $35,624.24, MAST, TYLER: $12,262.35, MATTHIAS, RYAN: $33,937.36, Mayberry, Dillon W.: $10,829.12, MCCLEERY, JUSTIN: $38,560.28, McClellan, Tandra L.: $40,584.04, MCDANIEL, RYAN: $38,560.28, McDonald, Michelle: $5,118.96, MCGUIRE, C WAYNE: $38,560.28, MILLER, RONALD: $37,553.03, MONTEZUMA, MELISSA: $11,640.76, Moore, Jr, Harvey M.: $34,491.00, MOORE, KYLE: $15,549.66, MOORE, TINA: $30,363.20, Mortazavi, Jennifer D.: $63,775.08, MORTON, CHRIS A.: $36,724.24, Munger, Travis: $12,697.90, Murray, Covey W.: $43,282.12, MURRAY, 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$34,680.78, Thompson, Cynthia A.: $31,581.72, Thompson, Eric: $5,052.10, Thompson, Gerald: $300.00, Thompson, Joseph: $55,429.76, THOMPSON, ROBERT STEVE: $38,560.28, Tilley, Eric: $2,868.48, TILLISON, CHRISTY L.: $40,921.24, Toomey, Nancy: $420.00, Trout, Tina: $115.00, TUCKER, VICKIE: $32,014.76, VANCE, VICKIE: $24,916.16, Vanorsdol, Amanda: $63,775.08, VAUGHN, PAULA F.: $43,273.08, WAKEFIELD, DONOVAN: $15,903.42, Walker, ROCHELLE: $32,421.30, WARD, CORY: $29,723.96, WARE, GLORIA J.: $43,282.12, WARNER, LEON: $66,175.08, WASHINGTON, NINA: $30,331.61, WEBBER, ANGELA D.: $28,569.04, WELLS,SANDRA: $1,417.00, WHISENHUNT, TERESA: $55,429.76, WHITEHOUSE, MATTHEW LANE: $66,175.08, WHITEHOUSE, ROBIN G.: $39,294.76, WHITE, MATTHEW: $33,753.36, Wickliffe, Stephanie: $35,607.60, WICK, RENEE LYNN: $31,321.08, Williamson, Christi: $33,267.34, WILLINGHAM-THOMAS, EDINA L.: $34,850.24, WILLS, NICHOLAS: $1,061.25, WILSON, ANGELA: $29,723.96, Wimberly, Clinton B.: $38,560.28, WINTERS, KEVIN: $14,714.82, WISE,DEAN: $34,029.36, WOOD, MONTE C.: $16,897.25