June 17, 2019
The Board of County Commissioners of Creek County (BOCC) met in Regular Session on Monday, June 17, 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 Whitehouse and seconded by Warner to approve the minutes of June 10, 2019. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Abstain, Whitehouse - Aye.
Item #5: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Whitehouse to approve May Monthly Reports from Health Department, Court Clerk, County Clerk, OSU Extension Services; Transfers $1,000.00 from SL-lB Part-time Election Board and $1,400.00 from SL-lC Travel Election Board FY2018-2019 to SL-2 M&O Election Board FY2019; $43,094.66 from CBRIF-ALL/CBI-ALL Co Bridge & Rd Improv Fund-ALL HWY FY2018-2019 to CBRIF-1/CBI-1 Co Bridge & Rd Improv Fund-Dist. #1 HWY $14,364.88, CBRIF-2/CBI-2 Co Bridge & Rd Improv Fund-Dist. #2 HWY $14,364.89, CBRIF-3/CBI-3 Co Bridge & Rd Improv Fund-Dist. #3 HWY $14,364.88 FY2019; $386,166.31 from TlA-LL HWY Cash Salary-ALL HWY FY2018-2019 to TlA-2 HWY Cash/Salary-Dist. #2 HWY $200.00, TlA-3 HWY Cash/SalaryDist. #3 HWY $5,400.00 FY2019, T2-l HWY Cash/M&O-Dist. #1 HWY $78,818.25, T2-2 HWY Cash/M&O-Dist. #2 HWY $111,373.22, T2-3 HWY Cash/M&O-Dist. #3 HWY $114,758.21, T2-ALL HWY Cash/M&O-ALL HWY $38,616.63 FY2019; T3-1 HWY Cash/Cap Outlay- Dist. #1 HWY $10,000.00, T3-2 HWY Cash/Cap Outlay- Dist. #2 HWY $12,000.00, and T3-3 HWY Cash/Cap Outlay- Dist. #3 HWY $15,000.00 FY2019; Blanket Purchase Orders #6870 - 6896; Purchase Orders #2018-2019 CASH VOUCHER AIR FRESHENERS 5348 SCENTS PLUS LLC 48.00; FURNITURE 6713 Merrifield Office Supplies 389.98; SEARCH ENGINE 5339 LEXISNEXIS RISK SOLUTIONS 105.00; WATER 5360 FIZZ-0 WATER COMPANY 27.90; CO JAIL MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT 6507 Amazon Capital Services 412.78; FURNITURE 6493 Merrifield Office Supplies 258.00; Maintenance 4748 Castle.Com 489.75; Parts & Labor 6746 Allied/Headrick Plumbing 256.00; SERVICE 6841 Verizon Wireless 331.60; Shirts 4077 Gorfam 328.50; 5819 Gorfam 137.50; Supplies 6491 Merrifield Office Supplies 551.98; 6492 Merrifield Office Supplies 556.21; 6494 Merrifield Office Supplies 912.41; 6691 Merrifield Office Supplies 39.98; 6732 Merrifield Office Supplies 649.77; 6733 Merrifield Office Supplies 591.95; 6734 Merrifield Office Supplies 179.96; 6759 Merrifield Office Supplies 580.00; Training 6756 Turn Key Health Clinics LLC 120.00; 6757 Turn Key Health Clinics LLC 255.00; UNIFORM & ACCESSORIES 5787 SPECIALOPS UNIFORMS 284.01; Utilities 6838 CITY OF SAPULPA 3532.15; COUNTY IMPROVEMENTS Agreement 6853 CREEK CO PUBLIC FACILITIES 166566.38; COURT CLERK REV FUND Business Cards 100 Merrifield Office Supplies 20.00; LEASE 98 PITNEY BOWES INC 961.95; Supplies 97 Merrifield Office Supplies 69.30; 99 Merrifield Office Supplies 329.27; DRUG COURT GRANT REIMBURSEMENT 6859 LOEFFLER, MIKE 670.00; E-911 PHASE II ACCESS FEES 6616 DEPT OF PUBLIC SAFETY 350.00; FEES 5503 DEPT OF PUBLIC SAFETY 110.00; SERVICE 6840 Verizon Wireless 34.80; GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 6142 INCOG 5000.00; AIR FRESHENERS 6265 Simply Scentsational 210.00; CLERICAL SERVICES 6353 TINER, ROBIN 440.00; Door Decall 5977 I CARE AUTO GLASS & PARTS 2100.00; EQUIPMENT 3366 OKLAHOMA POLICE SUPPLY 0.00; 5169 LightEm Up Emergency Equipment 20797.14; FURNITURE 6334 Amazon Capital Services 956.19; Labor & Equipment 6568 Tyco Electric Inc 2331.17; Labor & Materials 6434 AIR COMFORT INC 1239.00; Maintenance 5504 Castle.Com 385.00; OIL CHANGES 6276 J & A CASTROL LUBE EXPRESS 406.91; parts 6855 ADVANCED AUTO PARTS 23.79; 6858 CDW GOVERNMENT INC 45.23; Parts & Labor 6495 I-CARE BOBY WORKS 97.18; 6692 Midtown Auto & Diesel Repair Inc 115.99; 6816 Midtown Auto & Diesel Repair Inc 248.45; PERMIT FEE 6799 OK Dept Of Environmental Quality 748.11; PUBLICATION 6743 SAPULPA DAILY HERALD 29.30; RENTAL 6022 CARZOR CORP 70.00; Repairs 6227 TOTAL RADIO INC 450.00; SERVICE 6270 VERIZON CONNECT NWF, INC 18.95; 6837 THOMSON-WEST 170.00; 6842 Verizon Wireless 1574.84; 6846 COX COMMUNICATIONS 1306.10; Shirts 1859 Gorfam 170.00; STAMP 6515 Merrifield Office Supplies 19.99; Supplies 5920 WESTLAKE ACE HARDWARE 189.29; 6272 ADVANCED AUTO PARTS 392.40; 6376 SIRCHIE FINGERPRINT LABS 104.10; 6830 Merrifield Office Supplies 112.37; Training 6856 Weapon Systems Training Council LLC 495.00; UNIFORM & ACCESSORIES 386 SPECIAL-OPS UNIFORMS 174.59; 6689 SPECIAL-OPS UNIFORMS 50.32; Utilities 6755 CITY OF SAPULPA 136.13; 6800 0 N G 108.84; 6801 EAST CENTRAL ELECTRIC COOP 402.00; 6802 EAST CENTRAL ELECTRIC COOP 437.00; 6803 0 G & E 363.86; 6804 0 G & E 424.71; 6806 0 G & E 287.84; 6854 CITY OF SAPULPA 1572.96; 6857 0 N G 194.92; 6860 0 N G 150.69; WATER 6356 FIZZ-0 WATER COMPANY 43.80; GENERAL ADMINISTRATION EQUIPMENT 4058 Castle.Com 32945.20; HEALTH COPIER MAINT 6304 PREFERRED BUSINESS SYSTEMS LLC 165.38; Repairs 6613 Raby Plumbing 155.00; TRAVEL 1949 DEARMAN, SHEREE 23.10; 3229 DEARMAN, SHEREE 69.30; 3688 DEARMAN, SHEREE 23.10; 5188 Watson, Robyn 164.00; 5655 STRINGFELLOW, ANNA 110.00; Tshirts 6259 Tulsa Area Immunization Coalition 252.00; Utilities 5203 O N G 172.20; 5207 o G & E 249.41; 6294 o G & E 341.15; HIGHWAY Business Cards 6558 American T 65.00; PARTS & SUPPLIES 1010 Jackson Pump & Supply 83.97; 1382 KIRBY-SMITH MACHINERY 103.08; 1397 OCT EQUIPMENT INC 521.96; 3902 CHEROKEE HOSE & SUPPLY INC 18.24; 5702 YELLOWHOUSE MACHINERY 333.42; 6325 JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL 290.51; RENTAL 6045 Lampton Welding Supply 65.47; SERVICE 6066 UniFirst Holdings Inc 1309.16; 6445 PATRIOT SECURITY SYSTEMS INC 40.00; 6652 TriFab Trash Service 80.00; SIGNS 3418 TULSA COUNTY HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION SIGNS 220.20; SOFTWARE 6728 CDW GOVERNMENT INC 176.43; Supplies 1383 LOCKE SUPPLY 54.18; 3770 Heritage Crystal Clean LLC 339.09; Utilities 6049 0 G & E 27.56; 6668 0 G & E 375.30; HIGHWAY TAX ASPHALT 6086 Greenhill Materials 991.03; EMULSIONS 6040 ERGON A & E INC 812.19; First Aid Supplies 5926 GREEN GUARD FIRST AID & SAFETY 184.37; FUEL 6814 ETHRIDGE OIL 13064.49; parts 6200 MHC Kenworth-Tulsa 295.09; 6559 Napa Auto Parts 13.80; Parts & Labor 6509 TULSA AUTO SPRING CO INC 1016.95; Parts & Service 6069 YELLOWHOUSE MACHINERY 1119.06; 6084 HARRIS OIL CO 55.95; PARTS & SUPPLIES 4363 OCT EQUIPMENT INC 354.80; 5104 WELDON PARTS-TULSA 502.51; 5404 YELLOWHOUSE MACHINERY 1337.36; 5521 CHEROKEE HOSE & SUPPLY INC 46.98; 6059 Summit Truck Group 746.67; 6068 WELDON PARTS-TULSA 85.87; 6077 WARREN CAT 30.35; 6099 BRUCKNERS 1324.61; 6619 SOUTHERN TIRE MART LLC 1207.14; ROAD MATERIAL 6033 APAC CENTRAL INC 884.61; SERVICE & SUPPLIES 6639 UniFirst Holdings Inc 205.50; Supplies 5935 ATWOODS 862.90; 6560 UniFirst Holdings Inc 231.06; JUVENILE JUSTICE CENTER COPIER CONTRACT 6185 ADVANCED COPIER SYSTEMS LLC 243.41; Food/Supplies 6180 SYSCO 1821.19; Maintenance 6532 Castle.Com 481.50; MEMBERSHIP DUES 6817 OK JUVENILE DETENTION ASSOCIATION 300.00; OIL CHANGES 6820 J & A CASTROL LUBE EXPRESS 42.99; PEST CONTROL 5368 SILVER BULLET PEST CONTROL, PEST SERVICES INC 280.00; 6754 SILVER BULLET PEST CONTROL, PEST SERVICES INC 280.00; Repairs 5837 Castle.Com 496.04; 6737 Castle.Com 904.50; SERVICE 6839 Verizon Wireless 34.80; 6847 COX COMMUNICATIONS 1566.97; Service Call 6508 SWEEPER FABRICATORS INC 1635.00; Supplies 6720 Merrifield Office Supplies 480.87; Utilities 6848 0 G & E 1934.32; LAW LIBRARY LAW LIBRARY SALARY 14 Bower, Laura 300.00; 15 Bower, Laura 300.00; 16 Bower, Laura 300.00; PLANNING & URBAN DEVELOPMENT POSTAGE 6825 U S POSTMASTER 402.50; PUBLICATION 1082 SAPULPA DAILY HERALD 49.65; STAMP 6514 Merrifield Office Supplies 67.98; Supplies 6815 Merrifield Office Supplies 349.35; SHERIFF SERVICE FEES Commissary items 6818 TIGER CORRECTIONAL 360.17; 6819 TIGER CORRECTIONAL 1858.08; EQUIPMENT 5299 Light Em Up Emergency Equipment 10151.05; 5300 Light Em Up Emergency Equipment 8537.78; FOOD SERVICE 6849 TIGER CORRECTIONAL 5258.82; FUEL 6758 COMDATA INC 9701.02; Medical 6850 Turn Key Health Clinics LLC 28030.57; WR 911 Utilities 6805 CIMARRON TELEPHONE COMPANY 1368.57. 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. § 311(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 Warner and seconded by Stephens to table for two weeks until July 1, 2019 on discussion and possible action to consider rezoning case CCZ-1987; applicant, Shane Cox, requests approval of rezoning from an R-1 Single Family Dwelling to A-1 General Agricultural District to allow a manufactured home located at 28001 W. 61st St. S. in Sand Springs, Oklahoma-Wendy Murray, Planner. Wendy Murray, Planner spoke to the Board the property is not designated on the future land use map and is not located in a flood zone. The property contains 4.97 acres and has 161.50' of frontage, it will meet all requirements. The applicant requests a 2019 2100 sq. ft. mobile home to sit 200' off of the road and the property will support one dwelling. There are similar zonings in the area to the north and east of property land is zoned R-1 and to the South and West there are A-1 zonings. The SMAPC recommended approval with a 5-1 vote on 5/21/19. We have received opposition with this rezoning request. The Planning Office recommends approval. Warner asked if the applicant would like to speak. Trisha ox, applicant spoke to the Board, we request the rezoning from R-1 to A-1 to have goats for our children, which have an allergy to dairy. We want to have a home near our in-laws, since the application we have consider different housing options. Since the last meeting we have had some hostile neighbors within Round Mountain II contact us at work and on our personal phones. Cindy Cox, mother-in law stated she would like to thank all the people that work with Creek County you have went above and beyond to help us understand the regulations and laws. To the Round Mountain residents it is disheartening when nobody cares about the character of my son and his wife. The residents have waged a war against them. We have been considerate of the conveyances of Round Mountain and have since looked at other options. Warner asked if there is anyone here that is against the rezoning and would like to speak. Elisa Anderson resident of Round Mountain II presented information to the Board. I am one of many from Round Mountain Estates II that would ask the Board to deny the request. In 1984 the subdivision was rezoned from A-1 to R-1 to protect our subdivision. I have a petition with 102 signatures that I would ask the Board to take into considerations of denying the request. We do not want a mobile home located within our R-1 Subdivision. The SMAPC recommended approval, the procedure wasn't followed correctly. There was not enough land the first time, so the Cox's had to deed over more to Shane. Also, the 300 foot radius did not include the Witt's. Our conveyances states stick built homes, to protect the value of our homes, no mobiles. If you approve you are opening the door for others to bring in mobile homes, which lowers our integrity of our housing addition. We are an established neighborhood; give us the respect to maintain our neighborhood. The map was reviewed by the Board. Ashley Drake, Planning stated that the Witt's had been notified, it was caught when the joining of the other lot and mailed to their address. Janice DeRamus asked if the above property was located in a subdivision, Anderson stated yes. Other residents Owen Loden, Trudi Parris, Sandy Wittenborn and Charles Jenneman within Round Mountain all have the same concern of their property values going down if mobile homes are allowed to come in. Mr. Jenneman stated he is has been a Creek County resident for 20 years and had contacted Shane Cox's work and left a message, along with leaving him a voice mail on cellphone. I just wanted to do what is right for the neighborhood and the Cox's. I own the property to the south, which is zoned R-1 not A-1 as stated by Wendy Murray, Planner. I never knew much about zoning and conveyances until I had it explained to me through my title opinion. It clearly states no mobile homes and no temporary structures to be allowed. Jenneman went through the Oklahoma guidelines for mobile homes. Anderson asked that the Board look at the whole picture of the area. Stephens stated the whole picture no bearing and the conveyances have nothing to do with the County; we are strictly looking at the use of the property. We have guidelines that we try and use. Warner stated that whatever happens today is not going to impact the conveyances; I have spoken to many of you along with the family. They are willing to reconsider the dwelling, so let's see if we can work together and have a happy community. Trudi Parris stated that they oppose the mobile home, but have no issue with the goats as long as they are penned up. There are several residents that have goats and horses now in the addition. Cox's stated that R-1 does not allow goats or farm animals within the County regulations, it would need to rezone to A-1 to allow. Warner asked if Goforth, Assistant District Attorney had anything to add. Goforth stated that as we have discussed in the past, you have a couple of factors to consider. You have to consider any interruptions of zoning cases law as well. You need to determine if the change would impact the area, which could result in a study being done. The conveyances are enforceable between the property owners and done through the court system. Keep in mind that our new Planning Commission will be meeting soon with a new set of regulations and the decision you make today may have to be changed. We don't know what direction the new board will take us. I would say that the mailing notice brought up has been cleared up with the additional mailing. This is why it has taken so long to be heard by this board. There is another option for allowing the goats in an R-1 you could apply for a special exception. I would say you as the Board can either make a decision today or you can pass it, not to exceed 30 days from the hearing date or if no decision is reached it acts as a denial per statute. Warner asked if the original application could be changed or modified. Anderson again asked that the Board keep in mind how this would affect property value. Goforth stated that you have the mobile home issue; again the government does not get involved in the conveyances. If the application is approved today, can a mobile be moved in tomorrow, the answer is no. There are conveyances preventing a mobile being moved in this would be enforced by the residents in the court system. We have hundreds of mobiles in inappropriate places today, we try and enforce the zoning, but it doesn't mean that all are legal. Warner stated that we have a couple of issues; you the residents need to contact your board member and voice what you want in your area. We will have new rules with the new planning board. Anderson stated that I don't think we are on the same page, I think they need to start their application process over and ask for a special exception. Warner asked if each individual with animals now has to complete their own application for a special exception or can they all go in together. Murray stated each would have to apply. Sandy Wittenborn stated that she is a resident of Round Mountain II and that she has not felt like there have been any hostile situations with the Cox family. We are just concerned with our property value and we have taken this to court in the past over a temporary mobile home being within the addition and we won with our conveyances. So, they have been tested in the Court and with 106 signatures on the petition we will be back in Court. Stephens made sure the applicants are aware if the Board makes a decision it doesn't override your conveyances. That is a binding document. Warner asked if the Cox's would be open to resubmitting their application, Trisha Cox stated yes. The Board asked for two weeks to review the request before making a decision. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.
Item #8: DISCUSSION ONLY/NO ACTION to consider opening up a road off Highway 48 and 131 st St. S. heading west in District #2.-Darren Cloud. Mr. C1oud provided a map to the Board and he owns 35 acres that he is having a difficult time accessing. 131st St. is a dead section; I have to access property by foot, due to Figure 8 Creek and Pole Cat creek running through the property. Warner asked Cloud if he had access from the west, yes but I have terrain issues. There is a gap in between the two pieces I own, due to a few government owned lots. Warner explained to Mr. Cloud that you have access to the property even with the terrain issues. If we were to grant the opening to the section line, you would be responsible for building the road and maintaining it, moving the fences on both sides of the section line and it will become open to the public. Warner asked what exists on the ½ mile today, Cloud stated there is a 400' road called Roseander Road, and it looks to have been used as a lease road at one time. It has a locked gate and the property to the north has a driveway up to their house. Stephens went back over what would happen if the section line was to be opened. There cannot be a gate of any kind; it must be open 24/7 to the public. If possible you may try and work with the landowner for an easement for a private access. Warner asked if the other owners would grant him an easement to be able to access the property easier, Cloud stated he has spoken to the owners and they are not willing. Warner stated he typically likes to contact the individual before the item is placed on the agenda for opening section lines to discuss what the process is; I have been busy with the flooding issues and didn't have time. Cloud stated he was unaware of the cost being on the individual and not the county; he apologized for the time wasted today. The Board stated that hopefully he was educated today of the process and how it is handled. Cloud withdrew his request.
Item #9: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Whitehouse to allow the use of the County Courthouse Complex by Creek County law enforcement on August 24, 2019, from noon to 9:00 p.m. for the Creek County Memorial Fund-Jim Madden, Sapulpa FOP Lodge #94. Madden stated the Four Kings would like to sponsor the event to have a Law Ride to benefit the memorial fund. We will have registration in 3 different regions; I would like every law enforcement agency to be represented there. We want to fix the memorial that was damaged by the storms and add additional stones. Stephens stated he appreciates there efforts in having the fundraiser and has the most respect that you have in the value of the monuments. There was discussion if the County has thought about moving the monuments out so that both sides of the monuments could be utilized. Stephens stated he thinks how they are now is the most respectful, I would like to add two new stones and have them angled at 45 degrees and all names to be on the front. Madden stated that we will have a ceremony at 4 p.m. and present the check to the county, we will have a live country band with food, to show our appreciation to all law enforcement. The public is welcome to attend. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.
Item #10: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Whitehouse to Accept and Award Bid #19-24 Ballet Printing to Midwest Printing, per the recommendations of Joy Naifeh, Creek County Election Board. Bids submitted by Midwest and a no bid from Tulsa County Administrative Services. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.
Item #11: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to accept the audit reports for fiscal years 2015, 2016, and 2017. Warner stated that the only issues were with federal grants and the County wasn't as diligent of the requirements of the grants. We will work on that in the future. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.
Item #12: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Whitehouse to approve Resolution#2019-61 changing Receiving Officer from Tim Quinton to Paul Farris for the Use Tax (GA2) account. Dana Logsdon, Deputy Commissioner stated that after all the purchase orders coming through with the storm damage, we need the person going out and inspecting the work to be signing the receiving reports stating that the work has been done and complete. Farris is involved in that process and it only made sense to make the change. Stephens stated he is the boots on the ground and with the FEMA reports we will utilize him in that process. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.
Item #13: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Whitehouse to pass for two weeks until July 1, 2019 discussion and possible to consider roof replacement at 23 Oak Street, maintenance shed. Paul Farris, Project Coordinator stated he has been working with the insurance company on storm damage the shed sustained on May 24, 2019. Farris stated that there had been logs fall on it and that the shed is leaking confirmed by Covey Murray. The insurance is willing to pay a portion of the repairs at a rate of 30- 40%. The shingles are out of date and it has inadequate decking. I have received an estimate of $7, 420.00 for a 30 year composition roof with new decking. Warner asked how big the shed is, Farris stated 24 X 30 to 24 X 40. Stephens asked if they had considered placing a metal roof on it to match the house and the rest of the complex. Farris stated no, but he could get an estimate. Stephens stated that we may look into a new building if we are going to put roughly $8000.00 into it just fixing the roof. Let' s look at making the building more functional. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye,
Whitehouse - Aye.
Item #14: DISCUSSION ONLY/NO ACTION of FEMA paperwork for disaster declaration-Don Engle, Treasurer. Warner stated that this item may have several things to address; FEMA is looking for a site to have for two to four weeks. They are currently located in a temporary trailer at Sapulpa High School parking lot. We have a phone call into OEM to come out and inspect the Collins Building to see if it would be a fit for them to setup in the Ballroom. I have spoken to Sherry and they only had one event, they were sure that could be moved or rescheduled. We were suggested by the City of Sapulpa to house the public assistance point of contact with FEMA. Covey, Murray, Emergency Management stated he has already made contact with OEM and is awaiting the inspection of the building. If approved, FEMA will setup in the Ballroom for the next 30- 60 days, providing computers for applicants. Murray stated that there have been 100 applicants so far, with at least 580 calling in for information. This will be for individuals affected by the storm primarily within the Sapulpa Area. Don Engle, Treasurer stated he just wanted to make sure that the information was provided to FEMA in a timely manner, so that the County didn't lose any funding in which they may receive. Murray stated that the County has already submitted reports from each district to FEMA and OEM will be out here today to view District #2. We have submitted an estimate of $450, 000.00 just in district #2 from potential damage from the Tornado and primarily flooding. We still have structures underwater and the damage and cost are unknown to them at this time. Murray stated that we only have to hit a threshold of $258, 000.00 for assistance of the whole county. Stephens stated this is not Murray' s first rodeo with FEMA and we have already had meetings with OEM and the City of Sapulpa. Warner asked how would we get the word out, if the Collins Building becomes the FEMA site for the County, Murray stated social media, public notices within the Courthouse and City of Sapulpa and the County website.
Item #15: Motion was made by Whitehouse and seconded by Stephens to approve Resolution#2019-62 surplussing an electronic embosser serial# 9310 and Resolution#62A disposing of electronic embosser inv#233.05 to be junked. Don Engle stated that the old one has quit working and they are upgrading to a new embosser. The company will be destroying the old one and the seal. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.
Item #16: Motion was made by Whitehouse and seconded by Stephens for the Allocation of Beverage Tax to be distributed as follows Bristow $3, 074.32; Depew $347.23; Drumright $2, 120.77; Kellyville $838.69; Kiefer $1, 228.66; Lawrence Creek $109.51; Mannford $2, 243.64; Mounds $852.05; Oilton $739.87; Sapulpa $14, 984.31; Shamrock $74.79; Slick $96.16. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.
Public Comment; NONE
Adjournment: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Stephens at 10: 50 a.m. and meet again 6-24-19. Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Stephens - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.