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2020-7-13 Meeting Minutes

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   July 13, 2020

The Board of County Commissioners of Creek County (BOCC) met in Regular Session on Monday, July 13, 2020 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. Roll Call Stephens present, Warner present, and Smith present.

Item #2: Statement of compliance with open meetings act-Chairman.

Item #3: Commissioner Stephens led the Pledge of Allegiance and Invocation.

Item #4: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Warner toapprove correcting the minutes of June 4 and June 29, 2020, June 4, 2020 correcting Regular Meeting to Special and June 29 item #9 from 1/, 1/3, 1/3 to 1/3/, 1/3, 1/3. There was discussion on July 1 and July 6, 2020 not be able to be corrected or approved due to Whitehouse and Warner being absent on meeting dates. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Abstained.

Item #5: Motion was made by Whitehouse and seconded by Stephens to approve June Monthly Reports from OSU Extension Services, County Clerk and Court Clerk; Contracts Kellpro Software and Service Agreement for Sheriff and Highway District #1; Transfers $6,367.48 from 7205-1-1900-2005 Law Library FY2019-2020 to 7205-1-1900-2005 Law Library FY2021; $14,945.08 from 1103-6-4000-4030 CBI-ALL HWY FY2020-2021 to 1103-6-4100-4030 CBI-1 HWY $4,981.69, 1103-6-4200-4030 CB1-2 HWY $4,981.69 and 1103-6-4200-4030 CBI-3 HWY $4,981.69 FY2021; $280,772.50 from 1102-6-4000-1110 HWY/Salary-ALL HWY FY2020-2021 to 1102-6-4000-2005 HWY M&O-All HWY $24,032.48, 1102-6-4100-2005 HWY M&O-Dis#1 HWY $5,611.34, and 1102-6-4300-2005 HWY M&O-Dist#3 $4,843.34 FY2021, 1102-6-4100-1100 HWY Salary-Dist#1 HWY $50,000.00, 1102-6-4200-1110 HWY Salary-Dist#2 HWY $80,000.00 and 1102-6-4300-1110 HWY Salary-Dist#3 HWY $80,000.00 FY2021, 1102-6-4100-4110 HWY Cap Outlay-Dist#1 HWY $10,000.00, 1102-6-4200-4110 HWY Cap Outlay-Dist#2 HWY $11,285.34 and 1102-6-4300-4110 HWY Cap Outlay-Dist#3 HWY $15,000.00 FY2021; $100,000.00 from 001-1-1700-1005 Assessor Reval Assessor FY2020-2021 to 001-1-1600-1110 Assessor Reval Assessor FY2021; $274.96 from 1220-1-0600-2005 CV-2 Resale M&O Treasurer FY2018-2019 to 1220-1-0600-2005 Resale M&O Treasurer FY2021; $420.00 from 1313-6-8043-2005 HWY Tax M&O-Dist#3 HWY FY2018-2019 to 1313-6-8043-2005 Rd & Bridges ST-Dist#3 FY2021; $49,808.60 from 7206-1-0100-2005 Drug Court FY2019-2020 to 7206-1-0100-2005 Drug Court FY2021; $3,788.62 from 001-1-2700-2005 Civil Defense Commissioners FY2020-2021 to 001-1-2700-1110 Civil Defense Salary Commissioners FY2021; $6,457.90 from 001-1-3200-2005 Metro Planning Commissioners FY2020-2021 to 001-1-3200-1110 Metro Planning Salary Commissioners FY2021; Blanket Purchase Orders #477 - 534; Purchase Orders # 2019-2020 911 Phone Dispatch office supplies 6911 Amazon Capital Services 73.08;  General ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 6747 INCOG 5000.00; BOCC MINUTES 6826 SAPULPA DAILY HERALD 399.60; 6924 SAPULPA DAILY HERALD 350.78; CREMATION 6436 HUTCHINS-MAPLES FUNERAL HOME 185.00; FUEL 6466 HOPKINS PROPANE 268.49; Labor & Materials 5978 A & M ELECTRIC CO INC 83.00; OIL CHANGES 6688 Midtown Auto & Diesel Repair Inc 719.13; SERVICE 4762 Thompson Reuters- West 183.60; 6612 Verizon Wireless 160.04; 6613 COX COMMUNICATIONS 175.14; 6701 COX COMMUNICATIONS 36.19; 6714 Elder Water Consulting Inc 165.00; SUBSCRIPTION 6819 ELECTION ADMINISTRATION REPORT 219.00; Supplies 3527 WESTLAKE ACE HARDWARE OK-020 42.97; 6380 Merrifield Office Supplies 7.69; 6472 LOWES CREDIT SERVICES 234.96; Ticket Books 6922 LAW ENFORCEMENT SYSTEMS INC 564.00; TOW CHARGE 6923 A & W TOWING 141.25; TRAINING 6809 OSU-CTP 130.00; TRAVEL 6464 Trout, Tina 56.18; UTILITIES 6702 CREEK CO RURAL WATER D#3 132.35; WATER 4010 CULLIGAN OF TULSA 26.25; 6695 FIZZ-O WATER COMPANY 15.75; Health JANITORIAL 6309 CLEAN SCOPE CLEANING GROUP LLC 1788.00; LEASE 6300 Standley Systems 367.60; SERVICE 5717 , VIP Voice Services 835.00; TRAVEL 2469 BOYKIN, LINDA 41.40; 6307 Givings, Samantha 343.85; 6694 STRINGFELLOW, ANNA 160.43;Highway FUEL 6616 COMDATA INC 299.93; PARTS/SUPPLIES 5121 WESTLAKE ACE HARDWARE OK-020 214.33; 6474 O REILLY AUTO PARTS 769.05; PAYMENT 6515 OKLA DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 1791.56; 6619 OTA PIKEPASS CENTER 10.20; Phone Bill 6822 A T & T MOBILITY 245.49; PIKEPASS FEES 6514 OTA PIKEPASS CENTER 251.78; Supplies 5490 Fastenal 72.97; 6522 Lampton Welding Supply 60.95; 6527 VARNERS EQUIPMENT & HARDWARE 44.65; TRASH 6623 AMERICAN WASTE CONTROL INC 60.00; UTILITIES 6516 O G & E 27.38; Hwy-ST ASPHALT 6511 Greenhill Materials 2430.89; EMULSIONS 6525 ERGON A & E INC 3201.75; OIL 6736 Petrochoice Dynamo LLC 724.03; parts 6856 THOMPSON DIESEL INC 895.00; Parts & Service 6033 HARRIS OIL CO 879.90; 6071 YELLOWHOUSE MACHINERY 313.73; PARTS & SUPPLIES 74 PREMIER TRUCK GROUP 94.29; 940 MHC Kenworth-Tulsa 178.73; 4606 CHEROKEE HOSE & SUPPLY INC 491.13; 5027 WELDON PARTS-TULSA 328.11; 5039 CHEROKEE HOSE & SUPPLY INC 32.84; 6028 NAPA AUTO PARTS 969.87; 6030 O REILLY AUTO PARTS 354.36; 6036 FLEET PRIDE 413.76; 6039 DRUMRIGHT AUTO SUPPLY 57.12; 6045 AMERICAN WELDING 37.55; 6058 CROW-BURLINGAME CO 10.40; 6059 STANDARD AUTO PARTS 991.39; 6172 WELDON PARTS-TULSA 12.70; 6178 CHEROKEE HOSE & SUPPLY INC 1410.00; 6481 NAPA AUTO PARTS 405.48; 6489 ATWOODS 573.82; 6504 ECONOMY SUPPLY CO 65.17; 6519 OCT EQUIPMENT INC 319.58; 6534 O REILLY AUTO PARTS 494.73; 6615 ATWOODS 288.67; Repair 6901 Stewart Martin Equipment 4944.33; Repairs 6533 Sellers Tire Inc 385.00; ROAD MATERIAL 6510 ANCHOR STONE 328.69; SERVICE 6023 Republic Services #503 104.58; Supplies 3742 CHEROKEE HOSE & SUPPLY INC 29.74; 5633 Stewart Martin Equipment 81.66; TESTING 6496 TotalSIR 36.50; Jail-ST CCJ MAINTENANCE 6804 Lighting inc 232.99; REPAIRS/SUPPLIES 6662 MORRISON SUPPLY 3677.22; Juv Dent-ST JUVENILE DETENTION 6912 Merrifield Office Supplies 70.00; Planning/Zoning POSTAGE 5242 QUADIENT FINANCE USA INC 500.00; PUBLICATION 6167 SAPULPA DAILY HERALD 76.45; Resale BOTTLED WATER 6012 FIZZ-O WATER COMPANY 42.75; FUEL 4322 COMDATA INC 312.27; SERVICE 6004 LEXISNEXIS RISK SOLUTIONS 180.00; Shirts 6855 Isabellas Collections 238.50; Use-ST SERVICE 5045 Castle.Com 111595.71;2020-2021 911 Phone FEES 439 OKLA DEPT OF PUBLIC SAFETY 960.00; QUARTERLY CONTRIBUTIONS 381 OKLA EMPLOYMENT SEC COMM 171.99; Crt Clk Revolving Payroll 3 CREEK CO TREASURER 2908.95; SOFTWARE 2 KELLPRO COMPUTER SOLUTIONS 390.00; Crt Payroll QUARTERLY CONTRIBUTIONS 428 OKLA EMPLOYMENT SEC COMM 467.75;Excess Resale EXCESS RESALE 4 Laney G Blobaum 6159.09; 5 Joshua Conley 3247.88; 6 Terry Lee & Carolyn Sue Clark 13779.91; 7 Laverne E Tolbert 6675.94; 8 Kristy A Miller & Ray Leffler 4956.81; RECORD OWNER 1 CREEK CO TREASURER 37635.83; Fair Board QUARTERLY CONTRIBUTIONS 448 OKLA EMPLOYMENT SEC COMM 6.00; General ANNUAL DUES 454 ACCO 4250.00; BOCC MINUTES 426 SAPULPA DAILY HERALD 275.40; 427 SAPULPA DAILY HERALD 342.90; COMPUTER PROGRAM 362 KELLPRO COMPUTER SOLUTIONS 3000.00; COPIER CONTRACT 377 ADVANCED COPIER SYSTEMS LLC 238.50; COVID 19 369 Axis Healthcare 1027.00; FUEL/DEPUTY CARS 420 COMDATA INC 6579.37; INTERNET SERVICE 391 COX COMMUNICATIONS 220.06; IT Support 430 AF3 TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS 14256.00; LEASE 147 CREEK CO HOME FINANCE AUTH 1500.00; 463 Quadient Leasing USA Inc 327.00; Maintenance 121 OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY 2499.12; 122 OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY 2431.92; 123 OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY 2675.52; OFFICE CLEANING 371 M W PROKLEAN OF OKLAHOMA 350.00; PEST CONTROL 73 EMCO TERMITE/PEST CONTROL INC 35.00; 378 SILVER BULLET PEST CONTROL, PEST SERVICES INC 100.00; QUARTERLY CONTRIBUTIONS 382 OKLA EMPLOYMENT SEC COMM 6461.86; Rent 465 Whetstine, Shari 70.00; RENTAL 438 Lampton Welding Supply 19.62; Salary/Benefits 149 DISTRICT ATTORNEYS COUNCIL #24 17500.00; SERVICE 434 ONE NET 470.00; 435 ONE NET 640.00; 464 COX COMMUNICATIONS 36.29; SOFTWARE 50 GLADSTONE INC 450.00; Supplies 455 WESTLAKE ACE HARDWARE OK-020 15.27; TIME CLOCK/458 TIMECLOCK PLUS, LLC 36.00; Trap 150 USDA-APHIS WILDLIFE SERVICES 2400.00; UTILITIES 367 CITY OF BRISTOW 65.92; 433 Symmetry Energy Solutions LLC 1.99; 450 O G & E 458.54; 470 O G & E 309.35; 471 O G & E 568.95; UTILITIES WATER 452 CITY OF SAPULPA 147.41; Health EQUIPMENT 431 Merrifield Office Supplies 104.97; LEASE 192 Pitney Bowes Inc 76.25; Highway PAYMENT 244 OKLA DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION 1791.56; 245 SNB BANK 1556.98; 246 Armstrong Bank 1014.94; 247 SNB BANK 1476.23; QUARTERLY CONTRIBUTIONS 383 OKLA EMPLOYMENT SEC COMM 940.39; 384 OKLA EMPLOYMENT SEC COMM 1507.22; 385 OKLA EMPLOYMENT SEC COMM 1701.15; 449 OKLA EMPLOYMENT SEC COMM 67.11; SERVICE CONTRACT 328 EMCO TERMITE/PEST CONTROL INC 65.00; 364 KELLPRO COMPUTER SOLUTIONS 2000.00; TRASH 357 AMERICAN WASTE CONTROL INC 325.00; Jail-ST FUEL/JAIL CARS 419 COMDATA INC 658.68; INTERNET SERVICE 441 COX COMMUNICATIONS 2043.85; LIGHT BULBS 421 Lighting inc 120.70; QUARTERLY CONTRIBUTIONS 386 OKLA EMPLOYMENT SEC COMM 2434.71; SUPPLIES/JAIL 410 LOCKE SUPPLY 135.72; UTILITIES WATER 359 SAPULPA RURAL WATER CO 38.00; 376 SAPULPA RURAL WATER CO 1809.00; Juv Dent-ST null 390 COMDATA INC 19.06; PEST CONTROL 373 SILVER BULLET PEST CONTROL, PEST SERVICES INC 140.00; QUARTERLY CONTRIBUTIONS 387 OKLA EMPLOYMENT SEC COMM 1255.83; UTILITIES WATER 361 CITY OF BRISTOW 280.35;ML Fee CONTRACT BASE RATE 446 Standley Systems 34.54; Resale ANNUAL DUES 379 COUNTY TREASURER'S ASSOCIATION OF OKLAHOMA 200.33; OIL CHANGES 31 Midtown Auto & Diesel Repair Inc 77.50; QUARTERLY CONTRIBUTIONS 388 OKLA EMPLOYMENT SEC COMM 255.73; Supplies 366 Merrifield Office Supplies 232.09; RM&P ANNUAL DUES 437 County Clerks & Deputies Assoc 300.00; QUARTERLY CONTRIBUTIONS 389 OKLA EMPLOYMENT SEC COMM 24.07; SH Commissary Commissary 442 TIGER CORRECTIONAL 613.13; 443 TIGER CORRECTIONAL 1742.74; FEES 392 TIGER CORRECTIONAL 280.00; SH Svc Fee FOOD FOR INMATES 393 TIGER CORRECTIONAL 4737.38;Tax Refunds TAX CORRECTION 2 Columbia Condos LLC 237.00; 3 Calvary Tabernacle U P C 285.00. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye.

Item #6: NO DISCUSSION of new business. (In accordance with the Open Meetings Act, Title 25 O.S. § 311(A)(9), new business 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 Warner to approve hiring Mary Gannaway for outside legal services for Planning case CCBOA-372, Dan Newman. Stephens stated he has discussed the characteristics of the case; the contract is a typical one and has been reviewed by the District Attorney's Office. The Planning Office is good with the selection. Ms. Gannaway sits on the CCBOA, but she will be recusing herself just in case the case proceeds to court, she will also be able to represent it in court as well. If she has any procedure issues, she can discuss it with the District Attorney's Office. We have a blanket purchase order for $4,000.00, shouldn't be that much, but we won't know. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye.

Item #8: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Warner to sign Resolution#2020-84 repealing Resolution#2020-66 dated June 10, 2020, which directed the calling and holding of a special election in Creek County, Oklahoma, for the purposes of submitting to the registered, qualified voters of the county the question of levying and collecting one-sixth of one percent (.1667%)sales tax for the purpose of distributing equal shares of collection to all Creek County fire departments. Stephens stated the Fire Departments requested this election. This resolution cancels out Resolution#2020-66 calling for a special election, since there was no runoff with the primary, we would have to pay the entire bill for the election. The estimated cost was around $20,000.00, we are looking into moving this election to November possibly August's school board elections. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye.

Item #10: DISCUSSION NO ACTION regarding letter from State Auditor's Office regarding Senate Bill 1888 CIRB Funds. Stephens asked Warner if there were any updates, Warner stated no.  We are still waiting on an update; we will pass this item stated Stephens.

Item #11: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Warner to sign the Creek County Treasurer's Financial Statement for fiscal year 2019-2020. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye.

Item #12: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Stephens to let for Bid#21-1 One or more New or Used Road Graders for District #2, with financing to be opened July 27, 2020. Stephens asked Jana Thomas, Purchasing Agent if she was good with bid, Thomas replied if Warner had reviewed email, then yes, I am. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye.

Item #13: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Stephens to let for Bid#20-2 10 County Owned lots to be mowed in the Sapulpa area to be opened July 27, 2020. Stephens asked Thomas if she was good with this bid as well, Thomas replied yes. Don Engle, Treasurer stated he was good as well. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye.

Item #14: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Warner to sign Inter-Cooperative Agreement with S. 299th W. Avenue Rural Road Improvement District. Andrew Goforth stated we did not receive this one in time for the 7/1/20 meeting.  Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye.

Item #15: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Warner to sign Resolution#2020-85 directing the Creek County Treasurer to credit the Creek County General Government Maintenance and Operations Fund 001-1-2000-2005/R2 with funds from Dynamic Recruiting Specialists, LLC/Tricom, Inc. of Milwaukee for reimbursement of a duplicate payment, in the amount of $2,469.60, as per Title 62 O.S. § 335, and procedures implemented by the State Auditor's Office. Jennifer Mortazavi asked if this was for the temperature takers at the door, because this amount has been submitted for the CARES reimbursement. I will have to call and see how we proceed on withdrawing this amount. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye.

Item #16: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Warner to sign Resolution#2020-86 directing the Creek County Treasurer to credit the Creek County Court Clerk's salary fund 001-1-1400-1110/J1A with funds from County Claims of Oklahoma for reimbursement in the amount of $2,858.81 as per Title 62 O.S. § 335, and procedures implemented by the State Auditor's Office. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye.  

Item #17: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Warner to approve Utility Permit from Creek County Rural Water District #2 per County Specs for water service line by boring 35' ditch to ditch, size of line 1", size of casing 2" to cross 5655 W. Hilton Rd approximately S. of Intersection. Of Hilton Rd & Creek Turnpike further described as 1072' E. of the N.W. corner of Section 29, T17N, R12E in District #1. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye. 

Item #18: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Warner to approve Utility permit from Creek County Rural Water District #2 per County Specs for water service line by boring 35' ditch to ditch, size of line 1", size of casing 2" to cross 5701 W. Hilton Rd approximately S. of Intersection of Hilton Rd & Creek Turnpike further described as 926' E. of the N.W. corner of Section 29, T17N, R12E in District #1. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye. 

Item #19: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Smith to accept Resolution#2020-87 as written on accessing the Courthouse effective at 12:00 p.m. on this 13th day of July, 2020. Warner asked Farris to review the drafted resolution and see if she approves, Farris stated it looked good and we will provide the necessary signage. Vote as follows: Stephens - No, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye.  A motion was made by Stephens to pay the third deputy required to man the door for 40 hours per week to be paid out of the use tax account. Stephens discussed that knowing the resolution is in effect and hoping the Cares Act will reimburse, the Sheriff does not have it within his budget to pay for this person, it would be the right thing to do to offer to pay out of the use tax account. There was discussion with Joe Thompson, Under Sheriff on need per resolution, Thompson stated without reading the resolution there will be questions that will come up, but I need to discuss this with Bowling and we will have to get back with you on our plan of action. This item has a lot of discussion, first Stephens asked for a report from Covey Murray, Emergency Management. Murray stated we have 56 active cases as of today. We had a meeting with the Sheriff and Judges on Friday, they would like to have masks mandatory at the Courthouse and a Deputy at the door manning the door making sure each person entering has a mask and temperature to be taken. I will refer to the Judges to present their request. Judge Golden spoke to the Board, we are currently in a pandemic like we have never experienced before. We have required face covering in the Courthouse, since then we have found out that bandanas don't stop the spread of COVID, only surgical masks or N95 masks. We are here today asking that we take steps mandating masks to be worn in the courthouse. We are in a people's business; we are an essential service. With Tulsa having a huge surge in cases we have to do what is right to protect ourselves, our employees and the public. We are asking that we go back to one door access, masks and temperatures to be taken. We need to also discuss the disinfectant throughout the Courthouse and public areas, with Jury term approaching in October, we have to assure the public we are making it as safe as we can for them. There was discussion of Tulsa disinfecting multiple times a day. We have to remember that this can be transmitted in the air, we need to look at how do we sanitize the elevator, air vents and hallways. I will now defer to Judge Hake. Hake spoke to the Board. I have personally been taking temperatures in Bristow, I have turned away two people in the last two weeks due to temperatures over 100.4. I personally have been self-quarantined due to possible exposure. The problem is that the testing takes so long to come back that business comes to a halt. We have required face masks in the hallways in Bristow, if we can protect the employees and people it is worth the inconvenience of wearing a mask. I support the other judges. Stephens stated we have been working with the Sheriff's Office in trying to find a temperature taking machine, that can also be used as a metal detector for the future. Garrett Systems seems to be the best, they run between $3,000-$5,000.00. There was also discussion of purchasing a new sprayer that has a mist that can be used over all surfaces. The product states that it continues to work for 90 days, it kills on contact and deodorizes as well. This machine is being used in Canadian County, Casinos and the Whitehouse currently. This will be a positive fight in reducing the spread stated Stephens. We can clean the complex multiple times daily. Joe Thompson, Under Sheriff stated we will do what we to be supportive to the needs of the Courthouse, but we do not want to interrupt the quality services being provided to the building either with security. Warner asked the Judges what kind of case load would there be if the Courthouse had to shut down due to possible exposure? Judge Golden stated we will have back log; we have seen some of this with the Supreme Court Order. There just is so much business that goes on at the Courthouse from Quieting Titles, Divorces, Domestic issues, Juveniles, Marriage License that it would create a backlog and imposition the public as well. And some we are mandated to do in a certain time period. We are trying not to get to this point. Warner asked if this happened could someone go to another courthouse and file, Golden stated most cases are limited by jurisdiction and would have to be filed within that county. Emergency protective orders could be the only thing that could still go on, with an emergency one being grated from the Sheriff and then follow-up with us. Judge Farris and Judge Hammers both expressed the need for masks and social distancing within the common areas. We are partners with the Court Clerk and if they were unable to do business, we would either.  Judge Hammers informed the Board on the number of people that can attend her courtroom at a time. We think by manning the door we can cut down on the number of people gathering in the hall and protect the public by requiring a mask. There was discussion of using the outdoor area to help maintain social distancing is not an option with the current weather. We have separated our dockets as much as we can and are using Blue Jean App as much as we can. This app also offers visitors a way to watch the court proceedings. Warner asked what happens when someone refuses or cannot wear a mask. Judge Golden stated we can make accommodation if needed. There was discussion with Stephens on language added to Texas mandate if it interferes with your health, physical safety or security you are not required to wear a mask. Judge Golden discussed the HEPPA and the misconception of violating this. Warner stated I agree with the wearing of masks, it not only protects us, our employees and the public, as long as there are options for ones that cannot wear one. We don not want to deny anyone their right to the court system. Stephens stated I do not support this, I don't want to push this on a healthy person, I think it violates constitutional rights, it is their choice to wear one or not. I will never support the requiring of masks. I think these are public building that you should be able to come into without restrictions. I would ask that you try and communicate with some that has a handicap on hearing, I cannot hear what you are saying with a mask and I am not able to read your lips. It effects a lot of people differently. I have listened to your point, but you don't want to listen to mine. Golden stated we can accommodate with sign language or whatever else we need to, we are not trying to discriminate against anyone, we are looking out for the safety of our people and the public. But as you know experts have said that wearing a mask protects yourself and others, so why would you not wear one. It just says that you only care about yourself. Stephens stated that is a stereotype saying that I don't care about anyone but myself. I take my temperature every day, sometimes more than once. Golden apologized that wasn't stated correctly. Warner stated that he disagrees with Stephens and thinks that masks are a good thing. There was discussion of the person manning the door could be reimbursed through the CARES Act, Mortazavi stated that it depends on whether the person is spending more than 50% of their time on COVID or may fall under other options, we would need some clarification from legal and Zachary at the Governor's Office. This would require documentation of time worked. There was continued discussion of Tulsa County Resolution, hours needed for manning the door and if an additional person would be required. Goforth had discussion with the Board on the Tulsa County Resolution, I have been taking notes through this conversation and can prepare one if needed. Warner asked Murray if the County could provide masks if needed by the public, Murray stated yes, we have 3-400. Stephens asked if we have the authority to mandate the Sheriff to man the door and but physical limitations on his office and tell him what restriction need to be added to the building. I would consider assisting in the costs of the person if this is passed. There has been discussion of a detention officer repositioning to this position. I just cannot burden the Sheriff with the full cost of the additional person. Goforth discussed the Resolution would detail the information needed for the Sheriff and the courthouse security is part of his duty. There was discussion of the courthouse developing signage needed for the public and phone numbers for services offered. We do not want anyone turned away. A motion was made by Warner to try and copy the Tulsa County Resolution making changes to fit our county, closing off courthouse to one door with attendant during normal operating hours, offering alternatives to folks to conduct business and what options they can access to start at noon today and Goforth to draft resolution. Stephens discussed why would you approve a non-existing resolution, we could recess and come back, give Goforth time to prepare and then approve. Goforth stated he just needed about 30 minutes or so to get it ready. The Board continued with other business. Goforth presented the Board with Resolution, changes were suggested and a final resolution was presented.

Item #9: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Stephens to choose payment option #1 for the ACCO-Sig Property and Liability Insurance renewal in the amount of $456,026.00 to be paid as follows 2/3 out of R2 and 1/3 out of HWY-All Account. There was discussion of saving $5,565.00, if we choose the one payment option. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye.

Public: Asphalt Bid will be on July 20, 2020 agenda to award.

Adjournment: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Warner at 12:01 p.m. to adjourn and meet again 7-20-20. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye.