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2020-12-7 Meeting Minutes

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December 07, 2020

The Board of County Commissioners of Creek County (BOCC) met in Regular Session on Monday, December 07, 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, Whitehouse present. Roger Smith and Rick Selsor also 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 Warner and seconded by Selsor to correct the minutes of November 23, 2020, item #4 changing November 23, 2020 to November 16, 2020.  Vote as follows: Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye, Selsor - Aye. Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Stephens to approve the minutes of November 30, 2020. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Abstained.

Item #5: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to approve Transfers $103,000.00 from 001-2-0400-1110 Salary Sheriff FY2020-2021 to 001-2-0400-2005 M&O Sheriff FY2021; $13,078.95 from 1301-1-0800-2005 Gen Admin/M&O Commissioners FY2019-2020 to 1301-1-0800-2005 Gen Admin/M&O Commissioners FY2021; Monthly Appropriations; November Monthly Reports from County Clerk, Treasurer, OSU Extension Services, Sheriff, and  District Attorney;  Blanket Purchase Orders #3258 - 3305; Purchase Orders  #2019-2020 Use-ST elevator installation 5256 OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY 26157.90; 2020-2021 911 Phone UTILITY 3191 A T & T 1420.68; 3202 A T & T 1586.78; 3203 Cimarron Telephone Co 191.10; CARES REIMBURSEMENT COVID-19 2210 Turn Key Health Clinics LLC 1050.00; EQUIPMENT 2640 CDW GOVERNMENT INC 3314.68; 2685 CDW GOVERNMENT INC 3314.68; 2719 CDW GOVERNMENT INC 611.28; 2720 CDW GOVERNMENT INC 1056.96; 3206 CDW GOVERNMENT INC 1657.34; EQUIPMENT/INSTALLATION 2100 CASTLECOM LLC 3560.65; STORAGE CABINET 1739 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 439.53; SUPPLIES 2717 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 1999.05; 2749 Turn Key Health Clinics LLC 1050.00; 2750 Turn Key Health Clinics LLC 7350.00; 2751 Turn Key Health Clinics LLC 2100.00; 2971 Amazon Capital Services 107.24; CBRI MATERIAL 2866 DUNHAM ASPHALT SERVICE INC 2153.43; Crt Clk Revolving Supplies 45 Southern Rubber Stamp Co Inc 49.00;Excess Resale EXCESS RESALE 27 Estate Of Debbie Huggins 20696.45; Fair Board SERVICE 2500 O G & E 836.01; General AIR FRESHENERS 2409 Simply Scentsational 18.00; BOTTLED WATER 2399 CULLIGAN OF TULSA 26.25; COMPUTER SOFTWARE 2646; CASTLECOM LLC 489.45; COPIER CONTRACT 3197 ADVANCED COPIER SYSTEMS LLC 238.50; EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROG 3188 ;COMMUNITY CARE EAP 172.70; FEES - ANNUAL 3186 NATIONAL BUSINESS INSTITUTE 1299.00; FUEL 3221 COMDATA INC 5210.40; Insurance Premiums; 3157 Guardian 146.59; K-9 CARE 3074 ADVANCED CARE VETERINARY HOSPITAL 292.66; MONTHLY PAYMENT 3192 CREEK CO HOME FINANCE AUTH 1500.00; 3193 CREEK CO HOME FINANCE AUTH 1500.00; OFFICE SUPPLIES 3055 Amazon Capital Services 18.39; PARTS 3227 THE POOL STORE 99.90; PARTS AND SUPPLIES 3205 O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 136.07; Parts & Labor 3219 Midtown Auto & Diesel Repair Inc 344.94; PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 3236 STATE AUDITOR & INSPECTOR 4926.25; 3237 STATE AUDITOR & INSPECTOR 4617.50; RECYCLE SERVICE 3170 SHOW INC. 285.00; SERVICE 644 Imagenet Consulting LLC 707.40; 2026 COX COMMUNICATIONS 46.78; 2032 A-1 REFUSE 150.00; 2277 SHOW INC. 35.00; 2398 Trout, Darrel 300.00; 2400 COX COMMUNICATIONS 355.86; 2611 FIZZ-O WATER COMPANY 9.00; 3230 COX COMMUNICATIONS 36.79; Supplies 1247 THE POOL STORE 77.95; 2033 AIR COMFORT INC 867.00; 2856 FIZZ-O WATER COMPANY 27.00; 3210 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 22.31; SUPPLIES 3200 FIZZ-O WATER COMPANY 27.00; Training 2736 INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR PROPERTY AND EVIDENCE, INC 395.00; TRAINING/TRAVEL 2846 VISA/AMERICAN HERITAGE BANK 104.00; TRASH SERVICE 3168 Waste Management Of Tulsa 61.68; UTILITIES 2401 O G & E 214.66; UTILITY 3187 Waste Management Of Tulsa 291.64; 3190 Symmetry Energy Solutions LLC 53.78; 3201 COX COMMUNICATIONS 46.78; 3204 O G & E 34.99; 3207 COX COMMUNICATIONS 111.94; 3226 Waste Management Of Tulsa 166.28; Health LEASE 2371 Standley Systems 367.60; SERVICE 2364 Metro Security 45.00; 2375 Waste Management Of Tulsa 120.75; Service Call 3181 CHARLEY S SOUTHSIDE LOCKSMITH 75.00; TRAVEL 2379 STRINGFELLOW, ANNA 29.33; 2381 TATE, DEBBIE 263.12; 3041 TOTTRESS, ALMETRICE 105.80;UTILITIES 2356 CITY OF BRISTOW 104.52; 2357 CITY OF SAPULPA 177.13; VACCINATIONS 2729 SANOFI PASTEUR INC 767.82; Highway CYLINDER RENTAL 1896 Lampton Welding Supply 93.45; EQUIPMENT 2952 PATRIOT SECURITY SYSTEMS INC 6300.00; FUEL 3159 LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO INC 3277.34; Insurance Premiums 3189 COMMUNITYCARE EAP 60.50; LEASE/PURCHASE 3087 SNB BANK 1556.98; 3092 ARVEST EQUIPMENT FINANCE 3163.24; 3094 ARMSTRONG BANK 1014.94; 3112 SNB BANK 1476.23; 3113 ARMSTRONG BANK 3069.89; 3116 ARVEST EQUIPMENT FINANCE 2768.93; OIL CHANGE 1414 B & R LUBE AND OIL 368.13; REIMBURSEMENT 3072 WHITE, DAVID 89.46; SERVICES 2557 TotalSIR 36.50; Supplies 905 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 214.70; SUPPLIES 1914 T H ROGERS LUMBER CO 62.98; 2588 VARNERS EQUIPMENT & HARDWARE 11.97; 2677 CINTAS CORPORATION NO 2 379.23; Tolls 2575 OKLAHOMA TURNPIKE AUTHORITY 23.70; 2663 OTA PIKEPASS CENTER 10.60; 2674 OTA PIKEPASS CENTER 6.55; TRASH 2872 AMERICAN WASTE CONTROL INC 60.00; TRASH SERVICE 2553 Republic Services #789 120.27; 2585 Tri-Fab Trash Service 80.00; UTILITIES 1384 A T & T 304.59; 1882 A T & T MOBILITY 165.14; 2525 ATLINK SERVICES LLC 324.95; 2526 O G & E 125.68; 2527 O G & E 318.48; 3111 DRUMRIGHT UTILITIES 535.05; Hwy-ST ASPHALT 2566 DUNHAM ASPHALT SERVICE INC 4265.10; CYLINDER RENTAL 2568 Industrial Welding & Tools Supply 99.75; EQUIPMENT 3198 ENLOW 66 AUCTION 50000.00; FUEL 2704 LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO INC 9826.36; OIL 2422 ASPHALT & FUEL SUPPLY 1903.00; parts 279 BRUCKNER TRUCK SALES INC 144.44; 2876 C3 INDUSTRIAL LLC 697.98; PARTS 1905 WARREN CAT 295.62; PARTS AND SUPPLIES 2542 FLEET PRIDE 150.61; Parts & Supplies 2583 STEWART WHOLESALE CO. 934.98; 2679 C3 INDUSTRIAL LLC 999.93; PARTS & SUPPLIES 253 SUMMIT TRUCK GROUP 76.13; REPAIRS 2421 STEWART WHOLESALE CO. 3579.64; ROAD MATERIALS 2082 APAC CENTRAL INC 14569.95; 2324 APAC CENTRAL INC 1136.55; 2687 APAC CENTRAL INC 1121.71; 2863 DUNHAM ASPHALT SERVICE INC 2862.00; TIRES & REPAIRS 2577 Sellers Tire Inc 189.00; TYPE C ASPHALT 2888 DUNHAM ASPHALT SERVICE INC 2014.39; Jail-ST CAMERA 2288 CASTLECOM LLC 158.50; CCJ MAINTENANCE 2031 LOCKE SUPPLY 193.88; COMPUTER 2730 SHI INTERNATIONAL CORP 9603.00; Control Board 3068 CASTLECOM LLC 140.00; EQUIPMENT/INSTALLATION 2052 CASTLECOM LLC 1902.73; FUEL 3218 COMDATA INC 643.26; HYGIENE PRODUCTS 3059 CHARM TEX 76.90; Labor & Equipment 2476 RAMSEY SYSTEM SERVICES 1875.07; Labor & Materials 3194 CREEK ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS LLC 815.00; PLUMBING SERVICES 3162 CREEK ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS LLC 300.00; 3164 CREEK ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS LLC 460.00; Repair 2879 Hagar Restaurant Service 164.00; REPAIRS 3166 CASTLECOM LLC 659.82; REPAIRS/JAIL 1838 CASTLECOM LLC 156.25; TIRES 3160 BRISTOW TIRE & AUTO SERVICE 131.33; TRASH SERVICE 3169 Waste Management Of Tulsa 715.77; UTILITIES 3215 SAPULPA RURAL WATER CO 2678.00; 3216 SAPULPA RURAL WATER CO 38.00; Vehicle Upfit 3182 Light Em Up Emergency Equipment 5240.00; Juv Dent-ST CABLE 3161 DISH NETWORK 107.92; Fuel 3222 COMDATA INC 16.92; INTERNET SERVICE 3167 A T & T 66.63; SUPPLIES 3224 LOCKE SUPPLY 77.55; UTILITIES 3217 CITY OF BRISTOW 230.79; Planning/Zoning MONTHLY CHARGES 2442 Quadient Leasing USA Inc 167.11; Resale FUEL 2042 COMDATA INC 236.97; IT Support 42 TM CONSULTING INC 90.00; 1254 TM CONSULTING INC 1457.00; 2287 TM CONSULTING INC 430.00; 2651 TM CONSULTING INC 285.00; JANITORIAL 1100 Gster Cleaning 520.00; LABOR 2654 TM CONSULTING INC 142.50; SERVICE 2046 COX COMMUNICATIONS 49.42; Supplies 43 WESTLAKE ACE HARDWARE OK-020 9.99; 3180 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 10.00; Tax Statements 2657 PEREGRINE CORP 19702.48; TAX WARRANT SERVICE 1097 CREEK COUNTY SHERIFF 500.00; TEMPORARY EMPLOYEE 2282 DYNAMIC RECRUITING SPECIALIST 851.40; 2283 DYNAMIC RECRUITING SPECIALIST 826.40; 2284 DYNAMIC RECRUITING SPECIALIST 826.40; 2285 DYNAMIC RECRUITING SPECIALIST 851.40; 2286 DYNAMIC RECRUITING SPECIALIST 826.40;SH Commissary Commissary 3195 TIGER CORRECTIONAL 2138.30; SH Svc Fee FOOD FOR INMATES 3165 TIGER CORRECTIONAL 5201.86; UNIFORM & ACCESSORIES 2620 BADGE ENVY 2490.00; 2629 BADGE ENVY 1096.00; Tax Refunds TAX CORRECTION 28 Corelogic Centralized Refunds 1981.00; Use-ST PARTS AND LABOR 2074 OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY 2985.00. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - 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 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 Award Bid#21-7 6 Month Bridge/HWY Materials and Professional Services as designated per district and excluding Wear Parts from bid. Warner discussed grader blades within the bid portion, Wear Parts has submitted a bid and has included a letter stating prices only good for 30 days. Warren Cat did not bid this item. But our bid is for a six-month time period and I think that Wear Parts needs to be excluded, since they have designated their price is only good for 30 days and we will have to call and get updated price. Andrew Goforth, Assistant District Attorney stated we do not have a firm price and there were other stipulations as far as quantity ordered. Jana Thomas, Purchasing Agent provided information as far as grader blades being on the State Contract and Warren Cat and others being State Contract Vendors, we have options. Kirby-Smith and Dub Ross are other vendors that did bid on the grader blades, so we have multiple options available. I cannot provide you with the current price from the State Contract, but I can get that information as needed. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #8: Motion was made be Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to sign contract for Bid#21-4 RFID Inmate Tracking System with Guardian RFID. Goforth stated he has reviewed the contract, there are two things I would like to point out within the contract language. First, there is an indemnification clause and Confidentiality clause as well. This clause states we must give Guardian and their legal team 15-day notice, before we provide any information on an Open Records Request. Goforth stated we have the other bidder Guard1 that has requested information and has provided us an intent to appeal, but at this time nothing has been filed within District Court. Warner discussed the specs and the reasoning submitted as to why we went with Guardian RFID, rather than the low bidder. Goforth stated yes, that is all within the bid, the lower bid had less training and equipment that were not feasible for daily operations. Thomas stated that the low bidder did not tour the facility, the Jail accommodated a virtual tour, I do not believe this gave them the true detail of the facility and the different aspects, this could have resulted in adjusting the cost quoted. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #9: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Warner to approve Resolution#2020-155 "no parking" and "no loading or unloading" zones on S. 86nd W. Avenue, S. 87th W. Avenue and S. 78th Street W., all located within McGuire Industrial Park due to safety concerns and prepare a Resolution, with map attached and have Chairman sign. Warner stated he has received complaints of companies using the public road as loading and unloading zones, this is creating a safety issue. These streets are not wide enough, there is a lot of semi-truck traffic and it is starting to tear up the roads. I am hoping that placing these signs will help cut this down, otherwise we may need assistance from the Sheriff to enforce the zones. There was discussion of a motion being sufficient or if a resolution is needed. Goforth stated that the motion is sufficient, but we can get a resolution drawn up and it would be better to enforce it from a resolution. There was also discussion of the identified streets, being the correct names. Warner stated that we have checked the names and that is what they are on our road maps. Goforth stated that during the platting process, we have come across several street names being incorrect. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #10: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Warner to sign Resolution#2020-156 removing Brandi Coffey and adding Kim Thomas as Receiving Officer for the Creek County Clerk's Office Accounts (001-1-1000-1110/F1A; 001-1-1000-1320/F1C; 001-1-1000-2005/F2; 001-1-1000-4110/F3; 1208-1-1000-2005/CCLF1; 1209-1-1000-1130 CCPF1 and 1209-1-1000-20005/CCPF1. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #11: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to sign ODOT 324A Form on project JP/No:30473(04), Carson Ridge Bridge over Salt Creek near Highway 48 in District #2. Goforth stated this was submitted as a part of the unattainable lien waiver and this one is correcting the JP(05), it should have been (04). Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #12: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Warner to move all remaining unencumbered CARES Reimbursement Grant Funds to CARES Salary Account, by the close of business on December 9, 2020. Tandra McClellan, Payroll Clerk provided the Board with an updated total sheet of all Offices reimbursements and available amounts. Mortazavi stated this report does include all encumbered outstanding purchase orders, the only thing that is not figured into the balance is payroll. McClellan discussed the possibility of a shortage on payroll with Treasurer Deputy and Sheriff Deputies. With the let of amounts with the other office's accounts, I think we may be okay. McClellan asked if it would be possible, if the offices utilizing the 1565 fund could turn in payroll a little sooner, I could have a more accurate amount. We have some general government employees that could be transitioned over to the 1565 to use the remaining funds as well. I also discussed the possible shortage with Joe Thompson, Under Sheriff, he stated he expected to have some due to new hires. Mortazavi stated you need to factor in the raises that were given to deputies in September as well. On the CARES submission we submitted March through May payroll. I would like to have a transfer prepared for the meeting on Monday, December 14, 2020 so that all remaining funds are in the salary account. Stephens stated he has been working with the Clerk's Office on the remaining funds, I know the Sheriff is going to be off, but with the let over funds from other accounts he might not be that short. The Board has the authority over the fund and I would like to see it go towards payroll, this will allow us to utilize the full amount before the cut off date. McClellan reviewed some outstanding purchase orders; we will stay on top of this list. Stephens stated he will follow through with the Fairgrounds and the invoice on the scrubbers, they should be in by the end of this week. The Board asked Mortazavi to send an email to the Health Department to confirm they are not going to utilize the remaining balance. Warner asked that I include Kelli as well for response. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #13: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to sign Resolution#2020-157 directing the Creek County Treasurer to credit the Creek County Sheriff Capital Outlay Account 001-2-0400-4110/B3 with $1,673.40 from ACCO for repairs to a damaged vehicle from an October 29, 2020, accident, as per Title 62 O.S. § 335, and procedures implemented by the State Auditor's Office. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #14: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to approve Utility Permit from Eyler Energy LLC per County Specs by boring, size of line 2", size of casing 6" steel to cross HWY 51 & S. 369th W. Ave approximately 1/8-mile S. of Jct. further described as 350' E. of Section 24, T19N, R8E in District #2. Paul Farris, Project Coordinator stated that this is linking existing well supply lines to batteries. Eyler has worked with Oklahoma Corporation Commission as well on project. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #15: Motion was made Stephens and seconded by Whitehouse 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 9862 W. 161st St. S. approximately W. of 161st St. S. & 97th W. Ave further described as 260' S. of the S.E. corner of Section 26 T, 17N, R11E in District #1. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #16: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to accept Job Descriptions for Creek County Project Manager adding and Maintenance to position summary.  Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye. Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Whitehouse to start taking applications for Project Manager position, request that all Elected Officials post job availability within their offices, prepare Public Notice of job position for the December 12, 2020 newspaper publication, all applications due by 5 p.m. on December 15, 2020, Dana Logsdon is the point of contact and can be contacted at 918-227-6307 and direct Tim Quinton to post the Creek County Application and Project Manager Position description on Stephens stated that after nearly 30 years, Paul Farris, Project Coordinator has decided to retire. We thank you for your service and appreciate all you have done for the County. Stephens stated I have worked on job description for the position, I have provided you all a summary of what that intel's. Goforth and I have reviewed and modified the duties. I would like your input and see if you have anything you would like to add or modify. Warner stated he would like to add and maintenance in the position summary. This position has a variety of maintenance with all the facilities and I think it is important to include. Warner discussed the towers, does this language include that. Goforth and Stephen both agreed that yes it does. Stephens stated he would like to start the public application process, I know I have a short list of employees from my district, along with District #2. There was discussion of how the interview process will be handled, it was discussed that it would be held in Executive Session, either a regular meeting or special meeting on December 21st or 28th.  I would like to have the position filed by the end of December, first part of January so they have some time with Paul, he has agreed to help with transition. There was discussion of the person hired taking purchasing procedures class, to become familiar with the County process. There was discussion of sending the job availability out by email to all offices and having Tim Quinton upload it to the County site. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #17: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Smith to extend Resolution#2020-87 one more week until 12/14/20. Covey Murray, Emergency Management gave the Board an updated report. We have 376 active cases as of Friday, 78 new. Last week we were at 464, we are doing better, but did see an increase by the end of last week.  Warner asked how many deaths do we currently have, Murray stated 52, as of Friday. Goforth discussed the Modified Temporary Order from Judge Golden has been extended until 1/8/20. The offices can be reached by calling their offices to see how they are conducting business. Some hearings are being handled by telephone and virtually. In custody Hearing we are not forcing them to schedule, they can schedule that through their Attorney's. All offices are working to assist the public, but everyone needs to contact that office first before heading over to the Courthouse. Warner asked how the Offices are reporting COVID related time-off, Mortazavi stated it should be tracked through their Payroll claims. I know some offices are having their employees use their sick time if they are not exposed at work. Our Office and the Sheriff have implemented this practice. We were having to many employees being quarantined for outside exposures. But I would think that if their time is used and another reimbursement comes in effect, that we would not submit for that to be reimbursed. Warner asked if we have heard of any new COVID reimbursement funds, Goforth stated no, I know there is supposed to be something in the works, but don't know the details. Bowling discussed the Resolution that has been in place from the Board, we have had on incident where someone wanted in the building and no one in the building is conducting business due to the Executive Order. I have told our Deputy that if someone wants to come in let them.  There was more discussion of how each office is still conducting business, Goforth stated a lot is being done over email, fax or online. Mr. Brock asked about the Executive Order, if the Courthouse is closed, you would think it would only be closed for 7, 10 or 14 days, not weeks on end until after the new year, that just seems pre-imputative. Goforth stated those are questions for the Judges, I know they are acting off of the Administrative Order from the Supreme Court. The Court Clerk is an arm of the Courts and the Judge has directed the closure of that office, employees are still working answering phones, processing paperwork via fax and email. Cases are being moved to remote interaction. I know there are drop boxes placed outside the Judge's Offices they are checked daily. Stephens stated the Courthouse can only be shut down by the Commissioners, the Judges have no authority to close the Courthouse, it is a public building and should be open to the public. The Board stressed that no one should be turned away from conducting business. Bowling stated we are doing the best we can, informing the public that there is no business open within the Courthouse, we have to look at it as well as a safety issue by letting someone in to walk around, when nothing is open. Goforth stated we are still conducting Traffic Court outside; we are conducting business much like Stillwater Court is. They have an Officer providing security as well asking that you state your business before being let into the building. Stephens stated again it is a public building and the public should be able to enter the building. Warner stated I think we need to keep in place the resolution, the terms of the resolution was discussed as the building is to remain open. Vote as follows: Stephens - No, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Public Comment: NONE

Adjournment: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Whitehouse at 10:54 a.m. to adjourn and meet again 12-14-20. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.