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2021-2-1 Meeting Minutes

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  February 1, 2021

The Board of County Commissioners of Creek County (BOCC) met in Regular Session on Monday, February 01, 2021 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, Roger 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 Warner and seconded by Smith to approve the minutes of January 25, 2021 and Special Meeting minutes of January 28,2021. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye.

Item #5: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Smith to Blanket Purchase Orders #4136- 4246; Purchase Orders #2020-2021 911 Phone FEES 4008 OK COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS 221.44; UTILITY 4003 A T & T 24.16; WORK COMP PREMIUM 4086 CREEK CO COMMISSIONERS 11.44; CBRI MATERIAL 3616 ANCHOR STONE COMPANY 698.81; 3782 ANCHOR STONE COMPANY 4927.37; SUPPLIES 3724 T H ROGERS LUMBER CO 371.73; Crt Payroll WORK COMP PREMIUM 4125 CREEK COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 174.95; Fair Board REFUND 4078 Early Ford Club 4500.00; General BOCC MINUTES 3948 SAPULPA DAILY HERALD 301.50; BRAKES/ROTORS 4010 Midtown Auto & Diesel Repair Inc 383.60; COMPUTER SERVICE 2690 CASTLECOM LLC 210.00; EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROG 4067 COMMUNITYCARE EAP 172.70; Insurance Premiums 4064 Guardian 146.59;JANITORIAL 2804 Trout, Darrel 240.00; Labor & Materials 1543 CITY WIDE PLUMBING INC 130.00; MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT 2771 XEROX BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SOUTHWEST 50.00; OFFICE SUPPLIES 4081 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 187.33; PARTS AND SUPPLIES 3365 WESTLAKE ACE HARDWARE OK-020 80.98; 3482 JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL 63.97; Parts & Labor 3557 Midtown Auto & Diesel Repair Inc 2006.92; 3843 CASTLECOM LLC 496.72; PARTS, SUPPLIES, & SERVICE 3560 A & M ELECTRIC INC 85.00; PEST CONTROL 3545 EMCO TERMITE & PEST CONTROL INC 300.00;PREMIUM AWARDS/FAIR 3823 REGALIA MFG. CO. 384.84; PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 4095 AMERICAN PUBLIC LIFE 23.24; REPAIR 4014 Dizzy Dean Electric LLC 195.00; REPAIRS 3484 Midtown Auto & Diesel Repair Inc 943.50; REVAL EXPENSES 4098 Green Country Valuation Services 31770.00; SERVICE 2850 COX COMMUNICATIONS 152.73; 2851 COX COMMUNICATIONS 49.51; 2857 COX COMMUNICATIONS 16.97; 3497 Verizon Wireless 160.04; 3693 COX COMMUNICATIONS 169.70; 3694 COX COMMUNICATIONS 178.50; 3838 HONEY WAGON INC 380.00; SERVICE AGREEMENT 2781 XEROX CORP 55.00; Supplies 3270 AIR COMFORT INC 791.00; SUPPLIES 2665 O'Reilly 53.47; 3261 FIZZ-O WATER COMPANY 27.00; 3996 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 125.52; 3999 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 143.86; SUPPLIES AND SERVICE 3561 Simply Scentsational 154.00; UNIFORM & ACCESSORIES 3998 BAYSINGERS UNIFORMS AND EQUIPMENT 119.98; UTILITY 4060 CITY OF SAPULPA 931.77; 4062 COX COMMUNICATIONS 33.94; 4065 O G & E 59.89; 4068 Symmetry Energy Solutions LLC 325.13; 4070 COX COMMUNICATIONS 67.88; 4071 COX COMMUNICATIONS 37.07; 4093 O N G 133.07; Health COPIER CHARGES 2370 PREFERRED BUSINESS SYSTEMS LLC 230.55; LEASE 3280 DOTCOM LEASING LLC 445.00; PEST CONTROL 1563 METRO TERMITE AND PEST CONTROL 480.00; Salary/Benefits 1553 Okla State Dept Of Health 16866.60; SERVICE 181 Digit Smart Sense LLC 180.00; Supplies 3283 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 44.12; 3505 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 498.01; 3739 McKESSON 105.77; 3751 SAPULPA DRIVE-IN PHARMACY INC 140.00; Highway Boots 263 SHARPES DEPARTMENT STORE 150.00; EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROG 4063 COMMUNITYCARE EAP 60.50; PARTS/SUPPLIES 3086 WESTLAKE ACE HARDWARE OK-020 123.33; PAYMENT 3669 SNB BANK 1476.23; 3670 SNB BANK 1556.98; SERVICE CONTRACT 3614 ATLINK SERVICES LLC 324.95; SHIRTS 3761 Print Shop LLC 571.72; Supplies 305 HARBOR FREIGHT TOOLS 141.94; SUPPLIES 1873 WALMART 127.43; 3362 WALMART 43.67; 3649 CINTAS CORPORATION NO 2 393.28; 3847 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 35.00; UTILITIES 3494 CREEK CO RURAL WATER D#2 50.55; 3612 O G & E 137.27; 3613 O G & E 350.72; UTILITY 3645 A T & T 227.66; 3664 O N G 251.22; Hwy-ST Gravel 3672 THE QUAPAW COMPANY 16086.57; MATERIALS 3924 ANCHOR STONE COMPANY 1027.02; PARTS 4055 WARREN CAT 1404.55; Parts & Labor 651 Onsite Diesel Service 872.42; ROAD MATERIALS 4002 SUNBELT EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY INC 3180.00; Jail-ST COMPUTER/EQUIP 3855 CASTLECOM LLC 836.98; COMPUTER SUPPORT 3415 CASTLECOM LLC 1318.00; Labor & Materials 3710 FIRETROL 168.00; 4001 CREEK ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS LLC 150.00; 4012 CREEK ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS LLC 400.00; MAINTENANCE/REPAIRS 2335 NOVALCO INC 5880.00; PARTS AND LABOR 3937 CREEK ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS LLC 200.00; Parts & Labor 3212 OKLAHOMA WHOLESALE OVERHEAD DOORS LLC 4778.75; 4011 Midtown Auto & Diesel Repair Inc 214.71; PEST CONTROL 3997 SILVER BULLET PEST SERVICES INC 110.00; PLUMBING SERVICES 4057 CREEK ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS LLC 300.00; REPAIRS 3594 CASTLECOM LLC 1898.85; 4076 CREEKENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS LLC 300.00;REPAIRS/OVERHEAD DOOR 3749 OKLAHOMA WHOLESALE OVERHEAD DOORS LLC 647.03; UTILITY 4077 Symmetry Energy Solutions LLC 740.57; WORK COMP PREMIUM 4087 CREEK CO COMMISSIONERS 1090.86; Juv Dent-ST EQUIPMENT 3328 CASTLECOM LLC 730.36; FOOD 2847 Williams Grocery 68.25; REPAIRS 2306 FIRETROL 570.00; UTILITIES 4059 A T & T 442.77; WORK COMP PREMIUM 4088 CREEK CO COMMISSIONERS 890.01; ML Fee POSTAGE 2301 QUADIENT FINANCE USA INC 350.00; Planning/Zoning LEASE PYMT 3576 Quadient Leasing USA Inc 167.11; SUPPLIES 3480 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 50.06; UTILITY 4061 COX COMMUNICATIONS 50.91; Resale SERVICE 2512 COX COMMUNICATIONS 186.67; 2513 COX COMMUNICATIONS 77.95; Supplies 4005 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 259.37; 4054 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 24.86; TEMPORARY EMPLOYEE 3334 DYNAMIC RECRUITING SPECIALIST 826.40; 3740 DYNAMIC RECRUITING SPECIALIST 826.40; 3741 DYNAMIC RECRUITING SPECIALIST 826.40; 3742 DYNAMIC RECRUITING SPECIALIST 826.40; WORK COMP PREMIUM 2656 CREEK CO COMMISSIONERS 80.88; RM&P WORKMAN COMP PREMIUM 4080 CREEK CO COMMISSIONERS 25.74; SH Svc Fee FOOD FOR INMATES 3883 TIGER CORRECTIONAL 10701.97; MEDICAL SERVICE 3879 Turn Key Health Clinics LLC 29291.60; OFFICE FURNITURE 3413 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 9690.00; TV 3474 CASTLECOM LLC 2748.54;Tax Refunds TAX CORRECTION 187 Larry And Beth Patterson 773.00. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye.

Item #6: 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. Stephens public notice of the Fair Board signups ended Friday January 29, 2021. District #1 will have re-appointment of Perry Collins, District #3 will have re-appointment of Josh Enlow, District #2 had Billy Hill and Bobby Pruitt file, which will have an Election held on February 6, 2021 held at 10920 S. HWY 99, Drumright, OK 74030 from 10 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Item #7: Motion was made by Smith and seconded to re-approve REAP Grant Contract for Community Development for Construction preparation of Airport Road in Bristow in the amount of $15,195.00. Stephens stated this is approving the extension of the original grant, this is also a joint project with the City of Bristow. Smith stated he had attended a meeting with Whitehouse and the City of Bristow. Also, we need to check the address it states S. 241st St. S, it should be W. 241st St. S. Stephens stated Jana Thomas had brought this up that grant was going to expire. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye.

Item #8: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Smith to sign renewal contract with Vertiv Corporation proposed for service on radio tower batteries in the amount of $7,025.54. Warner asked if this service was initially bid, Andrew Goforth, Assistant District Attorney stated we received three quotes for services. This service is like an extended warranty on the towers, a preventative maintenance. Warner asked what was the cost last year, Stephens stated $6,833.07. Stephens asked if Goforth had reviewed the contract, Goforth stated yes, I would like to see this get on the fiscal year renewal, it is only a one-time payment, so it is still complying with statutes. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye.

Item #9: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Smith to sign Resolution#2021-18 designating the old Drumright Health Department property as unneeded for courthouse or jail purposes and requesting the judge of District Court of Creek County appoint three disinterested freeholders of the county to appraise said real estate so that it can be sold. Warner stated this is another step in the process in getting this property sold and back on the tax rolls. We have been working on this for quite some time. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye.     

Item #10: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded Warner to pass for two weeks until February 16, 2021 awarding of sealed Bid#21-8 Finishing the Concrete inside the Multi-plex Barn at the Fairgrounds. Jonathan Kieffer stated they were unable to hold a special meeting and will discuss the bids at their regular meeting on February 11, 2021. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye.

Item #11: DISCUSSION/NO ACTION on policy changes at the Sheriff's Office for compliance with Safe Policing for Safe Communities and to reflect title changes for administrative staff and placing a copy of the same in the records of the County Clerk. Bret Bowling, Sheriff stated this is a record of the policy changes and giving notice to the public of such changes, just a part where we can be transparent with the public. We have made some changes on our patrol and jail side; the patrol changes were due to Executive Order signed by President Trump. There will probably be more changes coming from new administration and federal side. In order to receive federal funding, you must accept policy changes and register compliance, with the Oklahoma Chief of Police Association. Bowling reviewed the changes with the Board. Stephens asked with the quick amendments to the policy are you supportive of the changes. Bowling stated I am not a big fan of the feds dictating policy, but I strive to improve and become the best agency we can be. Officers have the right to defend themselves and is this creating some hesitation upon Officer yes. Our deputies and staff have been aware of changes and they have all completed training required. This is all monitored and tracked through our system. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye.    

Item #12: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Smith to sign Resolution#2021-19 surplussing  41 old style decommissioned and returned commissioned badges, six wood multi-drawer desk, one homemade six foot book shelf, one wooden desk credenza, two metal two drawer file cabinets, one wood three drawer file cabinet, one wood tv stand, one wooden two shelf book shelf, one metal two shelf book shelf, one small square wrought iron patio table and Resolution#2021-19A disposing of the same commissioned badges to current employees and all furniture to be junked. Bowling stated that this is items under $500, we just want documentation that we are getting rid of items. I want to thank everyone who have donated desks to us over the years, we are finally in a place where we can purchase new ones. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye.

Item #13: DISCUSSION ONLY/NO ACTION receipt of Creek County Treasurer Statutory Report from the State Auditor's Office. Don Engle, Treasurer stated this is a yearly audit of our bank accounts, there were no exceptions and we meet all requirements. Warner thanked Engle for the no exceptions on audit.

Item #14: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Warner to approve Utility Permit from Oklahoma Natural Gas Company per County Specs for natural gas pipeline by boring, size of line 4" MDPE, to parallel Hilton Rd. approximately 1.31 nukes S. and 1.97 miles E. of US-44 and Creek Turnpike further described as 1,882' W. of the N.E. corner of Section 29, T18N, R12E in District #1. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye.

Item #15: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Smith to extend Resolution#2020-87 one more week until 2/8/21. Covey Murray gave a report to the Commissioners, as of January 29, 2021 we have 516 active cases, 36 new and 92 deaths. Compared to last week we had 543 active cases, 50 new and 81 deaths. Our cases have dropped, but our deaths have risen. Warner it appears that our active cases are declining and maybe we have peaked. Warner asked how the vaccination process is going, Murray informed them that the First Responders received their second shot last Wednesday, I have three more this week that could not make last week's scheduling and we will have the Election Board as well. The Health Department will continue using First Christian Church. Warner asked Goforth since the Administrative Order had expired is the Courthouse open. Goforth stated the Order has been extended until February 22, 2021. We are still conducting court operations remotely and still holding traffic court outside, we are trying to minimize the court load when the courts do open back up. I also want to thank Ed for doing a great job setting up the gazebo for court sessions.  Vote as follows: Stephens - No, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye.

Public Comment:

#1: Roger Smith was sworn in this morning on his duties as acting Commissioner for District #3. Filing period will be next week for any candidates, the Special Election will be held on April 6, 2021, where a new Commissioner will be determined by whomever has the most votes. We are not sure when that Commissioner will assume office, that information is still coming. Goforth stated that there will be one primary and one general election for that seat.

#2: The first closure of the Turnpike was Friday; we have a wreck that has already been reported. There were some damaged guard rails, Stephens stated that with some conversations we have who is responsible for repairs. Goforth stated he has been emailing with Atkins and notified them that OTA has consented to the terms, we are working on the formal document and will have appropriate people sign.

Adjournment: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Smith at 9:48 a.m. to adjourn and meet again 2-8-21. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Smith - Aye.

                               2020 SALARIES

BARNES, WILLIAM: $ 1,400.60, *GILLILAND, JOSEPH: $ 3,260.80, *HAMILTON, LINDA S.: $ 1,863.61, *HOGGATT, DANNY: $ 4,147.50, *JOBE, CARROLL: $1,654.60, *JONES, THERESA: $ 7,719.20, *LONG, JEANNIE S.: $ 6,745.20, *PRITCHARD, GLENDA KAY: $ 3,589.75, *SHAFFER, NICKIE LYNN: $ 3,603.60,*Siler, Melissa Renee: $ 2,993.80, *TROUT, PAIGE: $ 240.00, *VANORSDOL, ASHLEY: $ 10,168.46, ALEXANDER, KENDRA: $ 31,635.12, ALEXANDER,RACHEL RENE: $ 31,221.96, ANDERSON, CHRISTINA: $ 31,635.12, ANDERSON, HALEY: $ 38,760.60, ANTHAMATTEN, MICHAEL E.: $ 58,223.28,ARNOLD, JR, RANDAL W.: $ 16,326.35, Auman, Kathy: $ 5,323.74, AUMAN, ROGER: $ 9,151.65, BADGWELL, DEBRA K.: $ 33,628.20, BAILEY, WILLIAM: $35,841.60, BARKER, LOYD: $ 2,601.83, Barnes, Rynd: $ 860.00, BARNETT, TRUDI: $ 926.00, BARTO, LANCE: $ 40,503.60, Bass, David: $ 23,416.47, BASS,NAOMI M.: $ 32,653.20, BECK, DAVONNE R.: $ 32,653.20, BENNETT, SHERRY A.: $ 50,127.60, BOTTS, KEVIN S.: $ 6,052.00, BOWLING, BRET R.: $58,975.08, BOYD, GARY L.: $ 663.60, BOYETT, KIMBERLIE: $ 35,739.60, BOZWORTH, JAMES N.: $ 43,298.40, BRADLEY, MORGAN: $ 3,888.94, BRANCH,PAUL R.: $ 722.50, BRASHEAR, STEPHEN D.: $ 23,635.60, BRASWELL, TRAVIS: $ 35,841.60, BRAY, JOSEPH: $ 7,954.42, BRAY, RANDALL TRENT VIRGIL:$ 31,200.60, BURKE, JOHNNY E.: $ 7,631.40, BURNES, AARON T.: $ 35,739.60, BYASSEE, JULIE: $ 41,275.08, CAMPBELL, WILLIAM JOSEPH: $ 35,739.60,CANADY, CHRISTOPHER K.: $ 35,310.60, CARR, RICKY RAY: $ 36,606.60, CARTWRIGHT, TRISTON: $ 2,601.83, CASE, TIMOTHY: $ 35,739.60, CASSADAY, LISA: $ 33,632.76, CHARKOWSKI, SHAUN M.: $ 36,545.77, CLABORN, TYLER JAMES: $ 35,841.60, CLARK, DELWIN F.: $ 53,469.36, COFFEY, BRANDI: $31,592.24, COLEMAN, RIAN G.: $ 12,124.01, COPELAND, CASEY: $ 40,503.60, COSBY, LAURA D.: $ 37,402.08, CROWSON, MICHAEL R.: $ 31,394.11,CURTIS, JAY ALLEN: $ 14,209.95, CYPRET, RUDY L.: $ 40,503.60, DANIELS, SHARON: $ 31,221.96, DASHNER, TERRY LEON: $ 35,739.60, DAVIS, DRU: $37,308.40, DEGRAFFENREID, CHRISTOPHER ALLEN: $ 3,872.58, DENNIS, CLATIE M.: $ 40,614.84, DEWEESE, LYNETTE: $ 31,635.12, DIXON, TYLOR J.:$ 6,029.20, DOANE, DORIS JEAN: $ 34,504.08, Dowty, Blake Allen: $ 17,993.82, DRAKE, ASHLEY: $ 32,443.48, DUVALL, CELIA: $ 7,805.49, EDENS,TIMOTHY K.: $ 38,575.08, EDGECOMB, ALANA: $ 35,739.60, ENGLE, DON: $ 64,975.08, ENGLEMAN, RICHARD K.: $ 1,600.00, ENLOW, JANELL D.: $66,175.08, EVANS, JAY D.: $ 40,503.60, FAIRES, JR, GARY G.: $ 40,503.60, FARRIS, PAUL E.: $ 50,127.60, FERGUSON, SAMANTHA: $ 7,113.45, FOWLER,
BETTY: $ 51,798.48, FRANK, EDWARD: $ 38,575.08, FULLER, JONATHAN WAYNE: $ 19,804.12, GENTRY, GARRETT RICHARD: $ 3,203.13, GEYER, SIERRA: $ 26,261.64, GILLIAM, MARCIA: $ 33,628.20, GILLILAND, GLORIA CHRISTINE: $ 53,469.36, GRAMMER, QUIN LYNN: $ 35,919.02, GRANT, JIMMEY: $ 40,182.18, GRAY, KIMBERLY KAY: $ 13,009.15, GREER, TERRY G.: $ 44,333.64, GRIFFIN, THERESA DELL: $ 33,173.40, GUINN, PAUL LEON: $
40,503.60, GURLEY, JOHN: $ 40,147.41, HARGIS, SHIRLEY: $ 5,203.66, HARRISON, JOSHUA KAIN: $ 31,221.96, HAYES-MCCURLEY, MISTY J.: $42,983.52, HEADRICK, TRISHA: $ 7,293.80, HELLER, CHRISTOPHER M.: $ 32,325.02, HENDERSON, JERRY W.: $ 35,434.45, HENDRICKS, LISA D.: $32,653.20, HERMAN, BENNY T.: $ 17,010.07, HILL, BENJAMIN: $ 20,681.15, HILL, COLETTE NICO: $ 31,221.96, HILL, PEGGY L.: $ 38,575.08, Hinds, Harlan:
$ 70.00, HOFFMAN, HOMER: $ 38,575.08, HOLLADAY, MICHAEL: $ 37,020.10, HOPKINS, IVIE: $ 31,221.96, HOUSLEY, RUGER GENE: $ 26,845.19, HOWARD, CYNTHIA H.: $ 39,619.75, HOWARD, DAVID M.: $ 43,298.40, HUDSON, HOLLIE: $ 36,746.77, Hull, Roger: $ 2,521.68, HURST, CHARLES A.: $40,503.60, Hutson, Calvin Wade: $ 20,143.57, INGRAM, ANITA M.: $ 46,124.64, INKS, TODD GENE: $ 32,494.47, IRVIN, ROBERT THOMAS: $ 31,221.96,JACKSON, TONI: $ 31,635.12, James, Judy: $ 4,306.25, JONES, CHRISTOPHER HARREL: $ 27,352.32, JONES, DAVID J.: $ 10,125.90, KALEVIK, MENTER
C.: $ 30,020.72, KEEN, JOSHUA EUGENE: $ 2,510.42, KEIFFER, JONATHAN R.: $ 50,127.60, KESTER, CHEYENNE MAE: $ 31,221.96, KING, BOB: $9,865.80, KISSEE, GARRETT WAYNE: $ 27,205.26, KORN, LOIS: $ 688.00, Lackey, Levi: $ 6,052.00, LAWLEY, CHARLES: $ 38,575.08, LEACH, CHRISTOPHER T.: $ 44,859.76, LEATHERWOOD, ADDIE B.: $ 31,221.96, LEATHERWOOD, SCOTT: $ 28,620.13, LEE, SUE: $ 1,214.00, LEWIS, TAYLER JACOB: $ 35,654.24, LITTLE, LINDA S.: $ 1,382.00, LOGSDON, DANA R.: $ 58,223.28, LOUDERMILK, DAVID L.: $ 35,739.60, LUSTER, PAMELA S.: $30,956.31, LYTLE-LONG, MAKENZIE JAMES: $ 13,849.71, LYTLE, MATTHEW B.: $ 36,045.60, MAINARD, DEBI: $ 38,575.08, Malcom, Dusty: $ 10,407.32,MANNING, PAIGE: $ 31,635.12, MANN, JUSTIN B.: $ 41,521.62, MARCUM, MICHAEL E.: $ 38,672.08, MARTIN, VICKI: $ 665.00, MARVIN, JOANN I.: $37,402.08, MATTHIAS, RYAN: $ 35,739.60, MCCLEERY, JUSTIN: $ 45,463.44, McClellan, Tandra L.: $ 45,213.40, MCCRACKIN, GARRETT: $ 12,884.38, MCDANIEL, RYAN: $ 40,503.60, MCDONALD, MICHELLE: $ 31,635.12, MCGUIRE, C WAYNE: $ 40,503.60, MCKINZIE, THOMAS: $ 5,751.53, MILLER,
RONALD: $ 40,503.60, MOORE, JR, HARVEY M.: $ 36,229.32, MOORE, JULIUS: $ 31,394.11, MOORE, TINA: $ 31,462.97, MORGAN, IVY LEE: $ 2,601.83, MORTAZAVI, JENNIFER D.: $ 64,975.08, MORTON, CHRIS A.: $ 38,575.08, Murray, Covey W.: $ 45,463.44, MURRAY, WENDY R.: $ 45,463.44, MUSSER, GLEN L.: $ 11,252.18, NAIFEH, JOY W.: $ 58,223.28, NAPIER, TRACY: $ 36,539.60, Nelson, Kalie: $ 7,855.00, NORWOOD, BENJAMIN: $ 16,451.54, OLSON,
STEVEN SHERMAN: $ 25,185.83, OSBORNE, JOSIAH M.: $ 2,601.83, OWENS, KAYLA: $ 6,032.07, Parnell, Russell: $ 444.35, PARRICK, DORVEL WILLIAM:$ 22,004.10, PARRICK, JR, FRANKIE D.: $ 40,503.60, PARRICK, LANCE JAMES: $ 18,454.47, PARRICK, ROBERT: $ 27,386.22, PARRISH, JASON: $31,635.12, PAYTON, TIFFANY: $ 32,653.20, PICKERING, DERICK: $ 31,864.83, PILGRIM, JACOB: $ 38,575.08, POGGEMEYER, KELLY: $ 33,628.20, POMPA,
CHAD: $ 38,672.08, POPPY, STEVEN: $ 480.32, PRITCHETT, CUTTER: $ 12,478.70, PRUITT, JAMES D.: $ 38,672.08, Pulley, Casey: $ 5,203.66, QUINN, AMY E.: $ 48,377.04, QUINNELLY, ROBIN: $ 31,221.96, QUINTON, TIMOTHY LEE: $ 58,223.28, RAYANU, KIAUNA MICHELLE: $ 29,220.53, RAY, STEVEN: $37,103.19, RICHISON, DARNELL CAMERON: $ 36,171.61, RICHISON, JR, TIMOTHY CALEB: $ 36,229.32, RICHISON, TIMOTHY WACO: $ 55,768.24,ROEBUCK, LADONNA R.: $ 40,503.60, SADLER, RYAN: $ 5,203.66, SCHMECKPEPER, JR, LAWRENCE D.: $ 11,385.77, SCHULTZ, III, JACK: $ 2,934.46,SELSOR, HARRY R.: $ 58,223.28, SILER, CALE: $ 6,248.38, Smiley, Michael: $ 21,257.75, SMITH, BRENDAN LEE: $ 10,407.32, SMITH, BRENDA R.: $45,463.44, SMITH, CLYDE A.: $ 40,503.60, SMITH, CODY: $ 49,282.56, SMITH, CURTIS TROY: $ 15,237.18, SMITH, CYNTHIA L.: $ 45,463.44, Smith, Emily: $
7,805.49, SMITH, JUDY A.: $ 1,622.00, SMITH, KAREN: $ 40,503.60, SMITH, KORTNEY E.: $ 1,085.67, SMITH, LISA ANN: $ 33,628.20, SMITH, ROGER D.: $47,590.08, SMITH, ROY L.: $ 58,223.28, SMITH, SEAIRA LYNN: $ 5,203.66, SMITH-VANDERSLICE, SANDRA AILEEN: $ 31,221.96, SMITTLE, SUSAN: $3,830.25, SPEERS, JUSTIN A.: $ 4,544.75, Staiger, Christopher Gage: $ 28,217.01, STEELEY, WM EARL: $ 40,503.60, STEEPLES, KANDY S.: $ 42,983.52,STEPHENS, ABBIGAEL: $ 6,890.00, STEPHENS, JERRY: $ 25,724.28, STEPHENS, JR, NEWT J.: $ 67,375.08, STEPHENS, LOVELLA MARIE: $ 55,846.32,
STEVENS, TONYIA J.: $ 33,628.20, STORTS, SHELBY: $ 18,212.81, Stovall, Michelle: $ 5,203.66, TALLEY-PITTSER, JENNIFER D.: $ 5,203.66, Thomas, Dustin: $ 7,682.82, THOMAS, JANA S.: $ 54,063.63, THOMAS, KIMBERLY: $ 37,499.83, THOMPSON, CYNTHIA A.: $ 33,173.40, Thompson, Eric: $ 32,804.34,Thompson, Gerald: $ 400.00, Thompson, Joseph: $ 58,223.28, THOMPSON, ROBERT STEVE: $ 40,503.60, TILLEY, ERIC: $ 35,739.60, TILLISON, CHRISTY
L.: $ 46,124.64, Toomey, Nancy: $ 490.00, Townes, Buddy: $ 6,052.00, TROUT, CHRISTINE: $ 9,365.34, TUCKER, VICKIE: $ 273.00, VANCE, VICKIE: $32,653.20, VANORSDOL, AMANDA: $ 64,975.08, VAUGHN, PAULA F.: $ 45,463.44, WALKER, ROCHELLE: $ 35,655.12, WARD, CORY: $ 2,954.45, WARE,GLORIA J.: $ 46,785.72, WARNER, LEON: $ 67,375.08, WASHINGTON, LEONARD K.: $ 31,517.30, WASHINGTON, NINA: $ 31,296.92, WELLS, SANDRA: $
609.00, WHEELER, JAMIE KEITH: $ 35,739.60, WHISENHUNT, TERESA: $ 58,223.28, WHITE, DAVID: $ 36,229.32, WHITEHOUSE, MATTHEW LANE: $67,375.08, WHITEHOUSE, ROBIN G.: $ 41,275.08, WHITE, MATTHEW: $ 36,777.35, WICKLIFFE, STEPHANIE: $ 38,575.08, WICK, RENEE LYNN: $34,791.61, WILLHITE, JENNIFER L.: $ 32,031.36, WILLIAMS, ERIN DENISE: $ 25,794.90, WILLIAMSON, CHRISTI: $ 37,499.83, WILLINGHAM-THOMAS, EDINA L.: $ 37,308.40, WILSON, ANGELA: $ 32,026.32, WIMBERLY, CLINTON B.: $ 40,503.60, WISE, DEAN: $ 36,815.40, WISSEL, COLBY: $ 597.80,
WOLFE, SHANA LYNN: $ 7,805.49