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2021-11-8 Meeting Minutes

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November 08, 2021

The Board of County Commissioners of Creek County (BOCC) met in Regular Session on Monday, November 08, 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, Whitehouse - 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 Whitehouse to approve the minutes of November 01, 2021. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #5: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to approve  October Monthly Reports from District Attorney; Treasurer, OSU Extension Services; Court Clerk; Sheriff; Assessor; and County Clerk; September Amended Monthly Report for Assessor; Monthly Appropriations; Error Corrections $5,000.00 from 001-1-3200-2005/SQ1A M&O FY2021-2022 to 001-1-2000-6010 SQ3 FY2022; $12,251.50 from 001-1-3200-2005 SQ1A M&O FY2021-2022 to 001-1-2000-6310 SQ4 FY2022; $5,000.00 from 001-1-3200-2005 SQ1A M&O FY2021-2022 to 001-1-2000-6010 SQ3 FY2022; $5,000.00 from 001-1-3200-2005 SQ1A M&O FY2021-2022 to 001-1-2000-6010 SQ3 FY2022 warrants printed from wrong account; $3,500.00 from 001-1-2400-1110 SP1A County Clerk FY2021-2022 to 001-1-1000-1110 F1A County Clerk FY2022; $40,000.00 from 001-1-3200-2005 SQ1A M&O General FY2021-2022 to 001-1-2000-6010 SQ3 City of Sapulpa General FY2022; $62,748.50 from 001-1-3200-2005 SQ1A M&O General FY2021-2022 to 001-1-2000-6310 SQ4 Dues General FY2022; Blanket Purchase Orders #2738 - 2819; Purchase Orders #2021-2022911 Phone Dispatch office supplies 2675 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 63.89; Utilities 2669 A T & T 1607.09; UTILITY 2664 Cimarron Telephone Co 186.87; 2667 A T & T 2920.40; CBRI ASPHALT 2193 DUNHAM ASPHALT SERVICE INC 2076.26; asphalt overlay 1770 DUNHAM ASPHALT SERVICE INC 29096.50; CYLINDER RENTAL 2094 Lampton Welding Supply 110.72; SUPPLIES 2060 T H ROGERS LUMBER CO 51.49; Supplies & Service 2073 Lampton Welding Supply 330.47; Fair Board UTILITIES 2658 O G & E 2146.10; Flood Plain SUPPLIES 2699 Amazon Capital Services 23.97; General AIR FRESHENERS 2375 Simply Scentsational 32.00; BOTTLED WATER 1648 FIZZ-O WATER COMPANY 37.25; 2485 CULLIGAN OF TULSA 26.85; CCSO VEHICLE REPAIRS 1367 I CARE AUTO GLASS & PARTS 121.20; 2113 Midtown Auto & Diesel Repair Inc 334.93; CELL PHONE ACCESSORIES 2562 Amazon Capital Services 7.96; CONTRACT BASE RATE 1009 Standley Systems 46.66; Equip Rental 2201 Lampton Welding Supply 23.79; FEES 17 THOMSON-WEST 196.45; FEES - ANNUAL 2709 NATIONAL BUSINESS INSTITUTE 1299.00; FUEL/DEPUTY CARS 101 COMDATA INC 9868.30; JANITORIAL 1762 Trout, Darrel 300.00; LEASE 1089 QUADIENT LEASING USA INC 507.99; Network Services 2718 COX BUSINESS 237.54; NEWSPAPER PUBLICATIONS 2513 SAPULPA DAILY HERALD 605.25; OFFICE SUPPLIES 2556 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 34.92; PARTS AND LABOR 2673 SOUTHERN TIRE MART LLC 600.08; PEST CONTROL 74 SILVER BULLET PEST SERVICES INC 100.00; SERVICE 1635 COX BUSINESS 46.73; 1675 AMERICAN WASTE CONTROL INC 152.00; 1676 AMERICAN WASTE CONTROL INC 76.00; 1756 AMERICAN WASTE CONTROL INC 176.00; 1757 COX BUSINESS 36.75; 1760 COX BUSINESS 359.11; 2224 AMERICAN WASTE CONTROL INC 304.00; SERVICE AGREEMENT 1639 Standley Systems 28.50; SUBSCRIPTION 2705 Tulsa World 395.20; Supplies 1753 WESTLAKE ACE HARDWARE OK-020 37.31; SUPPLIES 85 WESTLAKE ACE HARDWARE OK-020 18.92; 2541 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 23.12; 2542 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 336.96; 2573 Amazon Capital Services 15.99; SUPPLIES AND SERVICE 2349 Elder Water Consulting Inc 165.00; TAG/TITLE 2685 SAPULPA TAG OFFICE 133.50; TECH SUPPORT 416 CASTLECOM LLC 1512.07; TIRES/DEPUTY CARS 1213 BRISTOW TIRE & AUTO SERVICE 686.80; TOW CHARGE 2695 A & W TOWING INC 311.30; TRAVEL 1755 TROUT, CHRISTINE 122.92; UTILITIES 1764 O G & E 214.18; 2701 CREEK CO RURAL WATER D#3 446.50; UTILITIES ELECTRIC SERVICE 2688 O G & E 834.85; UTILITY 2665 O G & E 5378.36; 2666 COX BUSINESS 46.73; 2671 CITY OF BRISTOW 69.73; 2674 ONE NET 470.00; 2676 ONE NET 640.00; 2679 COX BUSINESS 112.21; WATER 2127 FIZZ-O WATER COMPANY 9.00; 2684 FIZZ-O WATER COMPANY 23.85; Health ACCOUNTING SERVICES 1615 Turner And Associates PLC 750.00; Evaluation 2659 CREEK COUNTY TREASURER 8944.43; JANITORIAL 2319 HOMETOWN JANITORIAL SERVICES 1050.00; LEASE 2318 DOTCOM LEASING LLC 445.00; MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT 1944 Standley Systems 337.48; MEDICAL 1342 XPRESS WELLNESS URGENT CARE 55.00; SERVICE 2294 Metro Security 45.00; Supplies 972 WESTLAKE ACE HARDWARE OK-020 10.78; 1949 Capital One 7.70; 1956 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 199.67; 2240 McKESSON 238.59; TRAVEL 270 CASWELL, DEBRA 56.01; 1093 MCFARLAND, MARCELLA 51.52; 1350 Givings, Samantha 322.56; 1509 Payne, Kellie 26.21; 1927 TOTTRESS, ALMETRICE 113.12; 1928 STRINGFELLOW, ANNA 142.91; 1930 TATE, DEBBIE 103.04; 1939 Richmond, Toni 77.06; 2112 FARLEY, KELLI 47.33; 2309 DEARMAN, SHEREE 98.56; UTILITIES 1333 O G & E 1219.11; 1950 CITY OF BRISTOW 102.73; Highway DIESEL FUEL/GAS 2088 COMDATA INC 636.83; EMULSIONS 1905 ERGON A & E INC 1375.11; Gravel 2091 ANCHOR STONE COMPANY 33654.25; LEASE/PURCHASE 2601 Armstrong Bank 3069.89; 2617 ARMSTRONG BANK 1014.94; 2630 SNB BANK 1556.98; 2642 SNB BANK 1476.23; PARTS/SUPPLIES 246 PREMIER TRUCK GROUP 150.02; 909 MHC KENWORTH -Tulsa 195.59; 1918 JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL 519.77; PAYMENT 1641 OTA PIKEPASS CENTER 10.30; PUBLICATION 2525 SAPULPA DAILY HERALD 30.20; ROAD MATERIAL 1766 DUNHAM ASPHALT SERVICE INC 50000.00; SERVICE 2584 Republic Services #789 120.27; SIGNS 1910 TULSA COUNTY HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION SIGNS 472.00; Tolls 2198 OTA PIKEPASS CENTER 35.20; TRAVEL 2512 WARNER, LEON 68.07; Utilities 1884 A T & T 416.97; 1888 DRUMRIGHT UTILITIES 46.30; Hwy-ST ASPHALT 2108 TULSA ASPHALT LLC 2657.54; CYLINDER RENTAL 2074 Industrial Welding & Tools Supply 115.12; Fuel 2543 LIONEL HARRIS OIL CO INC 19248.77; Gravel 2055 THE QUAPAW COMPANY 9500.34; Parts & Labor 2466 UNITED ENGINES LLC 344.78; PARTS & REPAIR 2099 YELLOWHOUSE MACHINERY 1047.78; PARTS & SUPPLIES 196 MHC KENWORTH -Tulsa 341.04; 1442 CHEROKEE HOSE & SUPPLY INC 110.75; 1504 MCH Kenworth-Tulsa 753.83; 1882 NAPA AUTO PARTS 1126.90; 1904 DRUMRIGHT AUTO SUPPLY 17.65; 1924 FLEET PRIDE 65.78; 2068 CROW BURLINGAME COMPANY 850.57; 2087 STANDARD AUTO PARTS 718.33; 2104 Stewart Martin Equipment 1192.88; PIKE PASS 2064 OKLAHOMA TURNPIKE AUTHORITY 60.60; ROAD PROJECT 2551 OKLAHOMA TURNPIKE AUTHORITY 49000.00; TIRES & REPAIRS 197 BRISTOW TIRE & AUTO SERVICE 10.00; 2109 Sellers Tire Inc 444.00; TRASH SERVICE 2066 GREEN ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES LLC 75.00; Jail-ST CCJ JAIL SUPPLIES/TOILET PAPER 1998 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 1181.33; 2713 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 1604.64; CCJ MAINTENANCE 2463 LOCKE SUPPLY 285.14; COMPUTER/EQUIP 1710 CASTLECOM LLC 300.00; FIRE DETECTORS 1852 FIRETROL 380.00; FUEL/JAIL CARS 2062 COMDATA INC 1769.43; HYGIENE PRODUCTS 2165 BOB BARKER CO INC 643.68; Maintenance 1448 WESTLAKE ACE HARDWARE OK-020 29.10; 2057 WESTLAKE ACE HARDWARE OK-020 84.51; Supplies & Materials 862 ATWOODS 49.95; TECH SUPPORT 419 CASTLECOM LLC 1512.07; UTILITIES WATER 2663 SAPULPA RURAL WATER CO 2518.50; 2698 SAPULPA RURAL WATER CO 38.00; Juv Dent-ST DRUG SCREENING 1 XPRESS WELLNESS URGENT CARE 192.00; FOOD 1634 SYSCO FOODS 1371.30; Fuel 2116 COMDATA INC 323.06; INTERNET SERVICE 2575 A T & T 57.38; JUVENILE DETENTION 2137 Hagar Restaurant Service 243.00; 2539 Amazon Capital Services 79.98; PEST CONTROL 188 SILVER BULLET PEST SERVICES INC 140.00; TECH SUPPORT 414 CASTLECOM LLC 1512.08; TRAINING REGISTRATION 1871 CENTRAL TECHNOLOGY CENTER 591.00; Law Library Quarterly Contributions 10 LAW LIBRARY REV FUND 4411.17; Resale BOTTLED WATER 776 FIZZ-O WATER COMPANY 29.80; FUEL 765 COMDATA INC 343.02; IT Support 789 TM CONSULTING INC 1487.00; JANITORIAL 779 Gster Cleaning 650.00; Labor & Materials 2377 WACOM SYSTEMS 390.00; Mowing 772 DIAMOND E LAND SERVICE LLC 600.00; 773 DIAMOND E LAND SERVICE LLC 850.00; SERVICE 769 COX BUSINESS 47.99; Supplies 2428 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 39.98; TAX WARRANT SERVICE 786 CREEK COUNTY SHERIFF 900.00; TEMPORARY EMPLOYEE 395 DYNAMIC RECRUITING SPECIALIST 174.00; TRAVEL 2215 ENGLE, DON 91.28; RM&P SERVICE 1633 CASTLECOM LLC 1368.00; SH Commissary Commissary 1646 TIGER CORRECTIONAL 3232.76; SH Svc Fee FOOD FOR INMATES 1586 TIGER CORRECTIONAL 5377.46. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #6: DISCUSSION of new business. (In accordance with the Open Meetings Act, Title 25 O.S. § 311, new business is defined as any matter not known about or which could not have been reasonably foreseen within 24 hours of time of posting agenda.) Stephens stated we have received the updated valuations for the county buildings, I will make copies and distribute. Also, information will be forwarded to ACCO for updating. Warner stated he was informed that ACCO was in the process of hiring an individual to go out and assess each counites buildings for their records, as well.

Item #7: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to approve public sale auction of property located in Drumright 2nd N2 of Lots 5 and 6, BLK 7 to Marco Perez for $2,243.00, plus $100.00 filing and publication total of $2,343.00. There were no other parties present. Property address is 526 N. Pennsylvania Ave, Drumright, OK 74030. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #8: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to approve public sale auction of property located in Broadway Lots 4 thru 6 incl., BLK 33 to Andrea Haney for $2,581.00, plus $100.00 filing and publication total of $2,681.00. There were no other parties present. Property address is 407 S. Bristow Ave, Drumright, OK 74030. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #9: DISCUSSION ONLY/NO ACTION on presentation by Emblem Strategies regarding ARPA compliance assistance-Shawna McWaters, Representative. McWaters thanked the Board for listening to presentation, we have offices out of Edmond and Durant and are currently servicing seven counties with ARPA compliance. I have reviewed Creek Counties funds, roughly $14 million was received, we would like to offer our services to assist with compliance, eligibility, reporting, non-profit compliance, help figure Revenue replacement for the county and help with any other grant opportunities through other Federal monies or other agencies. I would love the opportunity to work with your county. Warner briefly discussed the three different options of assistance, the least is 2% fee, roughly $278,000.00. McWaters stated correct. I see great opportunity within your regional areas. Stephens stated we appreciate your presentation, however we are very fortunate here in our County, we have a full-time Assistant ADA for the County. Between the Assistant ADA and our work group that has been established, we have weekly meetings reviewing the most updated information. Changes are occurring and the ongoing of the final rule is unknown, but I feel we have a good handle on this currently. We are looking at what can we do to serve the most people in our county. McWaters stated if there is anything that we could do, even help looking at different pots of money for regional projects, please let us know. The Board thanked McWaters for coming.  

Item #10: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to approve painting/drywall project for the Creek County Health Department per recommendations of Anna Stringfellow, Health Department to Mark Cromwell, dba Kitchen Plus, for $7,335.00, as per Title 61 O.S. § 101-138. Quotes received from Kitchen Plus, Tulsa Paint Company and Baca Painting and Services. Stringfellow stated that the lowest bid is Cromwell and he is our maintenance personnel as well. Musser has reviewed the quotes. Stephens asked if all bidders have bid on the same projects, Stringfellow stated yes. Musser stated we are currently waiting on insurance from Cromwell, but has done this type of work in the past. Stringfellow provided insurance information to Musser. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #11: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Warner to let for Bid#22-2 Creek County Justice Center Roof Replacement, for the Creek County Public Facilities Authority, to be opened 12/13/21 and a mandatory pre-bid meeting will be held on 12-1-21 at 10:00 a.m. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #12: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Whitehouse to sign Lease Agreement with Yellowhouse Machinery Company for two 2022 John Deere 770G Graders for District #3, with unit price of $295,264.89, monthly $2,943.57, with a five-year term and a balloon payment of $140,282.71, if we choose to purchase them on that fifth year. Whitehouse stated we have two graders that are on their last leg, the money we are putting into them are just not worth it. Upon this five-year term, we can get them replaced with new ones. This helps with the cost of maintenance. Warner reviewed the numbers to see the overall cost of five years, you will be spending roughly $176,614.00. Stephens asked Goforth if he has reviewed the leases, Goforth stated Jana and I have reviewed the contracts and they are good. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #13: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Whitehouse to approve using the ACCO Deductible Fund to pay for damages to a 2019 John Deere 60G Mini Excavator VIN#1FF060GXPKJ291061 which was damaged on October 20,2020, from water damages, District #3. Whitehouse stated the piece of equipment is a total loss, we need to get this wrapped up, as we are paying $1,500.00, a month on a piece of equipment that we cannot use. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #14: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to sign transfer approving transfer of $53,043.55 from the General Government Maintenance and Operations Fund 001-1-2000-2005/R2 Commissioners FY2021-2022, to the Sheriff's Office Capital Outlay Fund 001-2-0400-4110/B3 Sheriff FY2022, for the purchase of a vehicle and up-fit of said vehicle due to cancelled purchase orders, because of vehicle chip shortage delaying delivery beyond the fiscal year funds that were encumbered. Stephens stated we have been working on a solution for the last couple of weeks. Kerry Patton has supplied the information that the reserved money for this vehicle will be in the general account carryover for next year's budget numbers. A new purchase order will take place of the old fiscal year's purchase order and the money lapsed will cut the R2 account carryover short this year, but see that monies come back next year. Bret Bowling stated he was warned in March that there was a chip shortage and that this would happen. We have been working the State Auditor and District Attorney's Office to come up with a solution. The day we canceled the p.o., we received the k-9 vehicle the next day. Mortazavi touched base on the importance of establishing a carryover or rainy-day fund account, for instances like this. Once, the current budget has been allocated, you cannot supplement an office request, unless a department gives up some of their funding to fulfill that request.  Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #15: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to sign Resolution#2021-163 directing the Creek County Treasurer to credit the Creek County General Government Maintenance and Operations Fund 001-1-2000-2005/R2, with funds from the Creek County Court Clerk's Office Fund for reimbursement of utility payments, in the amount of $103.24, as per O.S. 62 § 335, and procedures implemented by the State Auditor's Office. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #16: Discussion and possible action regarding the American Recovery Plan 2021 funds directed to Creek County by the federal government. Andrew Goforth briefed the Board on SB3011, I have no new update as this is still sitting. However, they have passed a different bill last week for infrastructure. (1) Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to approve the use of ARPA M&O Funds for Emergency Management to provide Rave Mobile Safety App, in the amount of $4,500.00 and approving the transfer $4,500.00 from 1566-1-2000-1110 ARPA 2021 Salary Commissioners FY2021-2022 to 1566-1-2000-2005 FY20222 and establishing project number 1566-1.8-2700-2005. Covey Murray stated that the Sheriff had proposed this app, a couple of years ago. Our intention with offering this app to employees and offices is to keep offices informed if one office is closed due to COVID, we had an outbreak and needed to notify employees, emergency alerts due to weather, active shooter, or the county being closed. This could also be utilized for upcoming events for the county. Notify the police, fire, ambulance and allow the Sheriff to communicate with the outlying schools. This would be an optional download for employees, each elected official would manage their users and get with admin to send out a mass alert. This app has some much potential, Goforth stated. There was discussion of which category does this fit under, Goforth stated I believe 1.8, is the best fit. There was discussion of other counties using the app and how they have had great success. We have approximately 200 employees, the company has honored the price from last quote. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye. (2) Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to approve the use of ARPA Capital Outlay Funds for Emergency Management to purchase a 500-gallon water buffalo, in the amount of $6,425.00 from Wylie Sprayers of Oklahoma City and approving the transfer $6,425 from 1566-1-2000-1110 ARPA 2021 Salary Commissioners FY2021-2022 to 1566-1-2000-4110 ARPA 2021 Capital Outlay Commissioners FY2022 and establishing project number 1566-5.14-2700-4110. Murray stated there has been multiple instances where we have been contracted by different agencies needing water. Recently at the Juvenile Justice Center, Bristow Hospital and Drumright. Currently we would have to borrow one from State Emergency Management or Creek Nation. We have in the past used a fire department rig to provide water, this would be more sanitary to utilize. Don Engle, Treasurer asked if one tank would be sufficient, Murray stated at this time we only have enough storage space for one. We could always borrow one if needed. Other quote received from Portable Tank Group Inc. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye. A motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to approve the use of ARPA M&O Funds for the Assessor's Office to provide one-time flyover high resolution imagery to survey the entire county, in the amount $74,720.00 from Eagleview and approving the transfer $74,720.00 from 1566-1-2000-1110 ARPA 2021 Salary Commissioners FY2021-2022 to 1566-1-2000-2005 ARPA 2021 M&O Commissioners FY2022 and establishing the project number 1566-1.12-1700-2005 and authorize the Chairman to sign contract once it has been provided and reviewed by Goforth. Jonathan Ballard, Eagleview spoke to the board, we would provide a 9" overlay, which then could be shared with the Sheriff's Office, Planning and Zoning, INCOG and other agencies determined by the Board. We have provided services of 6" imagery to INCOG for the Sapulpa area for the last ten years. Currently we have thirty counties we provide this service for. You will receive five images, one from the ground straight down, a 40-degree angle from the north, south, east and west, which gives you a 360 degree walk around view of the property. Also, anyone that uses our services, you then would have access to that imagery. This is an allowable expenditure do to telework, the Assessor's Office can work from home, being able to measure sites, distances and see if something has changed with the property. If there has been a change, they have that option to go out and physically do an inspection. This also provides elevation data, with the recent COVID this would allow a safer work environment, especially with all the marijuana activity in the county. We provide training at no cost. Paula Vaughn and Marie Stephens both spoke about the recent marijuana surge and their experiences with armed guards not letting the staff on property to evaluate the business personal or property. As an example, Vaughn stated I have one grow that is $3 to $4 million dollars, that has not reported their business personal, I have a map of their property and all that is on it. It was not there in 2017 with google earth, I have real time information to work with. We currently have 273 marijuana grows, dispensaries and processing business, we rank number 4 in the state. There was discussion of when this flyover could take place, Ballard stated we would like to do it before Jan 01, so that the Assessor can use that information for taxes. Typically, our business is done from January to March. We could provide the hard drive by February. You currently have 1036 square miles; some goes over the county lines. Our lowest cost is $70.00 per square mile, we do have 6" imagery for $120 per square mile and 3" for $400.00 per square mile. To cut cost it could be broke up into sections, if there are budgetary restraints. Stephens stated we have discussed doing it in quarters, like the Assessor currently does.  Ballard discussed where a no cost flyover could happen with a hurricane, EF4 tornado or a 6.0 or greater earthquake. Warner asked if there was an emergency situation how fast could a flyover take place, probably within 24 hours at cost. Bret Bowling, Sheriff stated this is not being used for our services. There was further discussion of the types of equipment being used and how it is shot. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Public Comment: NONE

Item #17: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Warner to recess until 1:30 p.m. for discussion and possible action regarding redistricting the Commissioners Districts pursuant to 19 O.S. 321. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye. Stephens called the meeting back to order at 1:32 p.m. Roll Call Stephens present, Warner present, Whitehouse - present.  The Commissioners reviewed options 4A, 4b, 4C and current precinct information with INCOG and Joy Naifeh, Election Board Secretary. Stephens stated District 1 is still short one hundred miles, to start conversations. The black line represents Congressional lines, blue lines are for House Districts and red lines are for Senate boundaries. The Commissioners worked through different options with precincts within 418, 419 and 409. Stephens stated we are closer than we ever have been with 4C, I just want the same challenge before each district. Population numbers are very close and the deviations is good. Joy Naifeh asked that she have time to review the current recommendations of 4C, more particular with the Bristow area. The Board stated that would be fine, we will get an overlay sent over with house, senate and congressional lines, along with precincts to Joy to review. The Board stated we will have a special meeting on Friday, November 12, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. to review any discrepancies, if there are none then we will cancel the meeting. Final information will be on 11-15-21 agenda to be approved.   

    

Adjournment: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Whitehouse at 3:12 p.m. to adjourn and meet again 11-15-21. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.