Claremore Daily Progress

Government

January 15, 2013

OTEMS director retained on interim basis

(Continued)

CLAREMORE —

After further discussion, commissioners unanimously approved the Memorandum of Understanding.
Deal and Pond both have worked with OTEMS for several years, during which time, they have developed a working relationship with Rogers County.
Reasons for Anderson’s dismissal are undisclosed.
In other actions, commissioners:
• Approved the appointment of Kory Hollister to the Rogers County Cemetery Board.
• Approved the transfer of county employee Shelly Epperson, E911 Addressing Administrative Assistant to be under the direct supervision of Janet Hamilton, E911 Director.
• Approved 2012 annual salaries pursuant to Title 19 Oklahoma Statute 444 (publication of proceedings mandatory).
County Clerk Robin Anderson told commissioners that according to Oklahoma State Statutes,  (county) employee salaries are required to be published in the newspaper annually and in February.
Commissioner Helm also recommended county employees get a flu shot and make use of the hand sanitizers put in the courthouse bathrooms as a preventative for spreading germs.

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