ITEM 14: CLAIMS:
1. Salaries – None presented.
2. Attendant Care – None presented.
ITEM 15: BLANKET PURCHASE ORDERS:
1. Material, Supplies, Parts, Groceries & Prescriptions – District #1: County Building Center, $100.00; O’Reilly Auto Parts, $350.00; & R & S Auto Parts, $350.00 – District #3: American Waste Control, Inc., $1,000.00; R & S Auto Parts, $500.00; Pixley Lumber Company, $300.00 – Commissioner DeLozier made a motion to approve the blanket purchase orders as presented with Commissioner Thacker seconding the motion. Roll Call: Helm-aye, Thacker-aye, DeLozier-aye. Motion carried.
2. Orders Exceeding Amount of Issuance – None presented.
ITEM 16: GRANTS:
1. Public Hearing for the purpose of receiving comments on CDBG Rural Water District #3 Highway 88 Waterline Project (14796 CDBG 11) and Closeout Documents for 14796 CDBG 11 (Rural Water District #3 State Highway 88 Waterline Project Phase I) and authorization of Chairman to submit the documents to Oklahoma Department of Commerce – (Andy Armstrong) Consultant Andy Armstrong reported a public hearing needs to be conducted for public input for the performance of the County and Rural Water District #3 regarding the 16-inch water line project approximately 10,000 feet installed along Highway 88 (14796 CDBG 11); project was finished approximately month 1/2 ago; the grant from ODOC was for $249,950.00; project in total is around $650,000.00; Rural Water District #3 paid the difference. Brian Kellogg with Kellogg Engineering and engineer for Rural Water District #3 reported all paperwork is complete and has been accepted by ODOC. Chairman Helm opened the hearing up for public comments. Salesha Wilken with the Claremore Daily Progress asked if the waterline was installed to service the new 911 Center? Armstrong replied the waterline would contribute to that, the waterline is running north to south with a larger waterline diameter; and the 911 Center is south of this project; Kellogg is designing another project that the County just received a grant on to further extend the waterline. Wilken asked a 2nd question, does the development, in any way, increase flow to the rest of the district including the Keetonville area? Kellogg answered, it is all inter-related. No further questions were asked from the public. Chairman Helm reported the public hearing was closed and made a motion to approve with Commissioner Thacker seconding the motion. Roll Call: Helm-aye, Thacker-aye, DeLozier-aye. Motion carried.