Rogers County Board of Commissioners approved three zoning changes during the March 13 meeting.
Public hearings were held regarding the 4.421 acres at 6348 Weathers Drive, belonging to Rusty and Kristi Weathers, which goes from agricultural (A) to agricultural residential (AR); a 10-acre tract splits off 2.5 acres a quarter-mile south of E. 380 Road and S. 4060 Road, in Talala, belonging to David Chapel, from A to AR; and at 25875 S. 4130 Road in Claremore belonging to Rodney and Laurel DeLammermore trust, from AG to Agricultural Residential (AR) for a residential for a two-lot, one-block split and plat.
No one was present to speak against each of the four hearings, so all four were approved.
A plat in District 2 originally approved in July 2021, for The Coves at Stone Canyon Phase 1, northwest of N. 177th E. Ave. and North Patriot Drive in Owasso, was approved for revision, changing it from a public to private road.
Four utility permits were approved: For TDS Telecom in District 3 to cross and parallel county highway or local roads East 640, South 4215, South 4216, South 4218 and South 4280 about 5.5 miles of Highway 412; for ONG in District 2 to cross county highway or local road E. 99th St. N. about 1.69 miles south and 1.32 miles east of the U.S. Highway 169 and State Highway 20 junction; For Cox Communication in District 2 at City Lake Road N. 154th E. Ave., about .2 miles north of E. 151st St. N.; and for JT Septic in District 3 on E. 523 Road about 427 feet east of intersection South 4180 and 523 Road.
“This will bore the road so we’re staring the project during spring break while the school is closed,” said Commissioner Steve Hendrix of the fourth project.
Bids were opened for the sheriff’s department for installation of lights, sirens, etc. for two vehicles: a K9 unit and patrol vehicle, which was tabled for the commissioners to have the opportunity to look over the bids that were itemized and ranged from $1,235.31, $410,100.51, $11,234.77 and $984.67.
One of eight bids sent out was received for purchasing trucks in Districts 1 and 2, with Jim Glover being approved at $57,305.
Step 2 of a process to use ARPA funds for the Rogers County Health Department facility for $500,000 was approved.
A transfer of property from Rogers County Industrial Development Authority to Rogers County was approved. A permanent and temporary easement was approved for the bridge replacement on South 4230 Road in Inola.
Election Board expenses of $782.28 and $266.01 for the Jan. 10 election were approved.
Linda Holley, Greg Weaver, and John Steidley was approved to maintain drainage to diminish erosion on county rights-of-way.
A donation by Acme Brick of $4,500 for repair and maintenance on county roads was approved. This donation is due to the wear and tear by the company vehicles.
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