The Moore American

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May 14, 2013

Rural water district still struggling

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MOORE —

“We modeled ours after that,” Covey said.

In other county business, county commissioners approved the following blanket purchase orders:

· District 1 — Perfection Equipment $1,000; Mid-West Hose & Spec. $1,200

· District 2 — Chickasaw Personal Comm. $750; Certified Laboratories $2,000; Forest Lumber $500

· District 3 — O’Reilly Automotive $1,500; Interstate Battery of SW Oklahoma $1,500; Warren Cat $2,500; KSM Exchange, LLC $2,500

· County Commissioners Office Eureka Water Co. $100

· Fair Board — Oklahoma Electric Coop $200; UniFirst $350

· Sheriff’s Office — US Fleet Tracking $1,200; Aramark Correctional Services LLC $38,000 (food account); Aramark Correctional Services $25,000 (commissary account)

· Purchasing Department — Oklahoma Office Systems $150

· Health Department – Copelin’s Office Center $4,000; Julie Brown $1,913

Commissioners also approved the following purchase orders: General Fund $19,450; Highway Fund $24,556; Health Fund $8,532; Sheriff Service Fee Fund $2,240; Sheriff Commissary Fund $4,144; Sheriff Revolving Fund $101,682; Treasurer Certification Fee Fund $1,808; Treasurer Sales Tax Cash Fund $629,884; County Clerk Lien Fee Fund $2,782; County Clerk Preservation Fund $5,013 and Fair Board Fund $7,902.

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