The Moore American

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July 31, 2013

County gains smartboard

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MOORE —

“It’s going to allow us to do more training together,” Cleveland said.

In other county business, commissioners said the flooding last week caused some washouts and lots of debris clogging culverts and dishes. County crews are working to restore those areas.

“This has been an exceptional year for weather already and we’re only halfway through the year,” Commissioner Darry Stacy said. “We are planning on finishing up the second pickup of tornado debris on Aug. 15.”

Commissioner Rusty Sullivan and Cleveland thanked the Sheriff’s Department for working with them in responding to problems, reporting dangerous road issues and sending trustees to help with some of the county’s manual labor.

At Monday’s board meeting, county commissioners approved the following blanket purchase orders:

· District 1 — Warren Cat $3,500

· District 3 — W.W. Grainger $750; Noble Tag Agency $300; T&W Tire $1,000; KSM Exchange $1,500

· County Commissioners’ Office — OSU-STP $300

· Purchasing Department — OSU-CTP $250

· Treasurer’s Office — two OSU-CTP at $2,500 each

· Health Department — Firetrol Protection Systems $500; Campion Supply Co. $500

· Sheriff’s Department — Copelin’s Office Center $500; The PERCS Index Inc. $500; Aramark Correctional Services $42,000; Federal Express Corp. $200; Extreme Auto Options $600; Noble Hardware $200; Forest Lumber Co. Inc. $500

Commissioners also approved the following purchase orders for Fiscal Year 2013-2014: General Fund $497,542; Highway Fund $91,685; Health Fund $12,721; Sheriff Service Fee Fund $260; Sheriff Commissary Fund $8,042; County Clerk Lien fee Fund $180; First Choice Recovery Fund $400;Fair Board Fund $3,661; and for FY 12-13: for General Fund $186,157; Highway Fund $35,141, Health Fund $10,993; Sheriff Service Fee Fund $895; Sheriff Commissary Fund $4,488; Sheriff Revolving Fund $10,419; County Clerk Lien Fee Fund $12,392; County Clerk Preservation Fund $650; Fair Board Fund $1,376.

Joy Hampton 366-3539 jhampton@ normantranscript.com

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