The Moore American

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December 19, 2012

Cleveland County Programs save space, dollars



The low bond program benefits the county even more. That program is for bonds at or below $1,500 and is free to the county.

“We just take care of them on a client basis,” Curry said. “What we don’t want is really, really poor people getting stuck in jail for a long time.”

These programs are voluntary and there are strict requirements and oversight.

“You have to remain clean and sober,” Curry said.

In other county business, commissioners approved the following:

· Commissioner’s General—Thomson West $ 28,218; Eureka Water Company $ 200.

· District 1 Warehouse—Chickasaw Personal Communications $300

· District 2 Warehouse—McPherson Machine Shop $1,000; Certified Laboratories $ 2,500; Bruckner’s Truck Sales, Inc. $1,500; Weldon Parts Inc. $1,000; Joe Cooper Ford of MWC, LLC $750; Copelin’s Office Center $750; Lowe’s Companies, Inc. $500

· District 3 Warehouse—Metro Glass, Inc. $500; Interstate Battery of S.W. Oklahoma, Inc. $1,000; OCT Equipment $1,500

· Health Department— Rachel Roach $250; USA Mobility Wireless, Inc. $350

· Cleveland County Building Maintenance—American Elevator Company, Inc. $ 2,835

· Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office—US Fleet Tracking $725; Pitney Bowes $142.98; Oklahoma Department of public Safety $1,050; Aramark Correctional Services, LLC $38,000; WCA Waste Corporation of America $171

· County Clerk—R.K. Black, Inc. $121.50

· Election Board—Copelin’s Office Center $ 1,000

Joy Hampton 366-3539 jhampton@

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