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The Jackson County Commissioners end of the month meeting was held Friday, July 30 at 10 a.m. The minutes of the Monday, July 26 meeting were approved, along with several blanket purchase orders from the District Attorney's Office, the County Clerk's Office, and the Sheriff's Office. There were three reports to approve. They were from the Assessor's Office, the Alcoholic Beverage Commission, and the Jackson County Sheriff's Office.
During the officer's reports, Commissioner Dale Dunn said he still has no scope of work form Phil Burk's office. He is hoping to have those by the end of next week. Assessor Gerald Sherrill, Jr., asked about the progress on the fixing of the courthouse roof. Commissioner Fixico said that photos will be taken of the roof. The contractor should know this next week when they will be available to start the work.
The commissioners approved the appropriations for the month of July.
In new business, the CBRI funds have been received from ODOT. They had been holding those funds for the counties in the past for road projects. The county received $409,989.57 from the state for this purpose.
Also in new business, County Emergency Management Director Jerry Gibson informed the commissioners that the agreement with SWODA on the Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan has been approved.
In public participation, Paula Peterson told the commissioners that some help for the fascia repair on the courthouse may be available from the Oklahoma Main Street Program. She referred them to Amy Jo Cobb at Main Street Altus for more information.
There were no vendor participation items.
The claims were all approved. The meeting was adjourned at 10:30 a.m.