The minutes were approved from the last meeting(s) on Monday, May 2 and the special meeting on Friday, May 6.
There were reports approved from the District Attorney's Bogus Checks Division, the County Clerk's Office and the Election Board.
In officers' reports, Assessor Gerald Sherrill Jr. said his office will be closed Friday, May 13, to allow him and his staff to attend the Southwest District Assessors' Conference.
There were no blanket purchase orders.
The commissioners approved the annual renewal of the contract between the Office of Juvenile Affairs and Jackson County for detention transportation of youth.
Safety/Emergency Director Jerry Gibson informed the commissioners and officers regarding the contract with Allied Health Research for conducting Compliance Drug Tests for Jackson County. This is the closest medical testing facility which is located in Lawton. Costs are almost the same as they had been previously. The contract was approved.
The commissioners approved Charles Carter's re-appointment to serve as representative on the Jackson County Board of Health.
The Commissioners Proceedings were approved for the month of April.
Resolution 2011-21 was approved for determining the maximum monthly highway expenditures for the month of May, at $910,909.16.
Commissioner Marty Clinton informed the other commissioners on advertisement for bids for two six-wheel drive motor graders on lease/purchase for District #1. He said there has been state approval for funding through the revolving fund for this purchase. More information in the new business section.
During new business, Treasurer Janet Wright said that County Sales Tax received for March, $106,547.56, is down about $3,000 from the previous month. The County Use Tax was $5,018.67, up $2,600 from February.
Chair Cary Carrell said that he had received another notice from the District Court regarding Bancfirst and Heartland Transportation.
Carrell also read Resolution 2011-22 declaring that District 3 doesn't need to use funds from the State Equipment Revolving Fund for a pot hole patcher. Uncertain of funding at the time, Carrell purchased a pot hole patcher through a lease/purchase plan. This resolution changed the equipment type and the district of purchase from District 3 to District 1, thus allowing District 1 to purchase two motor graders. Funding confirmation for the equipment was received last Friday, according to Carrell.
There were no public or vendor participation items.
The claims were approved and the meeting adjourned at 10:32 a.m.