They approved minutes from last meeting on May 14.
There were no reports or blanket purchase orders.
In Officers reports, Commissioner Chair Marty Clinton said that the OBI Blood Drive for Asst. District Attorney Stephen Booker had 36 participants, with 35 donors for blood. Last year’s drive netted only seven or eight, Clinton remarked.
Brad Coalson, from CED 7 came to update the commissioners on Fracture Critical Bridges in Districts 2 and 3. Commissioner Cary Carrell has completed revamping those in his district. Commissioner Anthony Fixico has one more to work on that requires silt removal. Coalson said he’ll return to consult the commissioners soon on the normal bridge inspection process.
The CED 7 invoice for payment on the Fracture Critical Bridges was $2,178.75. The commissioners approved this expense.
Karen Weaver came to brief the commissioners on the proposed reflooring of the Jackson County Health Department. Weaver said when the Health Department was built in 1997, most of the floors were carpeted. They have been repeatedly cleaned and are wearing out. The reflooring is to be done in six phases so it won’t affect patient services. The new floors will include ceramic floor tiles in the entryway, carpet in the conference room and most offices, and vinyl tile in the clinic. The commissioners asked Weaver regarding the funding for the project, which she estimated would be $75,000. The State of Oklahoma will be providing the funding. The commissioners approved advertisement for bids for the removal and replacement of all floor surfaces in Jackson County Health Department.
A change in Receiving and Requisitioning Officer for Sheriff’s Department was considered by the commissioners. Dwayne Mills will be resigning from the JC Sheriff’s Office. Ulysses Bridges III was approved as JCSO Receiving and Requisitioning Officer and Mills was deleted from the job.
The commissioners approved a Commissioner’s Sale by Jackson County Treasurer, Renee Howard, on property acquired at resale, for 500 W. Hardy for $150.
Action on FY 2013 2nd Option Renewal Contracts for alternatives to Detention/Transportation between Office of Juvenile Affairs and Jackson County Commissioners was not taken. This will need to be reviewed by District Attorney Wampler before the commissioners consider the item.
Transfer of appropriations for the County Clerk’s Office was approved by the commissioners. This was for $1,000 from the County Clerk’s Office Maintenance and Operations (M&O) Fund to the Travel Fund.
There was no new business.
The commissioners approved the claims and the meeting was adjourned at 10:20 a.m.