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March 29, 2012

New sheriff’s cars on the way

The Mayes County Sheriff’s Office will be receiving three new vehicles.

Mayes County commissioners Monday approved a lease agreement with Oklahoma State Bank to authorize the purchase of three Dodge Chargers for the department and said the vehicles should arrive in the next week.

In other business, the commissioners:

• Accepted a high bid of $2,550.25 from Brian Russell for the purchase of a 1983 Chevrolet one-ton truck from the Rock Creek Fire Department.

• Approved tabling bids for a new CAD Hardware and Software System for the 911 center until the next meeting.

• Approved the eight-year plan for road maintenance, which moved from five to eight years and added more county roads to be maintained.

• Tabled the motion to approve the Independent Contractor Agreement to repair water damage to the second floor of the courthouse.

• Approved going out for bids to place “turn around, don’t drown” signs throughout the county.

• Approved Federal-Aid Project Agreement with Department of Transportation for Project BHO-149D(148)CI, Old Highway 33 over railroad.

Commissioners said bids for the project would be opened in May along with the Elliott Street repair project.

The next scheduled meeting of the Mayes County commissioners is 9:30 a.m.

April 2, in the Mayes County Courthouse.

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