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Alfalfa County commissioners recognize 4-H Week


October 3, 2018

Officials in Alfalfa County opened their regular Monday meeting by unanimously voting to proclaim this week as OSU 4-H Week. The commissioners approved a series of agenda items, beginning with minutes from last week’s meeting. After signing off on those, the usual maintenance and operation warrants, blanket purchase orders, appropriations, alcohol beverage tax allocation, and monthly officer reports were reviewed and accepted. Monthly highway expenditures were approved as well. There were three road crossing permits with District 1 holding two of them at $3,562.50. The other permit belonged to District 2 and came in at $3,500. The trio of commissioners moved on to the next agenda item, ultimately approving a service contract between Tisdale & O’Hara, PLLC and Alfalfa County for representation on gross production tax issues. Before moving on to discuss surplus items, a resolution was attached to a letter for Security National Bank in regards to a lease renewal.

Declarations of Surplus

Declarations of surplus were made for the following items:

• A 2006 Chevy Impala (Inv. #B331 110.13, Serial #2G1WS581969359420) and a 2006 Ford Crown Victoria (Inv. #B331 100.11, Serial #2FAFP71W66X126140). Commissioners did not vote to go out for sealed bids on these two items.

• A 2003 Chevy Pickup (Inv. #SJ13 301-100.01, Serial # 1GCHK24U63E118955) and a 1999 IHC 4700 C&C Truck (Inv. #SJ13 301-100.02, Serial # 1HT5CAAM0XH630865)

• A 2013 John Deere Flex Wing Mower HX15 (Inv. #441-215, Serial #POHX15FCDT062574)

• Security chest treadlock (Inv. #B 101.100)

• Commissioners approved the county clerk to go out on bids with The Public Group on a 2014 Mini Sand Dredge (2011 VMI MD-615HN, Serial #671) for District 2. They also gave the okay to go out for sealed bids for a 1999 IHC 4700 C&C Truck (Inv. #SJ13 301-100.02, Serial # 1HT5CAAM0XH630865).

They then approved the resolution for disposing of the mower and the security chest treadlock.

After determining there was no new business to discuss, the motion to adjourn was granted.


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