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Alfalfa County commissioners declare May 2-8 OHCE Week


Stacy Sanborn

The Alfalfa County commissioners sign a proclamation declaring May 2-8 as OHCE Week. Seated in front are Jay Hague, Mike Roach and Marvin Woodall. In the back are Nancy Lambert, Marguerite McMurtrey and Cheryl Poe.

The Alfalfa County commissioners proclaimed May 2-8, 2021, as Oklahoma Home and Community Education Week. OHCE is a statewide, county-based organization that partners with Oklahoma State University and OSU Extension. Members seek to develop leadership skills and strengthen families in their respective communities. OHCE members and county Extension educators work together to identify issues facing the county and use research-based information from specialists at OSU to help solve those problems. Cheryl Poe and Marguerite McMurtrey from Alfalfa County OHCE joined Marvin Woodall, Jay Hague, and Mike Roach as the three officials signed the proclamation.

After posing for a quick picture, the commissioners moved on to sign approvals for blanket purchase orders, maintenance and operations payment warrants, and the last meeting's minutes. Appropriations and alcohol beverage tax allocations received approval as well.

Next, they signed off on a certificate of compliance for the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority and a compliance letter for TK Street Grow LLC, followed by approving the removal of a redbud tree from the south side of the courthouse. They approved its removal because the tree is hollow. Woodall said he wants another tree planted in its place.

A discussion ensued about the bi-annual inspection on a generator at the sheriff's tower on OK-11 being due. A new inspector is probably needed, they said. They then moved on to award a $25,000 bid to Jet Plain Dewitt in Nebraska for a road groomer for the County's District 3.

The commissioners approved a correction on an agreement for the bridge and approaches project replacing the STP/BR low water crossing in District 1 (NS 252 EW 3.4).

Lastly, they approved creating a Personnel Services account for CIRB-MV for all districts.


County Clerk Preservation $1,880

County Record Fund for Court Clerk $88.50

County Clerk $868.44

Assessor Revolving $178

Court Clerk Rec Management $119.75

Enhanced 911 $6,956.83

General Govt-St: $12,961.58

Fair Arena Sales Tax: $3,580.13

Sheriff Cash $6,933.58

Sheriff Sales Tax $3,875.47

Sheriff Operating Expense $2,725.11

Sheriff Revolving $1,159

Sheriff Drug Forfeiture $137.46

Highway $335,824.39

Highway Districts $14,905.83

Highway T-8 $25,005.95

Highway District 1 T-2A $2,877.84

Highway District 2 T-2A: $3,945.83

Highway Cash District 3 T-3: $36,515

Highway District 3 T-2A: $2,877.83

Highway Cash District 4 T-2A: $435.17

Treasurer $65

Sales Tax Health $31,304.40

Sales Tax Health SJ-10 $74.74

Cash 911 Sales Tax $6,740.02

Alcoholic Beverage Tax

Aline $692.76; Amorita $123.83; Burlington $508.69; Byron $117.13; Carmen $1,188.07; Cherokee $5,013.31; Goltry $833.32; Helena $4,695.38; Jet $712.84; Lambert $20.08. Total: $13,905.41.


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