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Woods County commissioners agree to egg hunt on courthouse lawn

Hear plans for Farmers Market opening


March 30, 2022

During their meeting on Monday, the Woods County commissioners approved the use of the courthouse lawn for the annual Alva Fire Department Easter Egg Hunt. The egg hunt is Saturday morning, April 16.

Present for the meeting were commissioners Randy McMurphy, David Hamil and John Smiley.

The commissioners also discussed the Farmers Market opening. County Clerk Shelley Reed said the market will open on Saturday, June 4, at 7 a.m. on the north side of the courthouse parking lot. A carport for the market is located there. In addition to Saturday mornings, the farmers market will also be open one evening a week although that day has yet to be determined. The market is coordinated through the Woods County OSU Extension Service.

A transfer of $10,000 from District 2 CBIR to the ETR fund for payment of a loan was approved.

The commissioners approved the Syntech annual maintenance agreement from 3/3/22 to 3/2/23 in the amount of $1,175 for District 3.

Jennifer Shafer attended the meeting to present sealed bids for Mastic Crack Sealant. Two bids were received. JLT Contractors bed $4.90 per pound with $950 per day for application. They included another $720 per day for traffic control if needed. The other bid was from SPM of Hays, Kansas, with $1.98 per pound for sealant. There was no information about application. The bids are for projects in Smiley’s district. He decided to table the bids until the next meeting. He will call SPM to get information about their charge for application.

In mew business, Smiley reported he had a tractor transmission repaired for a cost of $25,500. He has been hauling blacktop from Avard to the baseball field parking lot.

The commissioners also approved payroll, warrants, claims and blanket purchase orders.


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