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Northwest Tech, Waynoka School budgets approved

 

September 23, 2022



The Woods County Excise Board approved two school budgets during a regular meeting on Wednesday morning. Board members present were Joe Shirley, Chris Olson and Bob Seivert.

Board members approved the 2022-2023 budget for the Northwest Career Tech Center V-10 for $13,141,848.34 in the General Fund and $3,887,351.22 in the Building Fund.

Olson made the motion, seconded by Shirley to approve the Waynoka Public School I-3 budget, and the motion was approved. Waynoka’s budget includes $12,251,880.46 for the General Fund, $3,135,071.10 for the Building Fund and $1,093,834.73 in the New Sinking Fund.

The board members approved the July monthly appropriations of $8671.56 for Court Clerk payroll, $350 for Court Clerk RM&P (records maintenance and preservation) and $10,000 for Emergency Management.

Seivert, seconded by Shirley, moved for approval of the following August monthly appropriations which were approved unanimously:

District #1 Highway Cash $160,488.60

District #2 Highway Cash $160,606.80

District #3 Highway Cash $161,963.91

District #1 CBRI Fund-105 $17,106.04

District #2 CBRI Fund-105 $17,106.00

District #3 CBRI Fund-105 $17,106.00

Enhanced 911 $25,768.22

Assessor’s Fee $357.00

County Clerk’s Lien Fee $2,137.64

County Clerk’s Preservation Fee $2,330.00

Sheriff’s Revolving Fund $3,694.06

Court Clerk Payroll $4,335.78

Treasurer’s Resale $3,778.37

Sheriff’s Commissary $202.55

Sheriff’s Service Fee CHS $5,573.04

Mortgage Tax $125.00

County Donations $100.00

Federal Rescue Plan Act of 2021 $581.98

Court Clerk RM & P $469.75

Resolution #22-23-33 listing the Woods County 2023 holiday schedule was approved. A list of 2023 regular scheduled meeting dates for the Excise/Equalization Boards was also approved.

Board members approved a transfer of funds from District 2 CBIR to the ETR fund for payment in the amount of $10,000 as a payment on a no-interest loan for road materials.

Under new business, County Clerk Shelley Reed mentioned that if the board members have not completed their training then they should try to complete it soon.

 

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