There have been several people that have requested to burn debris left from the wildfire, but he said they are still urging people to use caution.
· A MotorGrader was purchased for District No. 2 to replace the one damaged during the fires. The grader was purchased from Warren Cat, Warren Power & Machinery Inc. in the amount of $247,450.
· A presentation of safety awards to about 25 employees from the county’s assessor’s office, treasurer’s office, the fairgrounds, election board, county clerk’s office, court clerk’s office, District No. 2 and the sheriff’s office also took place.
· A letter of endorsement was approved by the board designating the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments to administer and staff the regional Economic Development District.
· A bid was rescinded on Monday from Jim Johnson Oil Co. and awarded to Fentress Oil Co. for bulk oils, lubricants and antifreeze. Commissioner Rod Cleveland said the products had different descriptions, but they found out they were the same product, so the bid was reawarded to Fentress, the company with the cheaper product.