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2022-1-31 Meeting Minutes

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January 31, 2022

The Board of County Commissioners of Creek County (BOCC) met in Regular Session on Monday, January 31, 2022 at 9:00 a.m., date and time duly posted.

Item #1: Meeting was called to order at 9:00 a.m. by Chairman, Newt Stephens Jr. Roll Call Stephens present, Warner present, Whitehouse present.

Item #2: Statement of compliance with open meetings act-Chairman.

Item #3: Commissioner Stephens led the Pledge of Allegiance and Invocation.

Item #4: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to approve the minutes of January 24, 2022. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #5: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to approve Blanket Purchase Orders #4277 - 4372; Purchase Orders # 2021-2022 911 Phone ACCESS FEES 1450 OK COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS 221.44; PHONE & INTERNET SERVICES 4179 A T & T 458.99; ARPA 2021 Professional Service 2439 Reco Construction 12460.45; CBRI MATERIAL 3710 DUNHAM ASPHALT SERVICE INC 1111.76;Crt Payroll WORK COMP PREMIUM 4180 CREEK COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 141.41; General null 1724 COX BUSINESS 16.97; BADGES/ETC 3488 MTM RECOGNITION 65.00; CCSO VEHICLE REPAIRS 3756 Midtown Auto & Diesel Repair Inc 985.38; 3864 Midtown Auto & Diesel Repair Inc 938.05; 4242 Midtown Auto & Diesel Repair Inc 281.63; 4253 Midtown Auto & Diesel Repair Inc 25.87; CONTRACT BASE RATE 3795 Standley Systems 117.82; CONTRACT SERVICES 3235 OSU CO-OP EXT SERVICE 13333.33; EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROG 4171 COMMUNITYCARE EAP 172.70; HOT WATER HEATER 3305 LOCKE SUPPLY 562.27; MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT 252 Pitney Bowes Inc 1212.75; MMPI TEST 4096 Thomas, A Hoffman PHD 125.00; OFFICE SUPPLIES 3994 Amazon Capital Services 29.45; PARTS 3578 JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL 29.88; PUBLICATION 3907 SAPULPA DAILY HERALD 69.65; RECYCLE SERVICE 2 SHOW INC. 35.00; Rent 3594 B4 HOMES LLC 80.00; REVAL EXPENSES 4256 Green Country Valuation Services 24434.00; SERVICE 1638 COX BUSINESS 152.73; 3329 Verizon Wireless 160.04; 3794 COX BUSINESS 169.70; 4234 EMCO TERMITE & PEST CONTROL INC 300.00; SERVICE AGREEMENT 3216 XEROX CORP 55.00; Supplies 3593 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 415.08; SUPPLIES 3335 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 135.94; TIRES/DEPUTY CARS 4235 BRISTOW TIRE & AUTO SERVICE 130.90; UNIFORM & ACCESSORIES 3442 SPECIAL-OPS UNIFORMS 56.99; UTILITY 3627 A T & T MOBILITY 118.24; 3629 A T & T MOBILITY 77.49; 3771 Simply Scentsational 168.00; 4172 COX BUSINESS 35.90; 4176 Symmetry Energy Solutions LLC 1048.33; 4227 O G & E 63.77; 4229 O N G 126.92; 4241 COX BUSINESS 33.94; 4246 COX BUSINESS 151.94; 4247 COX BUSINESS 67.88; VEHICLE ACCESSORIES 4168 STOP STICK LTD 503.00; WATER 3788 FIZZ-O WATER COMPANY 15.90; 4225 FIZZ-O WATER COMPANY 15.90; WORK COMP PREMIUM 2331 CREEK CO COMMISSIONERS 424.17; Health FURNITURE 1551 OKLA CORRECTIONAL INDUSTRIES 31378.59; Supplies 3999 Amazon Capital Services 131.63; TRAVEL 1092 Frankenburger, Wendy 59.21; 1929 SMITH, BETH 51.48; 2786 DEARMAN, SHEREE 51.48; 3357 STRINGFELLOW, ANNA 53.94; UTILITIES 3366 CITY OF SAPULPA 151.09; 3384 O N G 132.31; Highway EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROG 4173 COMMUNITYCARE EAP 60.50; EQUIPMENT 853 IRWIN TRAILER 62658.75; Fuel 4228 ETHRIDGE OIL 18824.70; OFFICE SUPPLIES 2622 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 134.66; 3147 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 310.00; 3764 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 310.00; PARTS/SUPPLIES 4111 SOUTHWEST TRAILERS & EQUIPMENT 279.77; PAYMENT 3700 SNB BANK 1476.23; 4008 SNB BANK 1556.98; SERVICE CONTRACT 3030 ATLINK SERVICES LLC 324.95; 3460 EMCO TERMITE & PEST CONTROL INC 65.00; 3464 ATLINK SERVICES LLC 350.00; SUPPLIES 2742 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 219.69; TESTING 3750 TotalSIR 36.50; Utilities 3465 A T & T MOBILITY 271.75; 3692 O G & E 157.31; 3752 O G & E 450.26; UTILITY 3628 A T & T MOBILITY 54.26; WATER BILL 2761 CREEK CO RURAL WATER D#2 63.60; Hwy-ST newspaper advertising 3293 SAPULPA DAILY HERALD 146.06; Parts & Labor 1467 SUMMIT TRUCK GROUP 377.44; 3929 CLARENCE L BOYD COMPANY INC 295.74; 4187 BRCE EQUIPMENT SERVICES 4920.00; PARTS & SUPPLIES 1446 MCH Kenworth-Tulsa 150.00; 4010 C3 INDUSTRIAL LLC 494.85; Repairs 3974 A DOOR DONE RIGHT LLC 1200.00; ROAD MATERIAL 3715 THE QUAPAW COMPANY 10378.65; TRUCK RENTAL 1155 A+ Truck Rental 500.00; UTILITY 3776 O N G 404.02; Jail-ST CCJ MAINTENANCE 4236 WESTLAKE ACE HARDWARE OK-020 197.96; CCJ PLUMBING SERVICES 4164 MORRISON SUPPLY COMPANY 977.38; CCSO VEHICLE REPAIRS 3898 LIGHT EM UP EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT 260.00; GPS 4162 ALCOHOL MONITORING SYSTEMS INC 600.00; NATURAL GAS 4178 Symmetry Energy Solutions LLC 1421.82; REPAIRS/JAIL 4216 AIRCO SERVICE INC 654.80; SPRINKLER HEADS 3854 FIRETROL 570.00; UNIFORM 2350 AMERICAN T'S 109.90; Juv Dent-ST FOOD 3931 SYSCO FOODS 1238.80; JUVENILE DETENTION 4212 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 270.70; LIGHT BULBS 4114 Lighting Inc 1046.78; Lighting 1563 A & M ELECTRIC INC 385.00; PHONE & INTERNET SERVICES 4238 A T & T 652.83; Plumbing Supplies 3995 MORRISON SUPPLY COMPANY 344.88; Repair 3982 Hagar Restaurant Service 3143.74; UTILITIES GAS SERVICES 4240 O N G 1502.14; Planning/Zoning PUBLICATION 2078 SAPULPA DAILY HERALD 421.70; UTILITY 4249 COX BUSINESS 50.91; Resale PUBLICATION 3869 SAPULPA DAILY HERALD 28.10; SERVICE 3260 COX BUSINESS 186.67; Supplies 4181 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 12.68; 4182 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 234.80; 4255 MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES 7.80; TEMPORARY EMPLOYEE 3813 DYNAMIC RECRUITING SPECIALIST 870.00; 3814 DYNAMIC RECRUITING SPECIALIST 870.00; RM&P WEBSITE 2903 BROOKS JEFFREY MARKETING INC 1500.00; SH Commissary Commissary 4012 TIGER CORRECTIONAL 1253.70; SH Svc Fee FOOD FOR INMATES 4005 TIGER CORRECTIONAL 5621.69. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #6: NO DISCUSSION of new business. (In accordance with the Open Meetings Act, Title 25 O.S. § 311, new business is defined as any matter not known about or which could not have been reasonably foreseen within 24 hours of time of posting agenda.)

Item #7: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Whitehouse to accept petition to create the 146th St. South Rural Road Improvement District moving into agenda Item #8 calling for election. Stephens and Andrew Goforth reviewed the process of the Rural Road Improvement District and what is required of the residents. Goforth confirmed that all residents that would have been notified within the map. Kent Myers resident, along with other residents stated they are in favor of this rural road district and would like to have the election on April 5, 2022. Myers spoke about creating a board, to interact with the county with questions. Goforth stated he and Jody Allen could be the points of contact for the RRID Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #8: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Whitehouse to sign Resolution #2022-16 calling for an election of the registered voters in the territory compromising 146th ST. S. Rural Road Improvement District, issuing sufficient maps showing the proposed boundaries of the district to provide one map for each polling precinct where the vote is to take place, directing the county clerk to cause notice to be given of election, and directing the county election board to conduct the election on April 5, 2022. Stephens discussed the upcoming election options with the residents and the cost of printing the ballots for election being between $1200.00-$1500.00. Updated precinct maps was also discussed.  Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #12: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Warner to approve Brooks Jeffery Marketing, Inc. to create the county's website and authorize the Chairman to sign contract upon delivery to county. Stephens stated he had been touching base on this subject for over a year. The new district maps and burn ban really go me to move on this. We can save some money by combining the Clerk's site and Jennifer offered to maintain it. Once, the site is created we can have two Admins. We have discussed a calendar for Board meetings, Event News running at the top that could be a bullet point and updated as needed. Stephens stated he has looked a several websites and really like Rogers County, they have a bullet point and pictures of elected officials. Warner stated he has been working with Renea Adams every other week on where we are.  Stephens and Warner stated they are very confident in the company with two offices already using it. Timeframe of the website was discussed expect 6-8 weeks from start to finish. We are working on the moving of the Clerk's content to the new site. Adam's stated the Clerk's Office's site is a very popular site. Tandra McClellan asked if the new site would be sufficient in size. Adam's stated yes, it took a few years, but I think we  have gotten enough data and we will be fine. Stephens stated he and Mortazavi are not fans of the interactive site for employees, if a department would like to add this, it could be with the cost going to the department, along with the increase email cost. With some agencies having a lot of turn over it would be a lot to keep up with. We need to reach out to the departments and get what they would like to have as their links and any facts they might want to add. Stephens discussed the interactive road issue report, can we have this to where it sends to the correct district and the secretaries receive it instead of Dana to disperse. Adams stated yes. Stephens discussed the contract being within the fiscal year and can renew on July 1, 2022.  Warner stated that with the price and overage this company makes the most sense. Whitehouse stated he loved the idea, as well. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #9: Motion was Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to award Bid#22-3 Title Search Services for the June Tax Resale to Creek County Abstract Company. Don Engle presented a letter as to why he didn't go with the lowest bidder, as they are not qualified and not licensed in Creek County. Engle stated that Anchor has pulled his name from the bid. Engle stated he spoke with Anchor with a Deputy in the office, he said he would just like to get out of the bid. Stephens read the letter presented to the Board and the statues that must be followed. Engle stated he could not supply in the timeframe needed, with the treasurer's report. Engle stated last year was $74.00, Stephens stated he reviewed last year's bid and it was $64.00. Engle stated he will resolve this next year with better bid specs with adding they need to be a certified abstractor and have bond on file for next year. Stephens stated the statues doesn't require them to be certified abstractor or bonded, just the Treasurer do his diligence. There is no record of written correspondence from Anchor Land Group LLC to present to the Board. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #10: Warner stated this item needs to be passed a week on discussion and possible action to consider contracting with Mission Critical Partners, LLC to receive GIS data maintenance regarding 911 data within the County and applying for a grant from the Oklahoma 911 Management Authority for the same.

Item #11: DISCUSSION NO ACTION regarding the 14-day burn ban in Creek County, which began January 24, 2022 pursuant to 2 O.S. 16-26. Covey Murray presented updated information to the Board; we would need 8-10 inches of precipitation to be out of the drought we are currently in. We have weather moving in this week, but will not make a significant impact.

Item #13: Motion was by Whitehouse and seconded by Warner to enter into an agreement with ODOT for Supplemental and Modification Agreement Number 5, Project Maintenance, Financing, and Right-of-Way Agreement on projects STP-219D(086)CI on NS 370 Road over Deep Fork River and overflows, State Job #28681(04)(05)(06)(07)(08) not to exceed $4,866,276.00. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #14: Motion was made by Whitehouse and seconded by Warner to sign Resolution#2022-13 surplussing a 1987 International Cab-over INV#193-302-0050B VIN#1HSRDG2R4HH479916, this is correcting Resolution#2021-172 and Resolution#2022-13A disposing of the same to be transferred to Slick Fire Department, this corrects Resolution#2021-172A. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #15: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to sign Resolution#2022-14 removing Requesting Officer Daniel Dennis and adding Austin Schemet for Silver City Fire Department Accounts 1321-2-8313-2005/1321-2-8313-4110 and Resolution#2022-14A removing Receiving Officer Melissa Dennis and adding Chloe Miller for Silver City Fire Department Accounts 1321-2-8313-2005/1321-2-8313-4110. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #16: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to sign Resolution#2022-15 directing the Creek County Treasurer to credit the Creek County General Government Maintenance and Operations Fund 001-1-2000-2005/R2 with funds from the Creek County Court Clerk's Fund for reimbursement of utility payments, in the amount of $1,156.91, as per 62 O.S. § 335, and procedures implemented by the State Auditor's Office. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #17: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to approve Utility Permit from Oklahoma Natural Gas Company per County Specs extending from 30 days to 60 days for natural gas pipeline, by boring, size of line ¾", to cross Ridgeoak Rd. & Valwood Ln. approximately 0.92 miles N. and 1.27 miles W. of SH-97 & SH-166, further described as the S.W. corner of Section 15, T18N, R11E in District #2. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #18: Discussion and possible action regarding the American Recovery Plan 2021 funds directed to Creek County by the federal government. (1) Goforth stated there are no new updates, reports have been submitted and are due to the weather our workgroup will probably not meet this week. There was discussion workgroup will meet on 2-10-22 at 3:30 p.m. (2) Motion was made by Whitehouse and seconded by Warner to approve the use of ARPA Capital Outlay funds for a 2022 Ford F250 Crew Cab 4WD SWB Diesel Super Duty Truck in the amount of $48,376.00 Bill Knight and upfitting with Lightem Up in the amount of $4,229.00 and transfer $52,605.00 from 1566-1-2000-1110 ARPA Payroll Commissioners FY2021-2022 to 1566-1-2000-4110 ARPA Capital Outlay Commissioners FY2022. Project number 1566-6.1-2700-4110. Covey Murray stated that the vehicle that Jacob Pilgrim is currently using has engine problems, that is why I got a new truck. Also, this would allow me and Pilgram to be able to pull the generator and water buffalo separately. Murray stated that no dealership will be utilizing the State Contract until 2023, this truck is ready to go at Bill Knight Ford currently, this is why we are going this direction. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye. (3) DISCUSSION AND NOTATION of receipt and transfer of water buffalo purchased with ARPA funds for Emergency Management. The next several items are cleanup, receiving and transferring to departments as requested. We have received item and it is being transferred to Emergency Management Project#1566-5.14A-2700-4110, PO#3874. (4) DISCUSSION AND NOTATION of receipt and transfer of COVID Test Kits purchased with ARPA funds Item has been received and transferred to Sheriff Project#1566-1.2-0400-2005, PO#1111. (5) DISCUSSION AND NOTATION of receipt and transfer of Care Start Rapid COVID Test Kits purchased with ARPA funds Item has been received and transferred to Sheriff Project#1566-1.2-0400-2005-2, PO#3872. (6) DISCUSSION AND NOTATION of receipt and transfer of 2021 New Oxford White Ford Explorer Base 4x4 purchased with ARPA funds Item has been received and transferred to District Attorney Project#1566-3.1-0200-4110, PO#3126, VIN#1FMSK8BH6MGC39663.  (7) DISCUSSION AND NOTATION of receipt and transfer of two MDG250DF4-STD3 mobile diesel generator with trailer Serial#3010372131 VIN#7FSPT1826MB372131 and MDGG1000DF4-STD3 mobile diesel generator with trailer Serial#3010397703 VIN#7FSPT1512MB397703purchased with ARPA funds Item has been received and transferred to Sheriff Project#1566-1.12-2700-4110, PO#1603.

Public Comment: NONE

Adjournment: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Warner at 10:30 a.m. and meet again on 2-7-22. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

 

                        2021 SALARIES

GILLILAND, JOSEPH: $ 1,280.00, *HAMILTON, LINDA S.: $ 165.74, *HOGGATT, DANNY: $ 3,981.60, *JONES, THERESA: $ 2,148.30, *LONG, JEANNIE S.: $6,816.96, *PRITCHARD, GLENDA KAY: $ 1,200.00, *Rodman, Madison K.: $ 4,404.40, *VANORSDOL, ASHLEY: $ 32,709.60, Admire, Kyle: $ 6,654.00,ALEXANDER, KENDRA: $ 33,303.82, ALEXANDER, RACHEL RENE: $ 31,222.81, ANDERSON, CHRISTINA: $ 31,638.82, ANDERSON, HALEY: $ 45,463.44, ANTHAMATTEN, MICHAEL E.: $ 58,223.28, Aynes, Colton: $ 9,445.70, BADGWELL, DEBRA K.: $ 33,628.20, BAILEY, WILLIAM: $ 37,827.00, BARKER, LOYD:$ 4,651.59, Barnes, Rynd: $ 600.00, BARTO, LANCE: $ 40,503.60, BASS, NAOMI M.: $ 32,653.20, BECK, DAVONNE R.: $ 32,653.20, BEJERANO, ESLY: $5,804.06, BENNETT, SHERRY A.: $ 50,127.60, BOTTS, KEVIN S.: $ 25,813.40, BOWLING, BRET R.: $ 58,975.08, BOYD, GARY L.: $ 622.13, BOZWORTH, JAMES N.: $ 43,298.40, BRANCH, PAUL R.: $ 138.00, Brant, Adam: $ 9,445.70, BRASWELL, TRAVIS: $ 37,476.38, BRAY, JOSEPH: $ 38,987.67, BROWN, BRIAN: $ 6,429.18, BURCH, BLAKE: $ 12,782.65, BURKE, JOHNNY E.: $ 9,738.34, BURNES, AARON T.: $ 38,133.00, Burton, Brian C.: $ 187.22, BYASSEE, JULIE: $ 44,067.32, CAMPBELL, WILLIAM JOSEPH: $ 38,081.00, CARR, RICKY RAY: $ 39,050.85, CARTWRIGHT, TRISTON: $ 10,407.32, CASE, TIMOTHY: $ 37,215.00, CASSADAY, LISA: $ 33,634.11, CHARKOWSKI, SHAUN M.: $ 39,681.00, Christian, Ashley: $ 1,906.24, CLABORN, TYLER JAMES: $ 37,521.00, CLARK, DELWIN F.: $ 53,623.46, CLEVELAND, JOHNATHAN: $ 20,554.06, COBB, DANIEL: $ 4,992.40, COPELAND, CASEY: $ 40,503.60, COSBY, LAURA D.: $ 37,402.08, CRANK, CODY: $ 10,755.49, CROWSON, MICHAEL R.: $ 2,601.83, CURTIS, JAY ALLEN: $ 32,962.81, CYPRET, RUDY L.: $ 2,161.17, DANIELS, SHARON: $ 32,962.81, DASHNER, TERRY LEON: $ 37,215.00, DAVIS, DRU: $ 39,463.44, Davis, Lino: $ 2,187.66, DECKARD, KOREY: $ 1,021.20, DENNIS, CLATIE M.: $ 13,538.28, DEWEESE, LYNETTE: $ 31,638.82, DOANE, DORIS JEAN: $ 34,504.08, Dowty, Blake Allen: $ 12,028.40, DUVALL, CELIA: $10,407.32, EDENS, TIMOTHY K.: $ 39,378.63, EDGECOMB, ALANA: $ 31,163.00, ENGLE, DON: $ 64,975.08, ENGLEMAN, RICHARD K.: $ 1,600.00, ENLOW, JANELL D.: $ 66,175.08, EVANS, JAY D.: $ 40,503.60, EVANS, JUSTIN: $ 22,914.72, FAIRES, JR, GARY G.: $ 40,503.60, FARRIS, PAUL E.: $ 4,177.30, FOWLER, BETTY: $ 52,773.16, FRANK, EDWARD: $ 38,575.08, Frederick, Blake G.: $ 2,950.00, GEYER, SIERRA: $ 8,048.64, GILLIAM, MARCIA: $ 33,628.20, GILLILAND, GLORIA CHRISTINE: $ 54,459.81, GRAMMER, QUIN LYNN: $ 38,792.19, GRANT, JIMMEY: $ 40,503.60, GREER, TERRY G.: $44,325.89, GRIFFIN, THERESA DELL: $ 33,176.15, GUINN, PAUL LEON: $ 40,503.60, GURLEY, JOHN: $ 25,761.81, GURLEY, ROBERT R.: $ 5,051.80, HARRISON, JOSHUA KAIN: $ 32,962.81, HAYES-MCCURLEY, MISTY J.: $ 48,341.58, HELLER, CHRISTOPHER M.: $ 37,539.00, HENDERSON, GLENN: $6,750.60, HENDERSON, JERRY W.: $ 32,596.13, HENDRICKS, LISA D.: $ 32,653.20, HERMAN, BENNY T.: $ 39,435.03, HILL, COLETTE NICO: $ 30,302.15, HILL, MIRIUM: $ 13,141.07, HILL, PEGGY L.: $ 38,575.08, HOFFMAN, HOMER: $ 39,378.63, HOLLADAY, MICHAEL: $ 39,681.00, HOLLAND, MARKOS: $13,842.40, HOLTON, REBECCA: $ 13,876.44, Hooper, Kurtis: $ 2,859.36, Hoover, Ryan: $ 9,445.70, HOPKINS, IVIE: $ 31,222.81, HOWARD, CYNTHIA H.: $39,665.24, HOWARD, DAVID M.: $ 43,298.40, HOWARD, NATHAN: $ 16,715.79, HUDSON, HOLLIE: $ 30,799.67, HURST, CHARLES A.: $ 40,503.60, Hutson, Calvin Wade: $ 10,545.04, INGRAM, ANITA M.: $ 46,124.64, INKS, TODD GENE: $ 37,215.00, IRVIN, ROBERT THOMAS: $ 14,089.87, ISAACS, NICHOLAS: $14,654.06, JACKSON, TONI: $ 31,638.82, JONES, CHRISTOPHER HARREL: $ 13,965.92, KALEVIK, MENTER C.: $ 31,420.40, KEIFFER, AMBER: $ 924.00, KEIFFER, JONATHAN R.: $ 50,127.60, KESTER, CHEYENNE MAE: $ 10,407.32, KIMBALL, ANGELA: $ 10,817.00, KIRKLAND, KATRINA: $ 3,442.56, KISSEE, GARRETT WAYNE: $ 35,366.70, Kranz, Jack: $ 2,950.00, Lackey, Levi: $ 33,888.00, LANHAM, SHELBY: $ 28,101.51, LARSON, BRANDON: $ 18,127.00, LAWLEY, CHARLES: $ 42,349.86, LEACH, CHRISTOPHER T.: $ 47,891.25, LEATHERWOOD, ADDIE B.: $ 32,962.81, Leatherwood, Kolt: $ 1,906.24, LECLAIR, ARLINGTON: $ 22.64, LEE, SUE: $ 1,647.00, Leslie, Mia: $ 2,602.00, LEWIS, TAYLER JACOB: $ 25,546.48, LEWIS, TYLER: $ 18,413.34, LOGSDON, DANA R.: $ 58,223.28, LOPEZ, RUSTY: $ 20,647.00, LOUDERMILK, DAVID L.: $ 37,215.00, LYTLE, MATTHEW B.: $ 38,380.35, MAINARD, DEBI: $ 38,575.08, MANNING, PAIGE: $ 31,638.82, MANN, JUSTIN B.: $ 53,152.05, MARCUM, MICHAEL E.: $ 42,141.00, MARTIN, VICKI: $ 490.00, MARVIN, JOANN I.: $37,402.08, MATTHIAS, RYAN: $ 30,561.00, Mayoleth, Nichole: $ 1,906.24, MCCLEERY, JUSTIN: $ 45,463.44, McClellan, Tandra L.: $ 47,758.29, MCCRACKIN, GARRETT: $ 34,504.08, MCDANIEL, RYAN: $ 42,983.52, MCDONALD, MICHELLE: $ 31,638.82, MCGUIRE, C WAYNE: $ 40,503.60, McGuire, Steven: $13,350.38, MCKINNEY, RYDER: $ 10,407.32, MCKINZIE, JEFFREY: $ 15,807.64, MILLER, RONALD: $ 40,503.60, MOBLEY, III JW: $ 37,215.00, MOORE, JR, HARVEY M.: $ 37,206.72, MOORE, JULIUS: $ 33,703.82, MOORE, TINA: $ 10,921.41, MORTAZAVI, JENNIFER D.: $ 64,975.08, MORTON, CHRIS A.: $27,824.43, Murray, Covey W.: $ 48,961.56, MURRAY, WENDY R.: $ 48,961.56, MUSSER, GLEN L.: $ 47,132.94, NAIFEH, JOY W.: $ 58,223.28, NAIFEH, KEVIN: $ 526.30, NAPIER, TRACY: $ 39,681.00, NORWOOD, BENJAMIN: $ 31,485.04, OLSON, STEVEN SHERMAN: $ 10,407.32, PACE, SCOTT: $ 749.30, PALMER, TREVOR: $ 15,610.98, PARISH, KIMBERLIE: $ 37,317.00, Parnell, Russell: $ 1,757.13, PARRICK, JR, FRANKIE D.: $ 35,700.00, PARRICK, LANCE JAMES: $ 22,923.47, PARRICK, LANE: $ 19,672.26, PARRICK, LEONARD: $ 16,629.53, PARRISH, JASON: $ 30,653.82, PAYTON, TIFFANY: $ 32,653.20, PILGRIM, JACOB: $41,247.75, POGGEMEYER, KELLY: $ 33,628.20, POMPA, CHAD: $ 42,141.00, POPPY, STEVEN: $8,165.73, PRUITT, JAMES D.: $42,141.00, Pulley, Casey: $ 7,805.49, QUINN, AMY E.: $ 48,377.04, QUINNELLY, ROBIN: $ 31,222.81, QUINTON, TIMOTHY LEE: $ 38,815.52, RANGEL, HAILEY: $ 20,555.78, RAY, STEVEN: $ 31,007.92, REED, CARL E.: $ 10,407.32, RICHARDSON, ALLYN: $ 5,203.66, RICHISON, DARNELL CAMERON: $21,133.77, RICHISON, JR, TIMOTHY CALEB: $ 36,152.10, RICHISON, TIMOTHY WACO: $ 58,223.28, Robertson, Timothy: $ 2,012.62, ROBINSON, NICHOLAS R.: $ 7,074.60, ROEBUCK, LADONNA R.: $ 40,503.60, Rothrock, Lee: $ 5,204.00, RUIZ LANZ, FRANCISCO: $ 32,438.75, SANZ MORRIS, ANDRES: $ 13,185.60, SCHMECKPEPER, JR, LAWRENCE D.: $ 39,378.63, SELSOR, HARRY R.: $ 58,223.28, SHORT, ALEX: $ 30,277.95, Siler, Melissa Renee: $ 2,288.00, SMITH, BRENDAN LEE: $ 908.11, SMITH, BRENDA R.: $ 45,463.44, SMITH, CLYDE A.: $ 40,503.60, SMITH, CODY: $ 49,283.16, SMITH, CURTIS TROY: $ 16,425.28, SMITH, CYNTHIA L.: $ 45,463.44, SMITH, JUDY A.: $ 1,640.00, SMITH, KAREN: $ 40,503.60, SMITH, LISA ANN: $ 11,856.20, SMITH, ROGER D.: $ 54,734.57, SMITH, ROY L.: $ 11,667.38, SMITH-VANDERSLICE, SANDRA AILEEN: $ 32,962.81, SNITZER, MARK: $ 8,727.26, SPEERS, JUSTIN A.: $ 11,344.93, STEELEY, WM EARL: $ 40,503.60, STEEPLES, KANDY S.: $ 44,016.82, STEPHENS, JERRY: $ 20,606.17, STEPHENS, JR, NEWT J.: $ 67,375.08, STEPHENS, LOVELLA MARIE: $ 58,223.28, STEPP, JACKSON: $ 2,792.31, STEVENS, TONYIA J.: $ 33,628.20, STODDARD, ADAM: $21,754.86, Stovall, Michelle: $ 24,587.87, THOMAS, ASHLEY: $ 34,504.08, THOMAS, JANA S.: $ 57,431.00, THOMAS, KIMBERLY: $ 38,339.22, THOMAS, TIPPY: $ 17,583.84, THOMPSON, CYNTHIA A.: $ 38,478.65, Thompson, Eric: $ 25,464.40, Thompson, Gerald: $ 426.00, Thompson, Joseph: $ 58,223.58, THOMPSON, ROBERT STEVE: $ 40,503.60, TIFFANY, BETHANY: $ 23,135.81, TILLEY, ERIC: $ 37,215.00, TILLISON, CHRISTY L.: $ 39,917.59, TINSLEY, CHRIS: $ 15,358.40, TOLLETTE, DYLAN: $ 450.30, Toomey, Nancy: $ 350.00, Torres, David: $ 46.81, Torres, Nicholas: $ 765.90, Townes, Buddy: $ 37,489.13, TROUT, CHRISTINE: $ 32,031.36, VANCE, VICKIE: $ 32,101.28, VANORSDOL, AMANDA: $ 64,975.08, VAUGHN, PAULA F.: $ 48,799.24, WALKER, ROCHELLE: $ 8,913.78, WARE, GLORIA J.: $ 46,785.72, WARNER, LEON: $ 67,375.08, WASHINGTON, LEONARD K.: $ 33,703.82, WASHINGTON, NINA: $32,962.81, Watashe, Ben J.: $ 2,950.00, WATKINS, HUNTER: $ 19,303.14, WHEELER, JAMIE KEITH: $ 40,468.28, WHISENHUNT, TERESA: $ 58,223.28, WHITE, DAVID: $ 39,791.22, Whitehouse, Jarrod: $ 16,560.01, WHITEHOUSE, MATTHEW LANE: $ 5,614.59, WHITEHOUSE, ROBIN G.: $ 41,275.08, WHITE, MATTHEW: $ 39,681.00, WICKLIFFE, STEPHANIE: $ 38,575.08, WICK, RENEE LYNN: $ 38,160.20, WILLHITE, JENNIFER L.: $ 32,031.36, WILLIAMS, ERIN DENISE: $ 33,301.17, WILLIAMS, JR CHARLES: $ 28,620.81, WILLIAMSON, CHRISTI: $ 39,137.60, WILLINGHAM-THOMAS, EDINA L.: $ 39,681.00, WILSON, ANGELA: $ 32,027.02, WIMBERLY, CLINTON B.: $ 40,503.60, WISE, DEAN: $ 39,763.15, WISSEL, COLBY: $ 1,481.60, WOMACK, GAGE: $11,194.00, Zendejas, Jesus: $ 10,279.68, Zickefoose, Dustin: $ 765.90