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2024-1-29 Meeting Minutes

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 January 29, 2024

The Board of County Commissioners of Creek County (BOCC) met in Regular Session on Monday, January 29, 2024 at 9:00 a.m., date and time duly posted.

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

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

Item #3: Commissioner Warner led the Pledge of Allegiance and Invocation led by Whitehouse.

Item #4: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Whitehouse to

approve the minutes of January 24, 2024. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye. Whitehouse - Aye.

 Item #5: Motion was made by Whitehouse and seconded by Stephens to approve December Amended Monthly Report from OSU Extension Services; Blanket Purchase Orders #4101 - 4154; Purchase Orders #2023-2024 911 Phone 111, A T & T, 1882.14, UTILITY 112, A T & T, 5529.40, Utilities 113, A T & T, 1720.13, Utilities 114, A T & T, 618.05, PHONE &INTERNET SERVICES; ARPA 2021 22, Pictometry International Corp, 89792.06, Professional Service;Drug Court 18, Goforth, Andrew, 438.69, TRAVEL;General 2023, Toothman, Olivia, 451.49, TRAVEL 2024, A-1 REFUSE, 20.00, SERVICE 2025, COX BUSINESS, 378.25, SERVICE 2026, O G& E, 565.15, UTILITIES 2027, PATRIOT SECURITY SYSTEMS INC, 16.00, SERVICE 2028, FIZZ-O WATER COMPANY, 67.60, 2029,Quadient Leasing USA Inc, 507.99, SERVICE 2030, Automated Mail Service, 4619.54, SERVICE 2031, LANDMARK GSI, 9850.00,SOFTWARE 2032, Dirt Road Data, 5562.00, Professional Service 2033, COX BUSINESS, 350.74, Utilities 2034, FIZZ-O WATER COMPANY,9.00, RENTAL 2035, Simply Scentsational, 192.00, AIR FRESHENERS 2036, KELLPRO COMPUTER SOLUTIONS, 660.00, Installation 2037,Amazon Capital Services, 26.70, SUPPLIES 2038, SAPULPA DAILY HERALD, 269.10, BOCC MINUTES 2039, Waste Management Of Tulsa,339.58, UTILITY 2040, Waste Management Of Tulsa, 193.61, UTILITY 2041, O G & E, 253.04, UTILITY 2042, SAPULPA DAILY HERALD,455.40, BOCC MINUTES 2043, COX BUSINESS, 115.68, UTILITY 2044, O G & E, 6210.52, Utilities 2045, ONE NET, 470.00, Utilities 2046,ONE NET, 640.00, Utilities 2047, FIZZ-O WATER COMPANY, 9.00, RENTAL 2048, O N G, 207.62, Utilities 2049, SHOW INC., 40.00,SERVICE 2050, CINTAS CORPORATION NO 2, 15.00, SERVICE 2051, Amazon Capital Services, 1486.11, PARTS AND SUPPLIES 2052,LAFEVERS, 2469.00, LABOR AND MATERIALS 2053, ADVANCED CARE VETERINARY HOSPITAL, 71.07, K-9 CARE 2054, Lampton Welding Supply, 26.80, RENTAL 2055, Midtown Auto & Diesel Repair Inc, 88.22, CCSO VEHICLE REPAIRS 2056, Midtown Auto & Diesel Repair Inc, 190.05, CCSO VEHICLE REPAIRS 2057, Raines Polygraph Services, 225.00, polygraph 2058, Midtown Auto & Diesel Repair Inc,413.44, CCSO VEHICLE REPAIRS 2059, COSBY, ERIN DENISE, 127.22, Reimbursement 2060, O G & E, 627.09, UTILITIES ELECTRIC SERVICE 2061, COX BUSINESS, 247.66, Network Services 2062, A & W TOWING INC, 151.00, TOW CHARGE 2063, Simply Scentsational,36.00, AIR FRESHENERS 2064, WESTLAKE ACE HARDWARE OK-020, 90.19, Supplies 2065, EMCO TERMITE & PEST CONTROL INC,15.00, PEST CONTROL 2066, O G & E, 894.89, UTILITIES;Health 253, Okla State Dept Of Health, 87508.96, Salary/Benefits 254, Kayla McElroy, 123.28, TRAVEL 255, TATE, DEBBIE, 246.56, TRAVEL 256, SMITH, BETH, 123.28, TRAVEL 257, Douthat, Hannah, 237.85, TRAVEL 258, ALFORD, ALMETRICE, 278.72, TRAVEL 259, DeBella,Karen, 37.65, TRAVEL 260, ST JOHN SAPULPA, 300.00, MEDICAL SERVICE 261, PREFERRED BUSINESS SYSTEMS LLC, 479.43,OVERAGES 262, O G & E, 541.03, Utilities 263, McKESSON, 195.99, SUPPLIES 264, O N G, 194.79, Utilities 265, Waste Management Of Tulsa, 140.60, Utilities 266, RESERVE ACCOUNT, 900.00, POSTAGE;Highway 1020, ARROWHEAD TRUCK EQUIPMENT, 14276.00, EQUIPMENT 1021, WELDON PARTS-TULSA, 672.35, PARTS/SUPPLIES 1022, WELDON PARTS-TULSA, 803.20, PARTS/SUPPLIES 1023, Capital One, 72.76, SUPPLIES 1024, ATLINK SERVICES LLC, 324.95,SERVICE CONTRACT 1025, Amazon Capital Services, 215.86, PARTS/SUPPLIES 1026, Amazon Capital Services, 540.04, PARTS & SUPPLIES 1027, CREEK CO RURAL WATER D#2, 63.46, WATER BILL 1028, PREMIER TRUCK GROUP, 150.75, PARTS/SUPPLIES 1029,TRIKNTRUX, 1210.00, Products and Services 1030, RAMBIN PETROLEUM INC, 82.00, SUPPLIES 1031, WHITE STAR, 734.08, PARTS & SUPPLIES 1032, UniFirst Holdings Inc, 240.23, OFFICE SUPPLIES 1033, MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES, 208.40, OFFICE SUPPLIES 1034, DRUMRIGHT UTILITIES, 1077.75, Utilities 1035, TULSA COUNTY HIGHWAY ENGINEERING, 34797.51, asphalt overlay 1036, Capital One, 358.92, SUPPLIES 1037, CINTAS CORPORATION NO 2, 373.19, SUPPLIES 1038, SOUTHERN TIRE MART LLC, 2931.16, Tires;Hwy-ST 393, TOWN & COUNTRY HARDWARE, 24.70, PARTS & SUPPLIES 394, AMERICAN WELDING SUPPLY INC, 1227.50, PARTS & SUPPLIES 395, P&K EQUIPMENT, 5646.65, Parts & Labor 396, DIRECT DISCOUNT TIRE, 1765.00, Tires 397, FLEET FUELS LLC,14765.21, Fuel 398, TED C CARTER TRUCKING LLC, 17444.21, HAULING 399, Great Western Trailer, 315.79, PARTS;Jail-ST 605, WESTLAKE ACE HARDWARE OK-020, 16.14, CCJ MAINTENANCE 606, VISA/AMERICAN HERITAGE BANK, 2421.52,TRANSPORTS/INMATES 607, THE HERTZ CORPORATION, 75.33, RENTAL 608, Midtown Auto & Diesel Repair Inc, 203.23, CCJ VEHICLE REPAIRS 609, MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES, 536.71, CCJ JAIL SUPPLIES/TOILET PAPER 610, WESTERN FIRE PROTECTION,650.00, 611, PLASTIC ENGINEERING, 1881.75, Jail window replacement 612, Hagar Restaurant Service, 521.12, JAIL WALK IN FREEZER 613, MORRISON SUPPLY COMPANY, 984.00, Plumbing Supplies 614, Raines Polygraph Services, 225.00, polygraph 615, AIRCO SERVICE INC, 99.00, HEAT/AIR SERVICE 616, VISA/AMERICAN HERITAGE BANK, 116.21, TRANSPORTS/INMATES 617, AIRCO SERVICE INC,5038.55, HEAT/AIR SERVICE 618, Waste Management Of Tulsa, 744.09, TRASH SERVICE 619, MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES, 1015.85,CCJ JAIL SUPPLIES/TOILET PAPER;Juv Dent-ST 390, Hagar Restaurant Service, 3862.57, JUVENILE DETENTION 391, MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES, 216.68, JUVENILEDETENTION 392, O N G, 1481.79, UTILITIES GAS SERVICES 393, DISH NETWORK, 128.01, CABLE 394, A T & T, 67.37, INTERNET SERVICE;Mental Health 33, UNDERWOOD, CHRISSIE, 1650.00, CONTRACT LABOR 34, Smith, Ed Jr, 1650.00, CONTRACT LABOR 35, SMITH,LISA ANN, 550.00, CONTRACT LABOR 36, DISTRICT ATTORNEYS COUNCIL #24, 1000.00, CONTRACT LABOR 37, CALVIN-KOCH,VICKI, 1000.00, CONTRACT LABOR 38, All Rise For Justice, 895.00, CONFERENCE 39, UNDERWOOD, CHRISSIE, 417.19,REIMBURSEMENT;ML Fee 11, MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES, 24.84, SUPPLIES;Planning/Zoning 44, QUADIENT FINANCE USA INC, 154.85, POSTAGE;Resale 272, DYNAMIC RECRUITING SPECIALIST, 870.00, TEMPORARY EMPLOYEE 273, TM CONSULTING INC, 1595.00, IT Support 274,Gster Cleaning, 600.00, JANITORIAL 275, MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES, 1578.49, Supplies 276, USPS-Hasler, 50000.00, POSTAGE 277, MERRIFIELD OFFICE SUPPLIES, 114.95, Supplies;RFD-ST 54, STANDARD AUTO PARTS, 1260.88, SUPPLIES;SH Commissary 13, U S POSTMASTER, 204.00, POSTAGE STAMPS. 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 Warner to sign Resolution#2024-17 Board of County Commissioners of Creek County, Oklahoma (the "County") approving the incurrence of indebtedness by the Creek County Educational Facilities Authority (the "Authority") issuing its Educational Facilities Lease Revenue Bonds, Series 2024 (Sapulpa Public Schools Project) (the "Bonds"); providing that the organizational document creating the Authority is subject to the provisions of the Bond Indenture authorizing the issuance of said Bonds; waiving competitive bidding and authorizing the sale of said Bonds by the Authority at negotiated sale and at a price less than par; approving the forms of a Continuing Disclosure Agreement and an Official Statement relating to the Bonds; authorizing the execution of all necessary documents, and containing other provisions relating thereto. Residents Elaine Geerdes and Susan Sipes voiced concerns over the bond. Geerdes stated that this bond is over the 10% allowed per net assessed value, the net value in 2022 was $22.5. By doing the Lease Purchase they are going around the law. There is current litigation on a matter like this currently. Nathan Ellis spoke to the Board; this is a lease transaction which is a debt obligation that will take year to year action to review. We have a where the Attorney General has signed off on this process attached. The bond will be paid from lease revenues, this is a debt that the Educational Facilities is taking on and will not exceed the 10% cap at any time. It is structured to stay under the cap. Geerdes stated this is a twenty-five-year bond, this is a lot of money and will affect a lot of people's taxes that are taxed enough as it is. Snips voiced concerns if the bond defaults and who does the debt fall on, it was stated at the meeting from the school, it would then pass on to the residents of Creek County. Ellis stated this was approved in excess of 60% from the vote of the people in September. Zack Robinson stated the debt would fall on the school and it will not be distributed to the residents as stated in the meeting. The AG has reviewed the bond and approved, along with the incurred financing tool structure. Geerdes stated we are not Jenks School; this is a lot of money that will be placed on 8,645 homes and businesses. There is a lot of poverty in our area. This could affect a lot of people and progress. Warner asked if there is anything the county sees on the cap issue, Goforth not on the county side and I have not seen anything close to it.   

Item #8: DISCUSSION ONLY/NO ACTION applicant withdrew application on discussion and possible action to consider case CCPP-2023-06; Hilltop Estates; Applicant Bart C. James, requests approval of a preliminary plat for a residential subdivision "Hilltop Estates", consisting of 13 tracts on 40 acres, subject tract is located at 39266 W. 141st St. S. Bristow, OK.-Wendy Murray. Tract is surrounded by Agricultural and not located in a flood zone. The water source will be well water and gas will be propane. There has been opposition from neighbors about increased traffic and the manufactured homes locating on small tracts of land. The CCPC recommended denial on 1/16/24, along with the Planning Office. James Bart spoke to the Board this is going to be a 40-acre tract with 13 lots, approximately 2/3 of an acre each. It meets all the requirements of the Planning Subdivision regulations. The Planning had concerns with the water and we have completed a water study with a summary of existing water well information. The study stated there is sufficient water supply, we have drilled two additional wells that are able to produce 40 gallons, this is in excess of the required amount of 10,12 to 15 gallons. There have been some future predictions of what our subdivision is going to be or become with homes and roads and we would like to clear that up. We are here to state the roads will be privately owned and maintained, we have strong convenances and will not tolerate marijuana or criminal activity, there will also be no commercial use of property. We have a buyer that will do owner financing and then have that turned over to buyers at a bank like BOK. We are trying to build up the area, we do not want it to deteriorate over time. Ryan Ortiz, Beyond Riveting LLC Builder presented a picture of the barn dominium plan. We have five tracts sold that we will be building this style of homes on. We want the value of the area to increase. I am working with Francisco Castaneda on the home, after they are built, he will be selling them. Whitehouse stated he is against this subdivision; I am here to represent the people of my area and they have concerns and do not want this in the area. This is why the letters are sent out to the surrounding land owners and they are here today against this matter. We have seen this same thing in the past, where things are promised and then they do not get completed and we are left with a deteriorated area that is not good for the surrounding land owners. James asked the Board what can they do to make this happen. There was discussion of the convenance not being strong enough with the mobile home portion. Stephens reviewed the options with applicant that you can withdraw application and reapply or we can deny the application and you would have to wait a year to bring something new to the board. The Board has an issue with the building specs, we would like to see stick-built homes and not mobile homes. The mobile homes do not fit the area and if the lots could be larger that would be great, as well. James stated they would like to withdraw application and work on a new revised plat so they could move forward with their subdivision and improving the area. The Board stated that the applicant would like to withdraw the application, no action is required of this board.

 Item #9: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Whitehouse to award Bid#24-10 Creek County Sheriff EOC Phase I per recommendations of BKL to Magnum Construction Inc., for $1,535,000.00 and the Creek County Public Facilities Trust pay for the stated cost of $1,535,000.00. Stephens stated that BKL and Jana Thomas, Purchasing Agent has reviewed all the bids and BKL has provided the Board with a recommendation letter. The approved Building Plans are complete, along with the Building Permit from the City of Sapulpa. Magnum Construction will be in charge of the complete project. Stephens stated he would like to thank Stephanie with BKL and Jana for all of their hard work in putting the bid documentation together. Stephens stated that Magnum Construction LLC was the lowest bidder, then SC Builders LLC, AC Owen Construction LLC, Ascend Commercial Builders LLC, and Narconey Construction LLC. Then we had Route 66 AC/Mechanical for HVAC. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner -Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #10: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to sign reimbursement contract between the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) and the Creek County Commissioners for an Environmental Officer Grant, in the amount of $30,000.00. Bret Bowling, Sheriff stated this is our annual grant that we have received in the past. We would like to utilize our community sentencing persons to help assist with the cleanup in certain areas of our county. Warner stated the appreciates all of Bowling's efforts in wanting to cleanup our county, it is not an easy task. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner -Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

 Item #11: Motion was made by Whitehouse and seconded by Warner to sign a service agreement for the Creek County Assessor's Office for Just Appraised for deed data entry for the remainder of the 2023-2024 fiscal year, in the amount of $19,000.00 and $3,000.00 for implementation. Haley Anderson stated this would be for getting us caught up on our data entry on deeds. We have always run two to three months behind. This would work with the Clerk's website pulling data entry and implementing it into our Camo system. We would review the information as well. Mortazavi stated I would like to make sure that the data entry is being reviewed, we are all human and can make mistakes. I don't want the Assessor Office pulling information and not reviewing it and then stating the error is within the Clerk's Office, because this is the information they provided. Anderson stated we will be reviewing all information. Mortazavi voiced concerns with the ability of pulling the legal descriptions, as the Assessor uses an abbreviated version. There was discussion of looking into software that can pull the County Clerk's, Treasurer and Assessor's information all into one for the public to have a one stop shop, as well.  Warner asked Anderson if she has reviewed her budget and has the fund to pay for the expense. Anderson stated yes, this is like a trial period and then we would have to ask for the full amount in the next budget, if we want to renew the contract.  Suzanne Snips asked if it would be cheaper to hire an employee verses outsourcing. Anderson stated this would be cheaper. Tandra McClellan the cost of an employee, plus benefits. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner -Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #12: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to sign lease agreement for the Creek County Health Department with R.K. Black, Inc, for copier services. Samanatha Givings, Health Department reviewed the savings of the contract. We cannot justify our old contract with other service company, we were overpaying and underutilizing the copiers program. Current cost is $1,345.00 and R.K will be $761.00. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner -Aye, Whitehouse - Aye

Item #13: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to sign Resolution#2024-18 surplussing a Dell Latitude 5420 Rugged Laptop INV#1285 Serial#4LPPYX2 HP 280 G1MT Business PC Serial#MXL5391QJ7, Dell Monitor Serial#CN-0J4HN6-FCC00-91B-C8JB-AO5, 2018 Dodge Charger with Go Rhino Push Bar, Shotgun Lock, Metal Console and Transport Partition INV#0948 18-835 VIN#2C3CDXKT9JH218179, 2018 Dodge Charger with Go Rhino Push Bar INV#18-836 VIN#2C3CDXKT0JH223724, 2018 Dodge Charger with Go Rhino Push Bar, Shotgun Lock, Metal Console and Transport Partition INV#968 18-837 Serial# 2C3CDXKT1JH224476 for the Sheriff's Office and Resolution#2024-18A disposing of the same computers to be junked and vehicles to be given to Pawnee County Sheriff's Office be transferred by Inter-Governmental Transfer. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner -Aye, Whitehouse - Aye

Item #14: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to sign Resolution#2024-19 directing the Creek County Treasurer to credit the Creek County General Government Maintenance and Operations Fund 0001-1-2000-2005/R2 with a check from Westlake Ace Hardware in the amount of $15.99, as reimbursement for a credit balance, 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 #15: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to sign Resolution#2024-20 directing the Creek County Treasurer to credit the Creek County Sheriff's Capital Outlay Account 0001-2-0400-4110/B3 with funds from ACCO in the amount of $32,398.50 from ACCO reimbursement for damages to a sheriff vehicle which occurred on October 02, 2023, as per 62 O.S § 335, and procedures implemented by the State Auditor's Office. Stephens stated we have verified that this is the correct account and the monies are going back to where the vehicle was purchased from. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner -Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

Item #16: Motion was made by Warner and seconded by Whitehouse to pass item for one week until 2-5-24 to make language changes on discussion and possible action to consider directing the Creek County Treasurer to credit the Creek County Commissioners account (0001-1-2000-1233/R5) for workman's compensation in the amount of $19,678.89 with funds received from the Treasurer's Cash Voucher Resale Salary fund (1220-1-0600-1110/CV-2) in the amount of $464.24; Creek County Clerk's Preservation Fee Salary fund (1209-1-1000-1130/CCPF1) in the amount of $18.63; Creek County Court Clerk's Payroll fund (1211-1-1900-1110/PFCC) in the amount of $128.34; Assessor's Reval Payroll fund (0001-1-1700-1110/H4) in the amount of $215.88; Sheriff County Jail Maintenance Salary fund (1315-2-0400-1110/CJM1A) in the amount of $11,008.92; Sheriff Juvenile Justice Center Payroll fund (1317-2-0400-1110/JJC1A) in the amount of $7,224.40; Sheriff's Service Fees Salary fund (1226-2-0400-1110/SSF1A) in the amount of $83.14; Sheriff's Service Fees Courthouse Security Salary fund (1226-2-3500-1110/SSF9) in the amount of $432.56; Sheriff's Service Fee OK Highway Safety Grant fund (1526-2-0400-1110/SSF15) in the amount of $102.78,4) H4) in  as per 62 O.S. § 335, and procedures implemented by the State Auditor's Office. Tandra McClellan stated the language needs to be updated to reflect the correct account for the Sheriff's Ok HWY Safety Grant. We cannot pay anything out of the grant account except the pay, the withholdings have to be paid from another Sheriff Service Fee account per audit. We have issued the check out of the correct Sheriff Service Fee account, but the agenda needs to be corrected. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner -Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

 Item #17: Discussion and possible action regarding the American Recovery Plan 2021 funds directed to Creek County by the federal government. No update at this time. (1) No Roads or Bridges at this time.   

Public: Fair Board sign-ups are complete and we have Perry Collins-D1, Billy Hill-D2 and Jeff Gilbert-D3. Last week we had the incorrect name that filed. Due to the redistricting Bob Pruitt did not file as he is now in District #3. There will be no election, as we only had one candidate for each district. We will have an item on the agenda next week for appointments/reappointments stated Mortazavi.

Adjournment: Motion was made by Stephens and seconded by Whitehouse at 9:55 a.m. to adjourn and meet again on 2-5-24. Vote as follows: Stephens - Aye, Warner - Aye, Whitehouse - Aye.

 

2023 Salaries

*BARNES, WILLIAM: $ 640.00, *Campbell, Dyson: $ 495.00, *HOGGATT, DANNY: $ 24,450.18, *JOBE, CARROLL: $ 620.00, *JONES, THERESA: $ 4,965.17, *O'Dell, Patrick: $ 6,279.00, *Rodman, Madison K.: $ 3,499.20, *Schultz, Philip: $ 70.00, *VANORSDOL, ASHLEY: $ 36,427.68, Admire, Kyle: $ 42,830.00, Aguilar, Omar: $ 20,922.32, ALEXANDER, KENDRA: $ 144.67, ALEXANDER, RACHEL RENE: $ 35,400.00, Allen, Lara: $ 5,900.00, Allen, Torie: $ 4,486.06, ANDERSON, CHRISTINA: $ 34,646.66, ANDERSON, HALEY: $ 69,525.00, ANTHAMATTEN, MICHAEL E.: $ 58,223.28, Armstrong, Chyanne: $ 3,148.70,BADGWELL, DEBRA K.: $ 25,977.78, Banks, Brock: $ 8,884.80, BARTO, LANCE: $ 46,827.36, BASS, NAOMI M.: $ 33,632.76, Bennett, Timothy: $ 32,214.72, Beyer, Taylor: $ 12,753.12, BOWLING, BRET R.: $ 58,975.08, Boykins, Ja'kel: $ 4,256.29, BOZWORTH, JAMES N.: $ 44,597.40, Bozworth, Jessica: $ 232.50, Bradley, Austin: $ 43,910.00, Bradley, Stephanie: $ 18,380.80, Brant, Adam: $ 136.16, BRASHEAR, JEANETTE: $ 12,895.72, BRASWELL, TRAVIS: $ 46,556.00, Bridendolph, Rebecca: $ 20,048.49, Brown, Amy: $ 34,646.66, BROWN, BRIAN: $ 41,718.72, BUTLER, TYLER: $ 42,350.00, BYASSEE, JULIE: $ 13,327.53, Byler, Stephanie: $ 4,052.05, CAMPBELL, WILLIAM JOSEPH: $ 45,980.00, CARR, RICKY RAY: $ 29,655.00, CASE, TIMOTHY: $ 45,980.00, Caudill, Gary: $ 41,718.72, CHARKOWSKI, SHAUN M.: $ 45,980.00, Cheatwood, Ashley: $ 15,579.72, Chestnut, Harrison: $ 18,827.12, CLABORN, TYLER JAMES: $ 12,276.72, CLARK, DELWIN F.: $ 54,672.00, CLARK, RENEE LYNN: $ 44,780.84, Clem, Karlee: $ 26,550.00, COPELAND, CASEY: $ 48,189.24, CORNELL, MYRANDA TAYLOR: $ 2,739.20, COSBY, ERIN DENISE: $ 50,446.66, COSBY, LAURA D.: $ 46,827.24, CURTIS, JAY ALLEN: $ 35,400.00, Dalton, Bobbie: $9,704.19, DANIELS, SHARON: $35,400.00, DAVIS, DRU: $ 50,873.32, Davis, Lino: $ 3,500.00, Davis, Ryan: $ 4,016.72, DeFreese-Bolding, Kimberly: $ 4,503.08, Denton, Cadence: $ 22,420.08, Denton, Ted: $ 22,486.60, DOANE, DORIS JEAN: $ 41,718.72, DUVALL, CELIA: $ 35,400.00, Dye, Jonathan: $16,051.70, Eckman, Christopher: $ 10,182.00, EDENS, TIMOTHY K.: $ 41,718.72, EDGECOMB, ALANA: $ 14,000.00, ENGLE, DON: $ 27,067.75, ENGLEMAN, RICHARD K.: $ 25,675.00, Escojido, Madelyn: $ 4,039.28, EVANS, JAY D.: $ 41,718.72, EVANS, JUSTIN: $ 40,292.04, FAIRES, JR, GARY G.: $ 41,718.72,Fallis, Kara: $ 11,628.36, Farrell, Patrick: $ 40,985.73, FARRIS, PAUL E.: $ 19,879.46, FERRERIA, DESTANY: $ 1,044.90, Fillmore, Michele: $ 18,572.28, Ford, Gary: $ 17,700.00, FRANK, EDWARD: $ 39,732.36, FULLER, MARGARET: $ 1,000.00, Galloway, Tiazhay: $ 6,172.32, Garcia, Steven: $ 7,350.00, GILLIAM, MARCIA: $ 34,637.04, GILLILAND, GLORIA CHRISTINE: $ 14,380.20, Graham, Zacheus: $ 4,486.06, GRAMMER, QUIN LYNN: $ 41,718.72, GRANT, JIMMEY: $ 41,718.72, GRIFFIN, THERESA DELL: $ 38,460.00, Gruver, Nicole: $ 38,662.00, GUINN, PAUL LEON: $ 41,718.72, HAMILTON, AMANDA H.: $ 2,460.96, Harris, Jr, Kenneth: $ 5,264.72, HARRISON, JOSHUA KAIN: $ 42,350.00, Hart, Justice: $ 33,832.88, Harvey, Rebecca: $ 37,566.30, HAVENAR, CARLA: $345.00, HAYES-MCCURLEY, MISTY J.: $ 57,520.80, Hefley, John: $ 4,311.60, HEITMAN, ADAM: $ 43,025.00, HELLER, CHRISTOPHER M.: $ 49,370.00, HENDERSON, GLENN: $ 41,718.72, HENDERSON, JERRY W.: $ 33,957.02, HENDRICKS, LISA D.: $ 33,883.83, Henson, Brett: $ 42,350.00, Heritage, Abigail A.: $ 21,263.70, Hernandez, Jr, Hector: $ 4,303.09, HILL, COLETTE NICO: $ 30,980.74, HILL, PEGGY L.: $ 39,732.36, Hoehner, Lindsey: $ 7,670.08,HOFFMAN, HOMER: $ 41,718.72, Holcomb, Arron: $ 32,014.72, HOLLADAY, MICHAEL: $ 42,936.52, HOLLAND, MARKOS: $ 41,900.00, Holman, McKenzie: $ 4,691.94, HOPKINS, IVIE: $ 2,950.00, HOWARD, DAVID M.: $ 44,597.40, HOWARD, SANDRA W.: $ 595.00, Howell, David: $ 42,350.00, Hunsinger, Autumn: $ 8,487.04, HURST, CHARLES A.: $ 32,893.84, INGRAM, ANITA M.: $ 19,795.15, INKS, TODD GENE: $ 42,350.00, Inman, Sheila: $ 20,662.55, James, Judy: $ 2,595.91, Johnson, James: $ 680.80, Johnson, Jim: $ 3,261.20, Jones, Amanda: $ 15,430.80, Jordan, Jett: $ 38,322.91, KALEVIK, MENTER C.: $ 24,500.00,KEIFFER, JONATHAN R.: $ 51,918.28, Kenser, Matthew: $ 1,861.99, Kidd, Mason: $ 18,747.78, KIMBALL, ANGELA: $ 37,337.98, KING, BOB: $ 19,797.15, Knott, Lyle: $ 21,122.39, Lackey, Levi: $ 42,350.00, LARSON, BRANDON: $ 42,350.00, LAWLEY, CHARLES: $ 47,908.68, Lawson, Hailey: $ 6,611.35, LEACH, CHRISTOPHER T.: $ 54,348.00, LEATHERWOOD, ADDIE B.: $ 35,400.00, Leatherwood, Kolt: $ 36,200.00, LEE, SUE: $ 585.00, LOGSDON, DANA R.: $ 58,223.28, LOPEZ, RUSTY: $ 40,520.72, LOUDERMILK, DAVID L.: $ 31,500.00, Luckey, Benjamin: $ 13,570.08, LYNN, SHERRY A.: $ 51,631.44, LYTLE,MATTHEW B.: $ 48,992.00, MAINARD, DEBI: $ 42,234.40, MANN, JUSTIN B.: $ 42,144.44, MARCUM, MICHAEL E.: $ 50,820.00, MARTIN, CLAUDETTE: $ 4,311.60, MARTIN, VICKI: $ 33,462.64, MARVIN, JOANN I.: $ 25,682.72, Maxwell, Tyree: $ 21,302.00, MCCLEERY, JUSTIN: $ 51,631.44, McClellan, Tandra L.: $ 57,520.80, MCCLENDON, DAKOTA: $ 5,877.44, McCormick, Michael Steven: $ 600.00, MCCRACKIN, GARRETT: $ 37,309.32, McCurry, Kendall: $ 36,202.70, MCDANIEL, RYAN: $ 46,827.36, McDonald-Davis, Michelle: $ 34,646.66, McDougal, Natalie: $ 378.00, MCGUIRE, C WAYNE: $ 41,718.72, McGuire, Steven: $58,223.28, McIntosh, Ashlynn: $ 4,477.55, MCKINZIE, JEFFREY: $ 42,144.44, MCKINZIE, THOMAS: $ 44,705.00, Miller, Jennifer: $ 14,408.04, MILLER, RONALD: $ 41,718.72, MOBLEY, III JW: $ 44,520.00, MOORE, JR, HARVEY M.: $ 41,718.72, MOORE, JULIUS: $ 36,600.00, Morrison, Clinton: $ 41,553.19, MORTAZAVI, JENNIFER D.: $ 58,975.08, Moseby, Kenneth: $ 14,387.04, Murray, Covey W.: $ 51,631.44, MURRAY, WENDY R.: $ 51,631.44, MUSSER, GLEN L.: $ 40,338.21, MYERS, RHONDA: $ 11,937.00, NAIFEH, JOY W.: $ 19,407.76, Nealey, Christopher: $ 1,191.40, Ohman, Thomas: $ 20,838.48, Osburn, JamesW.: $ 26,550.00, Pace, Michael: $ 849.64, PARISH, KIMBERLIE: $ 42,470.00, Parnell, Russell: $ 2,300.00, PARRICK, JR, FRANKIE D.: $ 41,718.72, PARRICK, LANE: $ 29,690.31, PAYTON, TIFFANY: $ 39,732.36, Peeper, Barney: $ 26,488.24, Perryman, Marissa: $ 16,816.38, PILGRIM, JACOB: $ 46,621.89, Poe, Allison: $ 12,047.31, POGGEMEYER, KELLY: $ 34,637.04, Poorboy, Aaron: $ 180.00, PRICE, DAVID: $ 2,950.00, Prouse, Jarad: $ 9,394.63, PRUITT, JAMES D.: $ 51,324.00, QUINN, AMY E.: $ 37,371.24, QUINNELLY, ROBIN: $ 8,850.00, Rainbolt, Wesley: $ 7,670.08, Ramon, Nicholas: $ 35,400.00, Ramos, Blake: $8,850.00, RANGEL, HAILEY: $ 42,590.00, Rathbone, Tyler: $ 8,850.00, Raymer, Andra: $ 35,083.56, RICHISON, JR, TIMOTHY CALEB: $ 27,775.72, Robertson, Amos: $ 8,350.88, ROBINSON, NICHOLAS R.: $ 41,718.72, Rodriguez, April: $ 4,749.87, ROEBUCK, LADONNA R.: $ 41,718.72, Rothrock, Lee: $ 35,400.00, Ryker, Reese: $ 8,350.88, Sanders, Leah: $ 12,310.34, SANZ MORRIS, ANDRES: $ 36,600.00, Scanlon, Hayden: $ 5,939.57, Schlegel, Christian: $ 11,936.16, SELSOR, HARRY R.: $ 58,223.28, Shanahan, Mike: $ 1,200.00, Shane, Harvey: $ 35.40, SHORT, ALEX: $ 45,550.69, Siler, Melissa Renee: $42,704.37, Singh, Anand: $ 35,400.00, Sitzman, Blake: $ 4,205.23, Sloan, Hunter: $ 26,950.00, SMITH, BRENDA R.: $ 46,827.36, SMITH, CODY: $ 52,740.00, SMITH, CURTIS TROY: $ 38,019.65, SMITH, CYNTHIA L.: $ 47,576.52, SMITH, JUDY A.: $ 2,040.00, SMITH, KAREN: $ 48,189.24, SMITH, ROGER D.: $ 42,144.44, SMITH-VANDERSLICE, SANDRA AILEEN: $ 438.26, SPEERS, JUSTIN A.: $ 20,859.36, STEELEY, JACKSON: $ 9,194.10, STEELEY, WM EARL: $ 41,718.72, STEPHENS, JR, NEWT J.: $ 69,525.00, STEVENS, TONYIA J.: $ 34,637.04, THOMAS, ASHLEY: $ 40,725.60, THOMAS, JANA S.: $ 58,223.28,THOMAS, KIMBERLY: $ 45,975.92, THOMPSON, CYNTHIA A.: $ 50,496.00, Thompson, Jared: $ 38,322.91, Thompson, Joseph: $ 58,224.00, Thompson, Robbie: $ 38,070.00, THOMPSON, ROBERT STEVE: $ 41,718.72, TIFFANY, BETHANY: $ 42,710.00, TILLEY, ERIC: $ 42,350.00, TILLISON, CHRISTY L.: $ 25,901.14, TINER, DUSTIN S.: $ 43,850.00, Torres, Nicholas: $ 42,605.00, Travelletti, Norma: $ 245.00, Treadway, Sydney: $ 5,528.54, Trout, Chelsae: $ 123.75, TROUT, CHRISTINE: $ 35,660.78, Trout, Christopher: $ 180.00, Trout, Michael: $ 5,900.00, Vallett, Michael: $ 5,264.72, VanDolah, Laurel: $ 34,646.66,VANORSDOL, AMANDA: $ 58,975.08, VANORSDOL, LUKE: $ 40,891.07, Vanzant, Samantha L.: $ 19,100.58, Vaughan, Johnathon P.: $ 1,261.00, VAUGHN, PAULA F.: $ 15,609.12, Vernon, Kayne: $ 9,530.80, Walker, Sutton: $ 37,380.00, Walters, Mary: $ 800.00, WARE, GLORIA J.: $ 54,164.28, WARNER, LEON: $ 58,975.08, WASHINGTON, LEONARD K.: $ 36,600.00, WASHINGTON, NINA: $ 485.07, Watashe, Ben J.: $ 42,350.00, Watts, Randy: $ 41,718.72, WHEELER, JAMIE KEITH: $ 51,732.00, WHISENHUNT, TERESA: $ 60,106.90, Whitehouse, Jarrod: $ 69,525.00, WHITEHOUSE, ROBIN G.: $ 58,223.28, WHITE, PAIGE: $ 37,440.00, Whitmore, Zachary: $ 4,324.37, WICKLIFFE, STEPHANIE: $ 44,825.84, Widener, Morgan: $ 7,904.68, WILLHITE, JENNIFER L.: $ 35,758.14, Williamson, Candace: $ 35,400.00, WILLIAMSON, CHRISTI: $ 45,975.92, Williamson, Lilly: $ 35,400.00, Williams, Tammi: $ 3,571.24, WILLINGHAM-THOMAS, EDINA L.: $ 45,804.64, WILSON, ANGELA: $ 37,440.00, WIMBERLY, CLINTON B.: $ 41,718.72, WISE, DEAN: $ 42,350.00, WISSEL, COLBY: $ 2,700.00,Wolfe, Tammi: $ 7,397.76, Zickefoose, Dustin: $ 9,794.80