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November 19, 2012

Commissioners to open bids for county projects

DUNCAN — At 10 a.m., the Board of Stephens County Commissioners is set to open four bids for various projects within the three county districts and county offices.

The first item for bids to be opened for is the printing of ballots for the Stephens County Election Board. The commissioners will consider the lowest and best bid for this task.

Bids could also be received for rock for the county. Once again, the commissioners will consider the lowest and best bid for the item.

The commissioners will also consider opening bids for tires for all three county districts. The board will consider the lowest and best bid for the tires.

The final bid opening will be for concrete, which will be used at various locations and project sites throughout the county. As with the other agenda items, the commissioners will consider the lowest and best bid.

The commissioners will meet at 9:30 a.m. Monday in the Commissioners Office in the Stephens County Courthouse.

Other items:

• Consideration of a resolution to appoint a commissioner to the CED District 6 Board.

• Two cooperative agreements to make conservation works of improvement to diminish erosion and siltation of the rights-of-way: one  with Monty Branum for the right-of-way two miles north of State Highway 29 on Bailey Road and 3/4 miles east; and a second agreement with Paul Doyle for the right-of-way at Section 16, Township 2 South, Range 6 West.

• Acknowledgement of the official certificate of votes regarding the General Election, which took place Nov. 6. These official certificates will be submitted by the Stephens County Election Board.

• Mark Suson, county E-911 director, could discuss issues with mapping. This could lead to the commissioners taking action to hire another company for the maps project which will bring them up to 911 standards.

• Consideration to hire a part-time employee for the Stephens County Fair & Expo Center.

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