The Delaware County Commissioners approved a resolution on Monday, July 24, designating roadways in the Hilltop Addition for golf cart use.
“The speed limits will be 20 mph,” said Doug Smith, (District 1) county commissioner chairman.
Hilltop Addition is located north of Grove.
In financial business, the commissioners awarded a $137,193 bid to Rose and McCrary for the Jerry Carnes Box Culvert project in District No. 3.
In other financial transactions, the commissioners transferred $114,309.02 to a Cherokee Nation account earmarked for a road surfacing project in the Jay Industrial Park, transferred $5,000 from a Monkey Island Fire Department capital outlay account to a maintenance and operations account and issued a $1,000 refund to Grand Telephone for a utility permit in the Eucha area.
Also approved was $4,000 for Grand Gateway Membership dues and an agreement with Turner and Associates for $1,500 to prepare financial statements.
A file certificate and list of officers for the Monkey Island Fire Department was approved. The list of officers are: Jason Benson, chairman; Jan Wilson, treasurer; Gretchen Smith, Clerk; Carl Tesreau, fire chief; Reggie Stone, assistant fire chief; Barbara Barnes, requisitioning; Smith, receiving and Jon Wilson, inventory.
The commissioners sent back a list of officers to the Kenwood Fire Department with a suggestion not having the fire chief also hold the position of chairman for the organization.
In other business, the commissioners approved:
An agreement with ROCMND Area Youth Services.
Forward to the district attorney’s office a foreclosure, Bank of Gravette vs. Andrew W. Landmesser, et. al.
A request by the Community Crisis Center to place “Silent Witness” displays in the courthouse in October for domestic Violence Awareness month and to place “Abuse Is Not Ok” signs in the courthouse public restrooms.
Agreement with Delaware County Sheriff’s Department and Leadsonline, LLC for a database.
A $1,000 bid from Jacky Fleming for a 1993 Chevy truck owned by the Leach Fire Department.
Appoint Amber Whitlock to the Delaware County Fair Board.