Janet Barber

Grove Sun

JAY Delaware County Commissioners received and filed a jail inspection report at a regular meeting, Monday morning.

The report, dated Sept. 16th, cited the county for continued overcrowding violations. No other violations were found, according to the report.

In other business, Flint Ridge Fire Department will be purchasing a used pumper/tanker truck from Brindlee Mountain for the amount of $22,522. The department also salvaged a 1976 Cascade truck to be used for a trade-in on the truck.

Funds in the amount of $2,000 were transferred for the Oaks Fire Department from their travel account into maintenance and operation.

Commissioners approved a detention service contract between Tulsa County Juvenile Detention Home and Delaware County for detention of juveniles.

The Delaware County Sheriffs Department will enter into a contract with the Town of Bernice to provide law enforcement to the town for a three-month period at a price of $4,350 per month.

In other matters Monday morning:

The revised 5-year road and bridge plan for Districts #1, 2 and 3 was approved.

A payment request in the amount of $9,080 to Rose & McCrary for archaeological mitigation services on the Spavinaw Creek Bridge relocation project was approved.

Three bids were submitted for striping on roads in all three districts with the winning bids going to Mike Anderson and Times Striping.

Kathy Decker was named as designated requisitioning officer for the Delaware County Solid Waste Department.

October highway cash was set up with $70,106.34 going to each district and blanket purchase orders were approved for October as well.

No bids were received for selling equipment for District #2.

Tabled items included payment to Rose & McCrary on Saline Creek Bridge and Dry Creek Bridge.

No action was taken on transferring funds in District #1 cash account.

The next meeting of the Delaware County Commissioners will be held on Mon., Oct. 5 at 9 a.m. in the Commissioners Office of the Delaware County Courthouse.