Com­mis­sion Min­utes

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Feb. 28

The Com­mis­sion re­viewed chip and rock bids. The board voted unan­i­mously to ac­cept par­tial bids from Ben­ton County Stone, of Pryor, Okla., and Kemp Stone, of Pryor, Okla.

The Com­mis­sion re­viewed oil and primer bids. The board voted unan­i­mously to ac­cept par­tial bids from Coastal En­ergy Group, of Wil­low Springs, Mo.; Er­gon As­phalt and Emul­sions Inc., of Ca­toosa, Okla.; and Wright As­phalt Prod­ucts Co., of Bat­tle­field, Mo.

The Com­mis­sion re­viewed tire bids. Board unan­i­mously voted to ac­cept par­tial bids from Al­lied Oil and Tire, of Jo­plin; Cross-Mid­west, of Duen­weg; Ozarko Tire Cen­ters Inc., of Spring­dale, Ark.; Royer Tire of Jo­plin; RTF Tire and Ser­vice of Noel; and 4-M Ser­vice of Rocky Com­fort.

O’Brien Moore met with the Com­mis­sion to re­quest a re­view of High­way 88 in Jane. Moore said there were places along the high­way in bad shape.

Com­mis­sion­ers signed and ap­proved ac­counts payable and pay­roll checks in the amount of $555,927.50.

March 7

Com­mis­sion­ers signed and ap­proved ac­counts payable and pay­roll checks in the amount of $57,041.45.

March 12

The Com­mis­sion met with Jay Jessen. Jessen had ques­tions re­gard­ing pri­vate ceme­ter­ies. He was re­ferred to prose­cut­ing at­tor­ney Bill Dobbs and county coro­ner B.J. Good­win.

March 14

Com­mis­sion­ers signed and ap­proved ac­counts payable and pay­roll checks in the amount of $41,370.19.

March 19

John Wasson met with the Com­mis­sion to dis­cuss Devlin Road and High­way CC, both north­east of An­der­son. Wasson re­quested a “Not a Thru Road” sign be in­stalled at the in­ter­sec­tion. Com­mis­sion­ers agreed to erect a sign.

March 21

Michael Malone, Repub­lic Engi­neer­ing, re­quested lo­ca­tions of pos­si­ble Nat­u­ral Re­sources Con­ser­va­tion Ser­vice projects.

Melissa Ni­chols met with the Com­mis­sion to re­quest “No Park­ing” signs be placed on Slinkard Road, out­side of Pineville.

March 28

Com­mis­sion­ers signed and ap­proved ac­counts payable and pay­roll checks in the amount of $165,526.97.

April 2

Ken Mata, Mor­ton Build­ing rep­re­sen­ta­tive, met with the Com­mis­sion to dis­cuss the jail ren­o­va­tion and ex­pan­sion project. Com­mis­sion­ers again ex­pressed their dis­sat­is­fac­tion for how Mor­ton Build­ings has han­dled the project. Also dis­cussed was a com­ple­tion date for the project. Mata said he was push­ing to com­plete the project by the end of the month. Com­mis­sion­ers told Mata they no longer wanted Richard Hin­man on the job site. Mata said he would com­plete their re­quest.

Also in at­ten­dance were Rick Free­man, CTC Con­struc­tion Inc., and Michael Keels, with Keels Con­sult­ing. The Com­mis­sion spoke to both gentle­men re­gard­ing pend­ing pay­ments and in­voic­ing for the re­main­der of the project.

April 9

A res­i­dent of Haven­hurst com­mu­nity met with the Com­mis­sion to dis­cuss a plat­ted road­way within the neigh­bor­hood. The in­di­vid­ual in­quired how to have a road­way va­cated and re­verted back to the landown­ers.

Com­mis­sion­ers signed and ap­proved ac­counts payable and pay­roll checks in the amount of $84,623.90.

April 11

Com­mis­sion­ers re­ceived a phone call from Maria Poulides re­gard­ing the con­di­tion of Pump Sta­tion Road, near An­der­son. They also re­ceived a mes­sage from An­gela David­son re­gard­ing the road.

Jill Cor­nett, with the Harry S. Tru­man Co­or­di­nat­ing Coun­cil, met with the Com­mis­sion to dis­cuss light dis­ci­pline near Camp Crow­der. Com­mis­sion­ers stated they would try to de­ter the use of lights on the McDon­ald County side.

The Com­mis­sion signed clos­ing pa­per­work for the pur­chase of land to be used by the McDon­ald County Road and Bridge Depart­ment.

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