Sheriff Robert Gentry stated he would like to use some of that money to purchase GPS systems for the county's 13 patrol vehicles, but that matter was not on the agenda and it was not voted on by the Quorum Court members.Gentry reported deputies conducted a total of 130 traffic stops, issued 119 warnings and wrote 5 citations, while patrolling a total of 23,607 miles throughout the county.Other special revenue accounts include fees and dedicated taxes that fund specific programs in the Insurance Department, Parks and Tourism, the Department of Environmental Quality and the State Police.The single largest source of state cash revenue is tuition and fees that are paid by students at state-supported colleges and universities.To be a poll worker, you must be at least 18 years of age and registered to vote.
Pastor Ray Reynolds announced area businesses are welcome to set up a booth for free. The state also has several special revenue accounts, which come from dedicated taxes.
The Oklahoma Forestry Service began a huge project in 2016 utilizing a new GIP app called Collector.
According to OFS Forest Ranger and project lead, Don Cook, this app allows the OFS to drop a pin with identifying information about every cabin, home and water source and layer that onto road maps to begin developing strategies for wildfire suppression for each subdivision.
She also said deliveries will only be accepted after noon on Wednesday.
Sevier County Judge Greg Ray reported the company that paved the Story Creek project improperly invoiced the job and the entire amount was paid out of the county's miscellaneous account, instead of the county's asphalt account.