Monday, August 3, 2020

Commissioners Tackle Sequoyah County Business

The Board of County Commissioners for Sequoyah County spent their weekly meeting Monday approving several items of community interest.

The commissioners also heard Emergency Management Director Steve Rutherford’s latest update on the coronavirus situation in the county. He said there are currently 130 active COVID-19 cases in Sequoyah County and there have been four deaths.

In other business, the commissioners:

*Approved the Sequoyah County Sheriff’s Office’s application for the State of Oklahoma’s Attorney General “Safe Oklahoma” grant

*Declared several vehicles used by the Sheriff’s Office as surplus and they approved the transfer of a 2008 Chevrolet truck from the Sheriff’s Office to the Brushy Fire Department

*Declared three HP printers and one HP server as surplus for the Sequoyah County Assessor’s Office

*Approved an updated disaster recovery plan in all three county districts

*Appointed Jill Larcade and Julia McGhee as requisitioning officers for the Sequoyah County Health Department for 2020-21 and appointed Christina Clayton and Jennifer Wiley as receiving officers for the health department for 2020-21.

Laura Brown, KXMX Staff Writer

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