Tuesday, March 22, 2022 - The Board of County Commissioners of Sequoyah County held their regular meeting on March 21, at 10 am. The meeting took place at the County Commissioners’ meeting room in the Sequoyah County courthouse.
Considerations on resolutions, bids, and contracts followed after the previous meeting minutes were approved at the beginning of the meeting.
There was discussion in regard to the application for the District Attorney Council’s community safety grant through the Sequoyah County Sheriff’s office. A motion was made and approved by the County Commissioners.
In addition, the County Commissioners approved a resolution for the disposal of a 2011 Ford 150 Super Crew XL 2WD for the Sequoyah Assessor’s office.
The citizens' presentation included a weather report by Sequoyah County Emergency Manager Steve Rutherford. Rutherford stated, "We will see a lot of rain over the next 24 hours. We could see an inch and a half to two inches, but should not have any severe activity with this system. This is good news for our firefighters who have been working hard due to the lack of rain and extreme winds in the area recently."
In new business, there was discussion and approval of the transfer from N-Chip to jail sales tax capital outlay.
Lindsie Dyer, Staff Writer
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