The Osage County Board of County Commissioners held their regular meeting Monday morning. This week the Commissioners received quarterly reports from Kay Kelley from E911, Jake Bruno from Planning and Zoning, and Jerry Roberts from Emergency Management.
Kelley announced that E911 has been working closely with the City Councils from Avant and Barnsdall to have a EMS charged added to their utility bill, both councils have approved the fee. Hominy EMS has also been working with Prue and Hominy City Councils to add a EMS charge to the city's utilities in order to supplement cost, both measures are still in progress.
Jake Bruno, from Planning and Zoning stated that they have been working closely with the Army Corps of Engineers, State Zoning, and FEMA to adjust the flood plain reports for the county. Bruno also said that they have been working with Tulsa Botanical Gardens and the organization will soon be coming to the County to apply for a Liquor License to host weddings.
Jerry Roberts highlighted during his report that their spring water drive was very successful bringing in close to 1000 cases of water for the 53 fire departments across the County.
The Osage County Board of County Commissioner will meet again next Monday at the Osage County Courthouse in Pawhuska.