The Osage Board of County Commissioners met for a regular scheduled meeting at the courthouse in Pawhuska Monday morning and things went smoothly.
After a week of allowing the county's legal representatives to look over the inter-local agreement between the commissioners and the city of Fairfax, it is now official that the town will get $5,500 of aid in emergency medical services. Miller EMS had been charging Fairfax and the surrounding area $7,500 a month to serve the town. That price went up to $13,000 effective March 1, forcing the town of Fairfax to ask for help in paying for the services.
The womens building at the Osage County Fairgrounds could soon be getting a face-lift, as the Commissioners signed a resolution advertising bids to make improvements to the building. This is something District One Commissioner Randall Jones has wanted to do from the very beginning.
The Commissioners signed a yearly contract with AT&T for the Sheriff's Department to continue getting service with the company. They also purchased a new eventide voice recorder for 911. This cost $31,712 and money is coming out of the E-911 account.
The next regular scheduled board of county commissioners meeting is scheduled for this coming Monday at 10 in the morning at the courthouse in Pawhuska.
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