Keyes council accepts bid on locker plant
December 1, 2005
Council Members present: Chris Townsley and Scott Arthaud.
Fire Chief, Glen Copeland reported that they had no fire runs for the month. They are looking for new truck for possible purchase.
EMS Director, Willie Shelly reported one ambulance run during the past month.
The Town Council received and opened one bid on the Old Locker Plant. The Council accepted the bid from Melvin Hammontree for the property owned by the City of Keyes .
The Council approved the schedule for Meeting dates and times for the Calendar year of 2006 for City, EMS and Fire Department.
J. C. Moser discussed the possibility of the City purchasing new computers for the office. The Council voted to have him find and purchase a new Desk Top Computer and a new Laptop.
Sheriff Keith Borth and Deputy Larry Taylor discussed the possibility and ask Keyes Town Council to trade the City Police car, a Ford Expedition, for a Ford Crown Victoria owned by the County Sheriffs Office.
Scott Arthaud made the motion to allow the trade with approval of the Cimarron County Commissioners.
Council discussed applying for Grant to curb and gutter two blocks and to seal approximately ten blocks with oil and rock.
In the Utility Meeting Natural Gas Prices were discussed but no action was taken at this time. Prices have been about the same as last month.
Council voted to donate to the annual Senior Citizens Christmas dinner and to purchase Candy and Fruit for the treat Sacks for the Christmas Program. Also to purchase Turkeys or Hams for the City employees for Christmas..
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