Action may be taken on a lawsuit against the Board of Garfield County Commissioners following an executive session during a meeting today.

According to the petition filed in Garfield County District Court on Oct. 25, 2007, Randy Coleman, a former employee of the Garfield County Sheriff’s Department, claims he was wrongfully terminated.

In other business, the board is expected to hold a conference call with Doug Allen, of Marstel-Day, to discuss an encroachment study with Vance Air Force Base.

District 3 Commissioner James Simunek said he was contacted about getting feedback from the commissioners.

“Just to see how Vance affects the Enid area, and the county area and the roads,” Simunek said.

Other items on the meeting agenda include:

• Road crossing applications for Sandridge E&P, Devon Energy, HS Field Services, Select Energy, Poly Pipe and Plymouth.

• Discussion and possible action on a county cellphone plan.

• Consideration of resolutions determining maximum monthly highway expenditures.

• Consideration of monthly reports from county offices.

• Possible action on a detention services agreement with the Sac and Fox Nation.

• Consideration of a school contract with Garfield County Juvenile Detention Center.

• Possible action on purchase orders and claims, blanket purchase orders and blanket purchase orders exceeding the encumbered amount.

The public meeting will be held at 9 a.m. in the County Clerk’s Office, Room 103, at the Garfield County Court House, located at 114 W. Broadway.

React to this story:


Trending Video

Recommended for you