In the final meeting for fiscal year 2023, the Sequoyah County Commissioners renewed agreements with area agencies and transferred funds within county accounts to round out the year.
The commissioners approved transferring appropriations of almost $11,000 — “just moving money; end of the year, making sure everybody gets paid and all bills are paid” — within the county assessor’s office from:
• Assessor Visual Inspection miscellaneous to Visual Inspection Personal Service ($4,440)
• Assessor Visual Inspection travel to Visual Inspection Management and Operating ($600)
• Assessor Visual Inspection travel to Visual Inspection Personal Service ($5,900) The commissioners also approved an annual cooperative agreement by and between the commissioners and USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services Wildlife Services, as well as a detention services agreement with ROCMND Area Youth Services.
The commissioners approved a resolution renewing its workman’s compensation insurance for 2023-24 with the Association of County Commissioners of Oklahoma-Self Insured Fund at a cost of $180,758, which will be paid in two payments.
The commissioners also approved Sequoyah County Emergency Management’s request to apply for a Cherokee Nation Public Safety Partners grant in the amount of $50,000.
The board also approved the purchase of a Kubota tractor for District 1.
The next meeting of the commissioners is 10 a.m. Monday at the Sequoyah County Courthouse.