The Okmulgee County Commissioners heard from Josh Fugate of Orion Security Solutions and Tom McDermott from CEIA, a designer and manufacturer of electromagnetic inspection equipment, during their meeting Monday. Commissioner Erik Zoellner touted the technology at previous meetings, and invited local schools and law enforcement entities to the informational meeting at OSUIT.
“We’re not here to sell anything. It’s just to educate you and answer all your questions,” McDermott said before going through a number of slides, explaining the levels of detection provided by the device – from pocket knives to “mass casualty” devices.
— Approved at the meeting:
• Allocations of both the Alcoholic Beverage Tax and Motor Vehicle Tax — Officers Reports
• Election board’s December report —
Blanket Purchase Orders
• General Government: COMDATA for fuel as needed (no dollar amount stated).
• District 2: Autozone for $200, O’Reilly’s for $200
• Nuyaka – S&H Auto for $250, RPI for $1,000 — Employee Forms
• One requisitioning and receiving officer form for Beggs Rural Fire Department
• One requisitioning and receiving officer form for Beggs City Fire – The board tabled any discussion or action regarding the health departments remodeling project until next week’s meetings.