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Courthouse to have limited access

Access to offices in the Okmulgee County Courthouse is now very limited.

Following Monday’s meeting of the Okmulgee County Board of Commissioners, the changes were instituted as of noon.

The county is asking for patience and assistance from citizens during the COVID-19 pandemic.

In keeping with CDC's guidelines, residents are asked, if at all possible, to conduct business by phone or internet with court house offices.

Anyone with business that must be conducted in person and can not be handled by phone or internet, can enter the building, with the following stipulations:

•Only the person that must transact the business can enter the building. No other persons will be allowed into the courthouse.

•Temperatures will be taken of all who enter the courthouse. If your temperature is above 99.9, you will denied access.

•If you do not have business that must be conducted in the courthouse, no entrance will be allowed.

The Okmulgee County Courthouse website is www.okmulgeecounty.net

The commissioners remind everyone to follow the CDC and Oklahoma State Department of Health COVID-19 guidelines:

•Stay home and avoid groups of 10 or more people.

•Avoid eating or drinking at bars, restaurants, and food courts. Instead use drive-thru, pickup, or delivery options.

•Avoid discretionary travel, gyms, social visits, and shopping trips.

•Do not visit nursing homes, retirement or long-term care facilities.

The following agenda items were approved during the session:

•Officers Report - Election Board, February, $3624.39

•Blanket Purchase Orders - District 3, Autozone, $250; S&H Auto Care, District 1, $1000; District 3, Unifirst Holdings, $700; Emergency Management, Comdata for Fuel, $500; Preston Volunteer Fire Department to Winslow Township Fire District for $29,999.

•Employee Acknowledgement Forms: Daniel Artussee, District 3, fulltime; Ethan Weston, District 1, employment ceased; Kara Alexander, District 1, employment ceased; Jabe Guevin, District 1, full-time; Virgil Johnson, 911 Communications, employment ceased.

•Utility Permits - District 3 with Rural Water District 4 at 20270 Highway 52 for water line bore; Beggs Telephone, District 1, 180 Road and Happy Camp; Fig Road, Banyan Road,

•Award bid #1 to Summit Truck Group for a lease purchase of a 2013 semi-tractor truck for District 3 for $46,138.27.

•Lease purchase agreement for Beggs Rural Fire Department for 2020 Chevy Silverado

•Detention Transportation Claim - To OJA from the Sheriff ’s Department for juvenile transportation for $420.47.

Helpful numbers for the Okmulgee County Courthouse/County Offices:

Okmulgee County

Commissioners

918-756-3836

Okmulgee County Clerk

918-756-0788

Okmulgee County Treasurer

918-756-3848

Okmulgee County Assessor

918-758-0303 Okmulgee County Court Clerk

918-756-3042 Okmulgee County Drug Court

918-758-1272

Okmulgee County Election Board

918-756-2365

Okmulgee County District Attorney

918-752-2939

Okmulgee County Anna McBride Mental Health Court

918-758-1212

Associate District Judge C. Pickering

918-756-1835

Special Judge Pandee Ramirez

918-756-0672

Okmulgee County D.A. Probation

918-758-1218

Okmulgee County Sheriff

918-756-4311

Okmulgee County Extension Office

918-756-1958

Okmulgee Times

320 W. 6th
Okmulgee, OK 74447
PH: (918) 756-3600
FAX: (918) 756-8197