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Several Comanche County employees were honored Monday for their excellent safety records during the regular weekly meeting of the Comanche County commissioners.
The commissioners gave out the annual safety awards to employees with five years and 10 years of incident-free employment.
Employees honored for five safe years were Thomas Brown, Tami Greene, John Kinzer and Bryan Silkey. Employees honored for 10 safe years were Roy Bryant and Dale McIver.
In other business, the commissioners approved a $47,053 contract with Cobb Engineering to begin rightof-way roadway design plans for the second phase of the West 112th Street reconstruction. The joint project between the county and the City of Lawton will expand and improve 112th Street between Cache Road and West Lee Boulevard. Phase II of the project will begin after routine approval from the Oklahoma Department of Transportation is received.
The commissioners also approved selling three older John Deere 772G motor graders at online auction through Iron Planet Inc. Iron Planet Inc. was the highest bidder for the sale of the three graders. The company guaranteed the county minimum bids at auction that were higher than all other bids.
In a related decision, the commissioners approved the lease-purchase of two 2013 Volvo G946B motor graders at $1,604 each per month for three years. The graders will be used by the Eastern District.
The commissioners also voted to move two regular meetings because of scheduling conflicts. The meeting scheduled for Monday will be at 9 a.m. Tuesday instead, in Room 304 of the Comanche County Courthouse.
The meeting scheduled for Oct. 28 will be at 9 a.m. Oct. 29 instead.
Comanche County is now acceping applications for the position of Bookkeeping/Payroll in the County Clerk's office.
Accounting and payroll expereince preferred. Applicant must have a working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel. Must be motivated and efficient. Pre-employment drug screen is required. Salary based on knowledge, skills and experience.
No phone calls.
Applications are available under the "apply for a job" tab, or can be picked up at the Comanche County Court Clerk's Office, Carrie Tubbs, Comanche County Courthouse, 315 SW 5th Street, 3rd Floor, Room 304, Lawton.
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