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The Comanche County commissioners conducted routine business at Monday’s meeting.
The commissioners awarded a bid for the printing of ballots for the Feb. 11, 2014, election to “best bidder,” Royal Printing. The contract was not awarded to the low bidder, Midwest Printing, due to previous problems with Midwest Printing, the commissioners said. The bids were for variable amounts depending on the exact needs at the time of printing.
In other business, the commissioners tabled a “pledge of continued support for economic development activities” sent by the Association of South Central Oklahoma Governments (ASCOG). The commissioners only received the pledge Monday morning and none of the commissioners had read it yet, so they decided to study it first and consider the pledge at a future meeting.
As part of the consent agenda, the commissioners approved the sale of 621 old films, a projector and related items that once belonged to the now-defunct Comanche County Superintendent’s office. Carrie Tubbs, Comanche County Clerk, had been taking phone bids for the items, which included many classic Walt Disney cartoons, since they originally failed to sell during the primary bid process.
Tubbs said the lot as a whole sold for around $2,500. A Lawton store called Antique Adventures purchased about threequarters of the items, with four other buyers getting the rest.
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