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January 27, 2013

County to open bids

Woodward, Okla. — County commissioners will be considering several bids at the next county meeting at 10 a.m. Monday in the courthouse.

The first 2 bids are for 6-month supply contracts for road materials and tires for all highway districts.

"These are routine bids we do every 6 months. The road materials are just for repairs and tires are for county vehicles," County Clerk Charolett Waggoner said.

The commissioners will also be considering bids for one or more 3/4-ton regular cab 4WD pickups, as well as one or more 3/4 ton crew cab 4WD pickups.

"District 1 put 2 of their older pickups up for bid in the Elk City auction, so this is to replace them," Waggoner said.  "The bid reads for one or more so that if any of the other districts decide they like the bid and want one as well, they will be able to take the bid too."

The commissioners will also consider action on routine blanket purchase orders.

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