The agenda for the next regularly scheduled meeting of the Woodward County Commissioners has several resolutions, one discussion, a pipeline crossing, a retirement and some sealed bids.

Commissioners meet Monday at 10 a.m. in the courthouse.

Renae Ehler and Ty Lawson with American Trustee, Inc. will be at the meeting to discuss supplemental insurance for county employees.

Commissioners will consider a retirement letter from Sonya Coleman asking them to appoint Kim Bowers, Treasurer Elect, to fill out the unexpired term of office as County Treasurer.

Commissioners will consider approving Circuit Engineering District Auction Policies. They will also consider appointing Requisition and or Receiving Agents for District 3.

Resolutions are to be considered for declaration of surplus and submit to district auction of several pieces of equipment; a 2012 and a 2013 Chevrolet Tahoe and a 2001 Chevrolet Pickup for the Sheriff’s office, a 1999 fire prevention Scotty Trailer, and a grill guard for a 2005 Chevrolet pickup for District 3. Commissioners will also consider a resolution for disposing of a John Deere Wheel Loader for District 1.

Another resolution is for commissioners to join the State Purchase Card Program. Commissioners are then to discuss the program and consider action for designating cardholders.

Commissioners will also consider the application for permit for public service pipeline crossing from Northwestern Electric Cooperative, Inc. for an electricity power line in District 2 section 25.

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The Woodward Board of Education is scheduled to meet Monday evening in the administration building at 6 p.m.

Michelle McDonald will introduce the 2019 Teacher of the Year nominees followed by an OPPA update from Assistant Superintendent Angela Rhoades. Superintendent Kyle Reynolds will give his report before the board takes action on the consent agenda.

The $5,000 National Board Certified stipends for the 2018-2019 school year will be presented for the board to vote on.

The board will take action on a request for approval of State Aid and/or Federal Fund for the General Fund before moving on to vote on CORE Math Credits through High Plains Technology Center’s Industry Certification Programs for 2018-2019.