The county will soon be undergoing a routine audit.
County commissioners are slated to hold an audit entry conference and sign an audit engagement letter during their regular meeting at 10 a.m. Monday in the Woodward County Courthouse.
Wendy Dunlap, county purchasing agent, said the agenda item is a preliminary step to the county's regular audit by the State Auditor's office.
Once the engagement letter is signed, "They'll let us know when they're going to start," which should be soon, Dunlap said.
Also on Monday, county commissioners will discuss a request from La Rita Mason for a change of zoning classification of property in District No. 3 located in the Southwest quarter of Section 22-T23N-21WIM, which is near Western Avenue and Highway 270.
"It's on the east side of 270 on the curve where the oil well is. If you go down by the old dog pound and old dump it'll be on the right hand side," District No. 3 commissioner Vernie Matt said.
Matt said the request is to go from an agriculture classification to an industrial classification.
"Maybe they can sell it to someone in an oil field or industrial (trade)," he said regarding the rezoning.
Commissioners also have resolutions to dispose of more equipment and consign it to the statewide auction in Elk City. In District No. 2, equipment up for disposal includes a dual-wheel dolly for over the road trucks.
In District No. 3, equipment includes a 2003 John Deere brush beater.
The county agenda also includes opening bids for road materials. These are routine bids taken every 6 months for the all of the highways in the county.