Meeting Minutes: FD Meeting on 7/11/17


DISNEY FIRE DEPARTMENT

322 WEST MAIN          BOX 318          DISNEY, OKLAHOMA

Meeting called to order by Mayor Chris Tuter at 7:00 p.m. on July 11, 2017, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.

Answering roll call:  Mayor Chris Tuter and Trustees Shelly Martin and Mark Despeaux.  Trustees Lisa Cookson and Norma Crockett were absent.  Quorum was declared.  Fire Chief Larry Sanders, Jr., Police Chief Larry Sanders, and Town Clerk Janice Sharp were present.  Visitors signed in were Russ Hogan and Pam Despeaux.                                            

1. Fire Department report for June 2017 was given by Fire Chief Larry Sanders, Jr., reporting 2 medical calls; 2 grassfire calls, 1 motor vehicle accident, 0 trainings, 1 Fire Department meeting, 3 storm watches, and 100 gallons of water used.  Fire Chief Sanders also reported that two of the volunteer firefighters will be attending the structure firefighter training in Langley.

Discussion:  When asked about the proposed Monthly Vehicle Maintenance Checklist form, Fire Chief Sanders said that he thought the form could be used for the Fire Department vehicles.

2. Trustee Martin made a motion, with Mayor Tuter seconding the motion, to approve the Fire Department’s regular session Meeting Minutes of June 13, 2017. Voting:  Tuter, yes; Martin, yes; and Despeaux, yes.  Motion carried.

3. Trustee Martin made a motion, with Mayor Tuter seconding the motion, to accept the quote from Fallout Offroad in the amount of $1,727.50 and approve the building of a bed for the Polaris side-by-side. Voting:  Tuter, yes; Martin, yes; and Despeaux, yes.  Motion carried.

Discussion:  Quote by Fallout Offroad included powder coat, whereas the other two quotes, one from Hooligans Powersports LLC and the other from Jody Tripp, did not include power coat.  Payment to Fallout Offroad will be from the Forestry Services grant funds.

4. Old Business. Fire Chief Sanders reported that he and County Commissioner Ryan Ball had conversed regarding the addition to the fire department building and that he had provided Commissioner Ball with necessary paperwork.  Fire Chief Sanders stated that he expects to find out by next month whether the project will move forward. 

Trustee Martin asked about of the status on the erecting of the training structure project.  Fire Chief Sanders advised that more research was being done on liability and insurance before continuing on with the project.

5. Unforeseen Business. None.

6. Comments from Fire Department Board.  None.

7. Approval of Adjournment. Mayor Tuter made a motion, with Trustee Despeaux seconding the motion, to adjourn the meeting at 7:13 p.m.  Voting:  Tuter, yes; Martin, yes; and Despeaux, yes.  Motion carried.

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Janice Sharp, Town Clerk

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