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The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 13,000 times in 2014. If it were a … Continue reading
On Monday, December 31st, the Mayes County Commissioners met to discuss Chairman Yoder’s proposition to assess a $300 monthly “Dispatch Fee Tax” on the 12 fire departments served by Mayes County 911. Click the following link to view the video, it’s … Continue reading
The County Commissioners have an Agenda Item 9 for 9:30 am Monday, December 29th. It is entitled “Discussion and proposed action concerning approval of annual dispatch fee for Mayes 911 from Mayes Fire Departments”. Could be the Commissioners didn’t really … Continue reading
Well it’s Election time again. Next Tuesday is the day for November General Elections. Congress is expected to have some turnover from the Obama Backlash, the the Republicans are expected to take control of the Senate according to some of … Continue reading
CodeRED makes a difference during summer 2014. You can download Code Red to any cellphone. Mayes County Emergency Management uses this program for alerts. There is a link to it on the Mayes County Website. CodeRed publishes Amber and Silver … Continue reading
It’s time this matter comes to a close. Attend the meeting August 18th to tell the Comissioners it is time to pay up and end the case!
Today, July 31st., Judge John Kane from Nowata announced his decision. He ruled in favor of Diamond Head, and against the Commissioners. Most county fire departments had reprentatives in attendance. Judge Kane ruled for the plaintiffs, and against the county! … Continue reading