COVID-19 Report July 13, 2020

As of today, there are 20,745 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma. This is an increase of 492 cases since yesterday, an increase of 2.4%

There are 424 deaths in the state. This is an increase of 2 since yesterday, an increase of .5%.

In Creek County there have been 217 cases. This is an increase of 5 since yesterday, an increase of 2.4%.

In Creek County there have been 8 deaths. This is no change since yesterday.

In Payne County there have been 481 cases. This is an increase of 1 since yesterday, an increase of .2%

In Payne County there has been two deaths. This is an increase of 100% since yesterday.

Here’s the link to see results by city:

https://looker-dashboards.ok.gov/embed/dashboards/79

COVID-19 Report July 10, 2020

As of today, there are 19,092 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma. This is an increase of 596 cases since yesterday, an increase of 3.2%

There are 416 deaths in the state. This is an increase of 6 since yesterday, an increase of 1.5%.

In Creek County there have been 204 cases. This is an increase of 3 since yesterday, an increase of 1.5%.

In Creek County there have been 7 deaths. This is no change since yesterday.

In Payne County there have been 476 cases.

In Payne County there has been one death. This is no change since yesterday.

Here’s the link to see results by city:

https://looker-dashboards.ok.gov/embed/dashboards/79

City Commission Meeting – July 13, 2020

Commission Meeting
Video Conference

Monday, July 13, 2020 7:00 p.m.
*Important Notice* This meeting will be conducted via videoconferencing. The meeting will be utilizing the Zoom videoconference platform that will go live approximately five minutes before the scheduled meeting time. You can join the meeting at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87953160243?pwd=UHdPQmlWdndBMms1dEkvUDc0N1lOdz09
Meeting ID: 879 5316 0243
Password: Citizens are asked to please contact city hall so we know how many people to expect.
*Notice Regarding Public Comment* There are no public hearings requiring public comment. All residents viewing the meeting will be muted and asked to stay muted so there is not a lot of noise interference.

Regular Meeting
AGENDA

Call to order – Mayor Deborah Bright
1. Discussion and possible action to approve the minutes from the June 8, 2020 Regular meeting and the June 26, 2020 special meeting.

2. Discussion and possible action to approve $700 in fireworks donations received and any fireworks donations received in the next 30 days.

3. Discussion and possible action to trade in two (2) 2017 Kubota mowers for $6,000 each and purchase two (2) 2020 Kubota mowers for $14,377.65 each for a total purchase after service and handling of $16,913.30.

4. Discussion and possible action to replace the computers at City Hall in the amount of $14,028.60.

5. Discussion and possible action to approve a budget amendment to transfer $50,000 from Drumright Gas Authority to the General Fund rather than from the Drumright Utility Trust.

6. City Financial Report. – Discussion and possible action to approve.

7. City Manager Report.

8. Mayor’s Report.

9. Approval of Claims.

10. Adjournment.

Drumright Gas Authority Meeting
Video Conference

Monday, July 13, 2020 7:05 p.m.
*Important Notice* This meeting will be conducted via videoconferencing. The meeting will be utilizing the Zoom videoconference platform that will go live approximately five minutes before the scheduled meeting time. You can join the meeting at:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87953160243?pwd=UHdPQmlWdndBMms1dEkvUDc0N1lOdz09
Meeting ID: 879 5316 0243
Password: Please contact city hall so we know how many people to expect.
*Notice Regarding Public Comment* There are no public hearings requiring public comment. All residents viewing the meeting will be muted and asked to stay muted so there is not a lot of noise interference.
Regular Meeting
AGENDA
Call to order – Chairman Bright

1. Discussion and possible action to approve the minutes from the June 8, 2020 regular meeting.

2. Discussion and possible action to approve a budget amendment to transfer $50,000 from Drumright Gas Authority to the General Fund rather than from the Drumright Utility Trust.

3. Discussion and possible action to approve claims.

4. Adjourn.

Drumright Utility Trust Meeting
Video Conference

Monday, July 13, 2020 7:06 p.m.
*Important Notice* This meeting will be conducted via videoconferencing. The meeting will be utilizing the Zoom videoconference platform that will go live approximately five minutes before the scheduled meeting time. You can join the meeting at:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87953160243?pwd=UHdPQmlWdndBMms1dEkvUDc0N1lOdz09
Meeting ID: 879 5316 0243
Password: Please contact city hall so we know how many people to expect.
*Notice Regarding Public Comment* There are no public hearings requiring public comment. All residents viewing the meeting will be muted and asked to stay muted so there is not a lot of noise interference.
Regular Meeting
AGENDA

Call to order – Chairman Bright
1. Discussion and possible action to approve the minutes from the June 8, 2020 regular meeting.

2. Discussion and possible action to approve a budget amendment to transfer $50,000 from Drumright Gas Authority to the General Fund rather than from the Drumright Utility Trust.

3. Discussion and possible action to approve repairs to the Aaron Well in the amount of $23,580.

4. Discussion and possible action to approve claims.

5. Adjourn.

COVID-19 Update July 9, 2020

As of this advisory, there are 18,496 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma. This is an increase of 603 cases since yesterday, an increase of 3.4%

There are 410 deaths in the state. This is an increase of 3 since yesterday, an increase of .7%.

In Creek County there have been 201 cases. This is an increase of 7 since yesterday, an increase of 3.6%.

In Creek County there have been 7 deaths. This is no change since yesterday.

In Payne County there have been 485 cases. This is an increase of 30 since yesterday, an increase of 6.6%.

In Payne County there has been one death. This is no change since yesterday.

Here is the link to see results by city:

https://looker-dashboards.ok.gov/embed/dashboards/79

COVID-19 Update July 8, 2020

As of this advisory, there are 17,893 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma. This is an increase of 673 cases since yesterday, an increase of 3.9%

There are 407 deaths in the state. This is an increase of 3 since yesterday, an increase of .7%.

In Creek County there have been 194 cases. This is an increase of 9 since yesterday, an increase of 4.9%.

In Creek County there have been 7 deaths. This is no change since yesterday.

In Payne County there have been 455 cases. This is an increase of 3 since yesterday, an increase of .7%.

In Payne County there has been one death. This is no change since yesterday.

Here is the link to see results by city:

https://looker-dashboards.ok.gov/embed/dashboards/79

COVID-19 Report July 7, 2020

As of this advisory, there are 17,220 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma. This is an increase of 858 cases since yesterday, an increase of 5.2%

There are 404 deaths in the state. This is an increase of 5 since yesterday, an increase of 1.3%.

In Creek County there have been 185 cases. This is an increase of 10 since yesterday, an increase of 5.7%.

In Creek County there have been 7 deaths. This is no change since yesterday.

In Payne County there have been 452 cases. This is an increase of 14 since yesterday, an increase of 3.2%.

In Payne County there has been one death. This is no change since yesterday.

Here is the link to see results by city:

https://looker-dashboards.ok.gov/embed/dashboards/79

COVID-19 UPDATE: Monday July 6, 2020

As of this advisory, there are 16,362 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma. This is an increase of 434 cases since yesterday, an increase of 2.7%

There are 399 deaths in the state. This is an increase of 1 since yesterday, an increase of .3%.

In Creek County there have been 175 cases.

In Creek County there have been 7 deaths. This is no change since yesterday.

In Payne County there have been 438 cases.

In Payne County there has been one death. This is no change since yesterday.

Here is the link to see results by city:

https://looker-dashboards.ok.gov/embed/dashboards/79

COVID-19 July 1, 2020

COVID-19 UPDATE: Wednesday July 1, 2020

As of this advisory, there are 14,112 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma. This is an increase of 355 cases since yesterday, an increase of 2.6%

There are 389 deaths in the state. This is an increase of 2 since yesterday, an increase of .5%. Neither death occurred in the last 24 hours.

In Creek County there have been 147 cases. This is an increase of 3 since yesterday, which is an increase of 2.1%

In Creek County there have been 7 deaths. This is no change since yesterday.

In Payne County there have been 387 cases. This is an increase of 5 cases since yesterday, an increase of 1.3%

In Payne County there has been one death. This is no change since yesterday.

Here is the link to see results by city:

https://looker-dashboards.ok.gov/embed/dashboards/79

Covid-19 Report July 2, 2020

COVID-19 UPDATE: Thursday July 2, 2020

As of this advisory, there are 14,539 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma. This is an increase of 427 cases since yesterday, an increase of 3%

There are 395 deaths in the state. This is an increase of 6 since yesterday, an increase of 1.5%.

In Creek County there have been 151 cases. This is an increase of 4 since yesterday, which is an increase of 2.7%

In Creek County there have been 7 deaths. This is no change since yesterday.

In Payne County there have been 398 cases. This is an increase of 11 cases since yesterday, an increase of 2.8%

In Payne County there has been one death. This is no change since yesterday.

Here is the link to see results by city:

https://looker-dashboards.ok.gov/embed/dashboards/79

Solcitiing Bids for Generators

The City of Drumright is currently accepting closed bids until noon on Friday, July 24th for the purchase and installation of three (3) new emergency generators at two city water wells and a pump station. Bids are to be sent or brought to City Hall, 122 W Broadway St Drumright OK 74030. Preferred generators are two 45 KW generators (277/480 volts, 3 Phase, 60HZ, LP Fueled with upsized Alternator Package) and a 100 KW Generator (also 277/480 volts, 3 Phase, 60 HZ, LP fueled). The locations the generators must be placed at are the well and pumphouse at GPS N 035 57.671, W 096 35.995 and the well at GPS N 035 57.320, W 096 36.347 . A concrete pad will be provided for each generator. Bids will be opened at noon on July 24th. Please call City Manager Mark Whinnery at 918-352-2631 extension 15 with any questions or for more details.