County Commissioners offer reward for bridge graffiti culprit

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The Payne County Commissioners learned Monday that someone painted graffiti on a county bridge, and a reward is being offered to help lead to the arrest and conviction of the person who committed the damage.

“We are offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever painted the swastika on the Dunkin Road bridge,” said District 1 Commissioner Zach Cavett.

In other matters, the Commissioners approved a request for a determination for the proposed operation of the Recycling of Stillwater Transfer Station for SCS Engineers; a contract between the Payne County Commissioners and Derek’s Lawn and Tree Service, Inc.; agreement approval between the Payne County Commissioners and the County Assessor for Payne County and Tisdale and O’Hara, PLLC; a contract approval between the Payne County Assessor’s office, a political subdivision of the State of Oklahoma, by and through its Board of County Commissioners and Total Assessment Solutions Corp.; contract approval with Central Lawn and Landscape, LLC.

The Commissioners tabled an agreement to maintain streets and alleys for the Town of Ripley.