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Guymon City Council met Thursday to discuss different topics, made up of mostly bid discussions for different projects throughout the City.
First up for discussion was discussion and possible action on accepting bids for a Network Connectivity System for the City buildings.
Travis Clark from PTCI was present to answer various questions they had regarding extra costs and costs of adding extra buildings in the future to the network, and other details that he and Guymon IT Administrator Jim Andrews agreed to work out and present to the council.
That item on the agenda was tabled until next meeting.
They also discussed and took action on accepting bids for networking equipment, in which the council discussed bids by PTSI and Chickasaw Telecom, Inc.
Council decided to go with Chickasaw Telecom, Inc. with the low bid of $26,371 in comparison to PTSIâ€™s bid of $33,921.
After viewing different bids by three companies, council accepted the bid for new and unused trash truck with refuse body from Freightliner of Liberal with the bid of $154,077 for a 2014 model M2-106 truck.
After discussion with Public Works Director Ivan Clark over different hits and misses with the City of Guymon roads in comparison to those of surrounding cities, Council authorized for advertising for bids on the Seal Coat Project for the Street Department.
Council also approved Behne Constructionâ€™s application for Payment No. 3 and 4 for a total of $114,266.85 for asphalt paving of Industrial Park access and approved payment requisitions for the Library, Fire Station, and Animal Shelter on invoice for Rafter 5 Enterprise LLC in the amount of $4,250.