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Ray Vaughn Oklahoma County Commissioner. County Publication Requirements. Type 1: Ultimately Reimbursed: Publication of notices that are ultimately repaid to the County when the bill is paid or the property is sold. Type 2: Never Reimbursed: Publication of minutes and notices. Two Types.

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Ray Vaughn

Oklahoma County Commissioner

County Publication Requirements

two types

Type 1: Ultimately Reimbursed: Publication of notices that are ultimately repaid to the County when the bill is paid or the property is sold.

  • Type 2: Never Reimbursed: Publication of minutes and notices.
Two Types
type 1 treasurer publication requirements

Delinquent Personal Property Tax:

    • 4,836 accounts published
    • Cost of publication--$12,169.45
  • Resale Publication
    • 995 accounts published
    • Cost of publication--$37, 396.80
  • September Publication
    • 15,545 accounts published
    • Cost of Publication--$206,374.50
Type 1: Treasurer Publication Requirements
county collection process

Original statement mailed -- October 2006.

  • Delinquent statement mailed—July 2007.
  • Published delinquents – September 2007 ($220,112)
  • Mailed 2007 tax with delinquent notice – October 2007.
  • Mailed delinquent statements – July 2008.
  • Published delinquents – September 2008 ($225,521)
  • Mailed 2008 with delinquent notice – October 2008
  • Delinquent statement mailed – July 2009
  • Published delinquents – September 2009 ($276,512)
  • Mailed 2009 with delinquent notice -- October 2009
County Collection Process
county collection process1

Delinquent statement mailed—July 2010.

  • Published delinquents – September 2010 ($285,763)
  • Mailed 2010 tax with delinquent notice – October 2010.
  • Mailed delinquent statements – July 2011.
  • Published delinquents – September 2011 ($206,375)
  • Totals:
    • Number of personalized mailings: 10
    • Number of published notices: 5
    • Total cost of publications in collection cycle: $1,214,283
    • 237 properties sold at County Resale Auction.
County Collection Process
type 2 meeting minutes and notices

Board of County Commissioners:

    • Minutes of public meetings must be published in a legal newspaper
    • Minutes contain all actions taken on the posted agenda which are mostly routine business items.
    • The cost to Oklahoma County of publishing BOCC minutes averages $40,000 per year.
Type 2: Meeting Minutes and Notices
oklahoma county bocc meeting may 25 2011

Minutes were 82 pages containing 28,749 words.

    • 77 pages dealt with inventory—disposing of antiquated equipment or transferring equipment between County departments.
    • Example: “One (1) Craftsman Table Saw, C/N B425-00002, S/N 89298P1051, model no. 29884, acquired March 9, 1990, from Sears MWC OK, for $499.88.
    • The cost to Oklahoma County for publishing the minutes to this meeting was $4,312.35.
Oklahoma County BOCC Meeting May 25, 2011
contact
Ray Vaughn (405) 713-1503

[email protected]

www.oklahomacounty.org/district3/

320 Robert S. Kerr, Rm. 621 (6th Floor)

Oklahoma City, OK 73102

Contact

Ray Vaughn

Oklahoma County Commissioner

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