The Cherokee County Board of Commissioners gave approval at a June 3 meeting for road improvement money of $605,075 from Cherokee Nation.
District 1 Commissioner Doug Hubbard said the tribe's giving funds for such projects is a "normal."
"The Nation had given us the last year, a various sum of money, and it looks like this year is a bigger sum of money," said Hubbard.
District 3 Commissioner Clif Hall's request to restrict funds from ST4 matching account for Cherokee Road to be matched with funds from Tenkiller Harbor Home Owners Association was approved.
"This is a road that we prepped it all and got it ready last year and let it sit. It's ready to be blacktopped," said Hall. "It's one they pick out and we do the match with them."
The treasurer's officer was granted approval to sell county property in Green Valley Estates addition to CKP3 LLC.
"It was county owned property and they came in and bid on 25 lots, and they were going to bid on them all until they saw how much was owed on them," said Cherokee County Treasurer Patsy Stafford. "So they are doing 12 at a time, and this is the first."
District 2 Commissioner Mike Brown's request for an application on road improvement funds from Cherokee Nation in the amount of $49,233.12 to repair Fred Smith Road and 740 Road was approved.
Commissioners also gave the nod to a $173,828 worker's compensation insurance quote renewal for fiscal year 2019-2020. That is due by July 31.
Approval of a juvenile detention/transportation claim of $1,367.55 was granted.
Approval of all claims, purchase orders, blanket POs, appropriations and transfers were voted in by the commissioners.
District 2 Commissioner Mike Brown was absent.
The next meeting, is June 12 at 9 a.m. in the Cherokee County Courthouse.