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Hamilton Burger

Stillwater, OK

#21 Jun 28, 2012
Tax dollars at work wrote:
I am now conducting an investigation on this topics page I have located your IP addresses and I am going straight to the sources for prosecution in reference to the slandering and falsification about Jimmy Long and Dale Jackson. You all will be hearing from me soon.
LOL.....
Kreiger

Shreveport, LA

#22 Jul 8, 2012
I do not know what is up with Jimmy now, but let me say that me and my family have known the Long family for many decades. My father went to school with him. I spent many an hour hanging out at his shop. Jimmy Sr. was the most charitable person in town, and would go out of his way to get you on your way. My experience has convinced me that this is something that he definitely passed along to the rest of the family. He will be missed.

I had a truck that needed a transmission rebuilt and tried to drive it to the shop, but ended up 80 miles short. Within 2 hours Jimmy Sr. showed up and hooked up a chain and towed me the rest of the way and refused to charge for the tow. He had the transmission out, rebuilt with a new converter, put back in in less then an hour. It was amazing to watch. I cannot look at Chevrolet now without thinking of him, although I detest GM now.

I worked for Jimmy Jr. when I was still in high school and he gave me some skills that led me to a career that I am going to be retiring from in a few short years. I am looking forward to moving back to the area when that occurs.

By now some should know who I am, but please keep it under your hat, because I do not want to be involved in the 'local politics'.
Kreiger

Shreveport, LA

#23 Jul 8, 2012
I should have typed that "my father went to school with Jimmy Long Sr."

Since: Jun 11

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#24 Sep 13, 2012
This is interesting. They just audited Push County. It appears some were double dipping on there travel allowance, driving a County vehicle and getting $600 a month to drive there personal vehicle. The audit also revealed that the County is not in compliance with some state statues. Here is the audit in it's entirety. http://www.sai.state.ok.us/Search%20Reports/d...



Finding: Officers' Travel Allowance

Condition: Prior to January 2006. County officials were receiving a monthly travel allowance, but taxes were not being withheld. On January 23, 2006, the County passed a resolution to include travel allowance in with their salaries, which states:

• Pursuant to IRS Regulations regarding taxing monthly mileage for officials, the Board of County Commissioners of Pushmataha County and all Officials of Pushmataha County vote to combine the mileage with salaries.

After the resolution was passed, all officials' salaries were increased by $600, which was the allowable travel allowance for the Commissioners and Sheriff and $200 and $300 more than allowed by statute for the Assessor and County Clerk, Treasurer, and Court Clerk, respectively.

During discussion with County officials, it was determined that the resolution passed by the Board of County Commissioners on January 23, 2006, eliminated the travel allowance for elected officials, but in turn gave each officer a pay raise.

On June 4, 2007, the Assistant District Attorney issued an opinion to Commissioner Jimmy Long, stating that a County Commissioner who was not receiving a travel allowance may drive a county-owned vehicle.

The minutes of Board of County Commissioners Meeting June 11, 2007, state:

"Jimmy also stated that he had a letter from the Assistant District Attorney in the letter Larry Grant gave the Attorney General’s opinion that if a commissioner or sheriff does not draw a monthly mileage check that they could legally drive a county vehicle."

The minutes of Board of County Commissioners Meeting December 31, 2007, state:

"Under unfinished business, monthly mileage for County Officials was discussed; none of Pushmataha County’s elected officials receive mileage."PUSHMATAHA COUNTY OPERATIONAL AUDIT 14

After the resolution was passed, District 3 Commissioner and the Sheriff continued to drive county-owned vehicles. The current Commissioners and Sheriff signed a questionnaire stating they do drive a county-owned vehicle.

We found no Board action resending the resolution dated January 23, 2006, or reinstating the travel allowance for County officers.

Cause of Condition: There was no formal Board action allowing officers to receive a monthly travel allowance or drive a county-owned vehicle in lieu of the monthly allowance.

Effect of Condition: This condition resulted in the unauthorized receipt of benefits or use of county-owned vehicles.



Criteria: 19 O.S.§ 165 A. outlines the monthly travel allowance in lieu of reimbursements. Further, 1999 OK AG 68 states in part, "Both the monthly travel allowances of Section 165 and the use of a county-owned vehicle under Section 19 O.S. 180.43(C) are "in lieu of" receiving a mileage reimbursement under Section 164. The use of a county-owned vehicle is also "in lieu of" the Section 165 monthly travel allowance."
Clayton

United States

#25 Sep 19, 2012
The secretary drives a county vehicle home every night!
well

United States

#26 Sep 21, 2012
Clayton wrote:
The secretary drives a county vehicle home every night!
Are they gonna have to pay this money back to the tax payers?

Since: Jun 11

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#27 Oct 31, 2012
Another investigation involving Push County Commissioner Jimmy Long.

Jimmy Long, Pushmataha County Commissioner - District 3, was the owner of Clayton Fuels at the time of the school’s winter 2011-12 bid solicitation. Clayton Fuels had held the propane contract with the school for the three previous years, the first two while owned or part owned by Dale Jackson, and the third while owned by Jimmy Long. Long was also in negotiations with McCraw Oil to sell Clayton Fuels to McCraw Oil, a sale that was finalized in January 2012.
According to witnesses, Long was upset, because Clayton Fuels lost the September 12 bid. Brian Schumann, the Board president, indicated Long was upset when Long came to his residence after the school board meeting. Supposedly, Long had spoken with school board members LeeAnna Martin and Pam Jackson about calling a special school board meeting to change the vote. Schumann claimed Long told him (Schumann) that he would be the swing vote to change the propane contract award.

Schumann stated when he told Long that he was not going to call for a special school board meeting, Long said, "It would be the biggest mistake you ever made in your life." Schumann asked why. Long replied, "Well, you won't work for the county again." Long also said, according to Schumann, "I (Long) won't do anymore work for the school. You won't have a job again for the county."

Link to complete report.

http://www.sai.state.ok.us/Search%20Reports/d...
CheezeWhiz

Talihina, OK

#28 Nov 5, 2012
#1 You haven't located anyones ip address.
#2 The people that own the site in Palo Alto, California would just laugh at you.
#3 Good luck getting a court subpoena.
Imagine going to a judge trying to get a court order (which you need to get records from a site) on the grounds that someone 'talked **** on the internets' lolololol
#4 The FBI would have to conduct the investigation.
Tax dollars at work wrote:
I am now conducting an investigation on this topics page I have located your IP addresses and I am going straight to the sources for prosecution in reference to the slandering and falsification about Jimmy Long and Dale Jackson. You all will be hearing from me soon.
haha

Clayton, OK

#29 Nov 5, 2012
Brian schumann is gay hey schumannater fans why not back off and leave jimmy and dale alone are yall scared he'll burn your stuff down too

Since: Jun 11

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#30 Feb 4, 2013
Stop corruption wrote:
Another investigation involving Push County Commissioner Jimmy Long.
Jimmy Long, Pushmataha County Commissioner - District 3, was the owner of Clayton Fuels at the time of the school’s winter 2011-12 bid solicitation. Clayton Fuels had held the propane contract with the school for the three previous years, the first two while owned or part owned by Dale Jackson, and the third while owned by Jimmy Long. Long was also in negotiations with McCraw Oil to sell Clayton Fuels to McCraw Oil, a sale that was finalized in January 2012.
According to witnesses, Long was upset, because Clayton Fuels lost the September 12 bid. Brian Schumann, the Board president, indicated Long was upset when Long came to his residence after the school board meeting. Supposedly, Long had spoken with school board members LeeAnna Martin and Pam Jackson about calling a special school board meeting to change the vote. Schumann claimed Long told him (Schumann) that he would be the swing vote to change the propane contract award.
Schumann stated when he told Long that he was not going to call for a special school board meeting, Long said, "It would be the biggest mistake you ever made in your life." Schumann asked why. Long replied, "Well, you won't work for the county again." Long also said, according to Schumann, "I (Long) won't do anymore work for the school. You won't have a job again for the county."
Link to complete report.
http://www.sai.state.ok.us/Search%20Reports/d...
This is a interesting development. Protective order?

http://www.oscn.net/applications/oscn/GetCase...
Starightup

Fort Smith, AR

#31 Feb 5, 2013
Well duh
Sad

Fort Smith, AR

#32 Feb 5, 2013
I wanna see.
I wonder

Arlington, TX

#33 Sep 13, 2013
Another investigation involving Push County Commissioner Jimmy Long.
Jimmy Long, Pushmataha County Commissioner - District 3, was the owner of Clayton Fuels at the time of the school’s winter 2011-12 bid solicitation. Clayton Fuels had held the propane contract with the school for the three previous years, the first two while owned or part owned by Dale Jackson, and the third while owned by Jimmy Long. Long was also in negotiations with McCraw Oil to sell Clayton Fuels to McCraw Oil, a sale that was finalized in January 2012.
According to witnesses, Long was upset, because Clayton Fuels lost the September 12 bid. Brian Schumann, the Board president, indicated Long was upset when Long came to his residence after the school board meeting. Supposedly, Long had spoken with school board members LeeAnna Martin and Pam Jackson about calling a special school board meeting to change the vote. Schumann claimed Long told him (Schumann) that he would be the swing vote to change the propane contract award.
Schumann stated when he told Long that he was not going to call for a special school board meeting, Long said, "It would be the biggest mistake you ever made in your life." Schumann asked why. Long replied, "Well, you won't work for the county again." Long also said, according to Schumann, "I (Long) won't do anymore work for the school. You won't have a job again for the county."
Link to complete report.
http://www.sai.state.ok.us/Search%20Reports/d ...
This is a interesting development. Protective order?

http://www.oscn.net/applications/oscn/GetCase ...

http://www.kten.com/story/23281763/family-bus...

I wonder if this news story ties in with the propane contract investigation.

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