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Operator Board Meetings


2024 Regular Meeting Schedule


  • January 10, 2024
  • February 14, 2024
  • March 13, 2024
  • April 10, 2024
  • May 8, 2024
  • June 12, 2024
  • July 10, 2024
  • August 14, 2024
  • September 11, 2024
  • October 9, 2024
  • November 13, 2024
  • December 11, 2024

Notice of Regular Meeting

Notice of Regular Meeting

July 10, 2024 - 3:30pm
6015 N. Classen Blvd., Building Four, Room 233
Oklahoma City, OK 73118

Agenda


1.      Call to Order.
2.      Announcement concerning public notice – Notice of Meeting Posted December 11, 2023 at 9:43 a.m.; Agenda of Meeting posted at 2:30 pm, on July 9, 2024
3.      Approval of minutes from the June 12, 2024 Regular Meeting.
4.      Service Oklahoma Report.
5.      Discussion and possible action to determine whether to re-open applications for designated Service Oklahoma location in Beaver County, Oklahoma.
6.      Proposed Executive Session to consider confidential licensed operator matters Executive Session authorized by 25 O.S. §307(B)(7).
        a. The following applications for current licensed operators to sell or transfer their existing license will be considered in Executive Session, pursuant to 47 O.S. §1140:

 

Location

Licensed Operator

Applicant

Idabel

Lorie Ann Travis

Amy Hammonds

Norman

Charles Fuson

Anne Clouse

Owasso

Patsy Grimes

Kimberley Anne May

Prague

Roger Pritchett

Megan Hecker

 

7.      Reconvene in Open Session – Discussion and possible action on matters considered during Executive Session
8.      Other business
9.      Adjournment

Past Meeting Minutes

Meeting Minutes

Notice of the Service Oklahoma Operator Board meeting was posted with the Oklahoma Secretary of State on December 11, 2023 and posted on the door of 6015 N. Classen Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73118 on June 11, 2024 at 12:00 pm.
1.    The Service Oklahoma Operator Board meeting was Called to Order at 3:35 pm.
2.    After taking roll of the members present, it was determined that a quorum was present. The following members were in attendance:

Todd Currie                 Daniel Marcy

Jay Doyle                      Jeff Segell

Denise Graham

 

The following members were absent:

Brandi Ladd

Katie DeMuth

Baxter Lewallen


3.      A motion to approve the May 8, 2024 Regular Meeting Minutes was made by Jay Doyle, seconded by Daniel Marcy, and approved unanimously by the Board.
4.     Jay Doyle presented the Service Oklahoma Report.
5.     Jeff Segell moved to approve the brand standards exemption for the Sapulpa licensed operator location by Sean Sowell, LO #1921. The motion was seconded by Daniel Marcy and the Board voted unanimously in favor.
6.    Todd Currie made a motion to deny the application to relocate Downtown Tag (Oklahoma City), Daniel Marcy seconded, and the Board voted unanimously.
7.     Jay Doyle moved to approve the relocation application for Ardmore tag, Daniel Marcy seconded, and the Board voted unanimously in favor.
8.    Seeing no other business, a motion to adjourn was made by Daniel Marcy, seconded by Jeff Segell, and approved unanimously by the Board.
9.     The meeting adjourned at 4:03 pm.

Meeting Minutes

Notice of the Service Oklahoma Operator Board meeting was posted with the Oklahoma Secretary of State on December 11, 2023 and posted on the door of 6015 N. Classen Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73118 on May 7, 2024 at 10:40 am.
1.    The Service Oklahoma Operator Board meeting was Called to Order at 3:30 pm.
2.    After taking roll of the members present, it was determined that a quorum was present. The following members were in attendance:

Todd Currie                         Baxter Lewallen

Jay Doyle                              Jeff Segell

Denise Graham                  Brandi Ladd

 

The following members were absent:

Katie DeMuth

Daniel Marcy


3.      A motion to approve the April 10, 2024 Regular Meeting Minutes was made by Jay Doyle, seconded by Denise Graham, and approved unanimously by the Board
4.     Jay Doyle presented the Service Oklahoma Report.
5.     The Board discussed possible action related to the Licensed Operator Advisory Committee applications. Todd Currie moved to nominate Tom Clark, Janet McCoy, and Barry Stevenson to the Advisory Committee. Brandi Ladd seconded, and the motion passed without objection.
6.    Jay Doyle moved to enter into Executive Session to consider confidential licensed operator matters, pursuant to 25 O.S. §307(B)(7). The motion was seconded by Baxter Lewallen and passed unanimously. The Board entered Executive Session at 3:47 pm.
7.     The Board resumed Open Session at 4:07 pm.
8.    Jay Doyle moved to accept the application to sell or transfer the existing license of Leah Sullivan Ojeda to Christopher Henderson, and to grant the square footage and counter exemptions, while denying the floor exemption request. Brandi Ladd seconded the motion and the Board approved unanimously.
9.     Discussion was held on the applicant for the Beaver County designated Service Oklahoma location. No action was taken.
10.    Seeing no other business, a motion to adjourn was made by Jeff Segell, seconded by Denise Graham, and approved unanimously by the Board.
11.    The meeting adjourned at 4:13 pm.

Meeting Minutes

Notice of the Service Oklahoma Operator Board meeting was posted with the Oklahoma Secretary of State on December 11, 2023 and posted on the door of 6015 N. Classen Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73118 on March 11, 2024 at 10:00 am.
1.    The Service Oklahoma Operator Board meeting was Called to Order at 3:32 pm.
2.    After taking roll of the members present, it was determined that a quorum was present. The following members were in attendance:

Todd Currie                         Brandi Ladd

Jay Doyle                             Daniel Marcy

Denise Graham                  Jeff Segel

 

The following members were absent:

Baxter Lewallen

Katie DeMuth


3.      A motion to approve the March 13, 2024 Regular Meeting Minutes was made by Denise Graham, seconded by Brandi Ladd, and approved unanimously by the Board.
4.     Jay Doyle presented the Service Oklahoma Report.
5.     Jeff Segell moved to approve the request for a square footage exemption for the licensed operator location operated by Chase Lamle in Oklahoma City. Denise Graham seconded the motion and the Board passed without objection.
6.    Jay Doyle moved to enter into Executive Session to consider confidential licensed operator matters, pursuant to 25 O.S. §307(B)(7). The motion was seconded by Jeff Segell and passed unanimously. The Board entered Executive Session at 3:41 pm.
Denise Graham recused herself from Executive Session.
7.     The Board resumed Open Session at 3:46 pm
8.    Jeff Segell moved to approve the application to sell or transfer the existing license to operate the Atoka designated Service Oklahoma location held by Denise Graham to Michael Graham. Daniel Marcy seconded the motion and the Board passed without objection.
Denise Graham abstained.
9.     Seeing no other business, a motion to adjourn was made by Daniel Marcy, seconded by Brandi Ladd, and approved unanimously by the Board.
10.    The meeting adjourned at 3:48 pm.

Meeting Minutes

Notice of the Service Oklahoma Operator Board meeting was posted with the Oklahoma Secretary of State on December 11, 2023 and posted on the door of 6015 N. Classen Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73118 on March 11, 2024 at 10:00 am.
1.    The Service Oklahoma Operator Board meeting was Called to Order at 3:33 pm.
2.    After taking roll of the members present, it was determined that a quorum was present. The following members were in attendance:

Todd Currie                         Brandi Ladd

Katie DeMuth                     Daniel Marcy

Denise Graham                   Jeff Segell

 

The following member was absent:

Jay Doyle


3.      A motion to approve the February 14, 2024 Regular Meeting Minutes was made by Jeff Segell, seconded by Denise Graham, and approved unanimously by the Board.
4.     Denise Graham motioned to approve every deviation request where the designated Service Oklahoma location is open at least 40 hours per week. The motion was seconded by Todd Currie and approved unanimously by the Board.
5.     Katie DeMuth moved to approve the physical brand standard deviation requested by Licensed Operator, Barry Stevenson, of Eufaula. Brandi Ladd seconded the motion and it passed without objection.
6.    Daniel Marcy moved to enter into Executive Session to consider confidential licensed operator matters, pursuant to 25 O.S. §307(B)(7). The motion was seconded by Katie DeMuth and passed unanimously. The Board entered Executive Session at 3:38 pm.
7.     The Board resumed Open Session at 3:46 pm
8.    Todd Currie moved to approve the application to sell or transfer the existing license to operate the Tulsa designated Service Oklahoma location held by William A. Greene to Barry Stevenson. Mr. Stevenson is required to bring the location in to full compliance with the brand standards within six months. Brandi Ladd seconded the motion and the Board passed without objection.
9.     Katie DeMuth moved to approve the application to sell or transfer the existing license to operate the Piedmont designated Service Oklahoma location held by Robert A. Funk to Kristina Brown. Ms. Brown is required to bring the location in to full compliance with the brand standards within six months. Brandi Ladd seconded the motion and the Board passed unanimously in favor.
10.    Seeing no other business, a motion to adjourn was made by Daniel Marcy, seconded by Denise Graham, and approved unanimously by the Board
11.    The meeting adjourned at 3:52 pm.

Meeting Minutes

Notice of the Service Oklahoma Operator Board meeting was posted with the Oklahoma Secretary of State on December 11, 2023 and posted on the door of 6015 N. Classen Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73118 on February 12, 2024 at 3:30 pm.
1.    The Service Oklahoma Operator Board meeting was Called to Order at 3:32 pm.
2.    After taking roll of the members present, it was determined that a quorum was present. The following members were in attendance:

Todd Currie                         Brandi Ladd

Katie DeMuth                      Baxter Lewallen

Jay Doyle                              Daniel Marcy

Denise Graham                   Jeff Segell

 

No members were absent. There is one vacancy on the Service Oklahoma Operator Board due to the resignation of Will Payne.


3.      A motion to approve the January 10, 2024 Regular Meeting Minutes was made by Daniel Marcy, seconded by Katie DeMuth, and approved unanimously by the Board.
4.     Jay Doyle presented the Service Oklahoma Report.
5.     The Board discussed possible action on the application process for the Licensed Operator Advisory Committee. Jeff Segell moved to approve the application as written. Jay Doyle seconded, and the motion passed without objection.
6.    Daniel Marcy moved to deny the square footage exemption for the licensed operator location operated by Chase Lamle in Oklahoma City. Brandi Ladd seconded the motion and the Board passed unanimously.
7.     The Board discussed possible action to determine whether to open applications for designated Service Oklahoma locations for Beaver, Beaver County, Blair, Jackson County, and Tulsa, Tulsa County.
Todd Currie motioned to reopen the application process for the existing Service Oklahoma location in Beaver, Beaver County, with applications due to Service Oklahoma by March 31, 2024. Jeff Segell seconded, and the Board voted unanimously in favor.
Daniel Marcy moved to deny reopening the application process for the existing Service Oklahoma location in Blair, Jackson County; Brandi Ladd seconded, and the Board passed without objection.
Jay Doyle, moved to deny reopening the application process for the existing Service Oklahoma location in Tulsa, Tulsa County, Denise Graham seconded the motion and the Board passed unanimously.
8.    Jay Doyle moved to enter into Executive Session to consider confidential licensed operator matters and to conduct a hearing related to the license to operate a designated Service Oklahoma location held by Dena Adams, LO #8818, pursuant to 25 O.S. §307(B)(7). The motion was seconded by Daniel Marcy and passed unanimously. The Board entered Executive Session at 3:58 pm.
9.     The Board resumed Open Session at 4:44 pm.
10.    The Board discussed applications for current licensed operators to sell or transfer their existing licenses.
William A. Green of Tulsa withdrew his application from consideration.
Daniel Marcy moved to approve the application to sell or transfer the existing license of Charlene Standifer to Kyla Parker. Katie DeMuth seconded the motion and the Board passed without objection.
11.    Todd Currie moved to deny the Motion to Stay the hearing made by Dena Adams, LO #8818, Jay Doyle seconded the motion and it passed unanimously.
Baxter Lewallen moved to terminate the license held by Dena Adams, LO #8818 and asked Service Oklahoma to prepare an order of termination. Katie DeMuth Seconded the motion and the Board passed in favor.
Jeff Segell abstained from both votes on this matter.
12.    Seeing no other business, a motion to adjourn was made by Daniel Marcy, seconded by Denise Graham, and approved unanimously by the Board.
13.    The meeting adjourned at 4:49 pm.

Meeting Minutes

Notice of the Service Oklahoma Operator Board meeting was posted with the Oklahoma Secretary of State on December 11, 2023 and posted on the door of 6015 N. Classen Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73118 on January 8, 2024 at 3:00 pm.
1.    The Service Oklahoma Operator Board meeting was Called to Order at 3:31 pm.
2.    After taking roll of the members present, it was determined that a quorum was present. The following members were in attendance:

Todd Currie                         Brandi Ladd

Katie DeMuth                     Baxter Lewallen

Jay Doyle                             William Payne

Denise Graham                  Jeff Segell        

 

The following member was absent:

Daniel Marcy


3.      A motion to approve the December 13, 2023 Regular Meeting Minutes was made by Jay Doyle, seconded by Todd Currie, and approved unanimously by the Board.
4.     Jay Doyle presented the Service Oklahoma Report.
5.     The Board discussed possible action related to the renewal of the licensed operator contract for operators who were not in good standing as of December 31, 2023. Baxter Lewallen moved to notify the following licensed operators to cease operations within six months’ time:
Holly Cahoon, LO #0409
Pamela Chapman, LO #3324
Gene Stolp, LO #7274
Katie DeMuth seconded the motion and the Board passed without objection.
6.    Jay Doyle moved to enter into Executive Session to consider confidential licensed operator matters, pursuant to 25 O.S. §307(B)(7). The motion was seconded by Brandi Ladd and passed unanimously. The Board entered Executive Session at 3:52 pm. 
7.     The Board resumed Open Session at 3:58 pm
8.    Jay Doyle moved to grant the request for continuance for the revocation hearing made by Dena Adams, LO #8818. Todd Currie seconded the motion, and the Board passed without objection.
9.     Discussion was held on the election of the Chair, Vice Chair, and Secretary. William Payne moved for Todd Currie to be elected Chair. The motion was seconded by Katie DeMuth and the Board passed unanimously.
William Payne made a motion to elect Daniel Marcy as Vice Chair, which was seconded by Todd Currie and passed unanimously in favor.
William Payne moved to reelect Katie DeMuth as Secretary. Todd Currie seconded the motion, and the Board passed without objection.
10.    Seeing no other business, a motion to adjourn was made by Denise Graham, seconded by Jeff Segell, and approved unanimously by the Board.
11.    The meeting adjourned at 4:02 pm.

Past Meeting Agendas

Notice of Regular Meeting

June 12, 2024 - 3:30pm
6015 N. Classen Blvd., Building Four, Room 233
Oklahoma City, OK 73118

Agenda


1.      Call to Order.
2.      Announcement concerning public notice – Notice of Meeting Posted December 11, 2023 at 9:43 a.m.; Agenda of Meeting posted at 12:00pm, on June 11, 2024.
3.      Approval of minutes from the May 8, 2024 Regular Meeting.
4.      Service Oklahoma Report.
5.      Discussion and possible action on request for deviation from brand standards for the Sapulpa licensed operator location by Sean Sowell, LO #1921.
6.     Discussion and possible action on relocation applications submitted by the following:
        a. Downtown Tag (Oklahoma City)
        b. Ardmore Tag
7.      Other business
8.      Adjournment

Notice of Regular Meeting

May 8, 2024 - 3:30pm
6015 N. Classen Blvd., Building Four, Room 233
Oklahoma City, OK 73118

Agenda


1.      Call to Order.
2.      Announcement concerning public notice – Notice of Meeting Posted December 11, 2023 at 9:43 a.m.; Agenda of Meeting posted at 10:40 A.M., on May 7, 2024.
3.      Approval of minutes from the April 10, 2024 Regular Meeting.
4.      Service Oklahoma Report.
5.      Discussion and possible action on the Licensed Operator Advisory Committee applications received from the following licensed operators:

Counties with a population under 30,000 people:

Name

LO Number

County

Barry Steveson

4611

McIntosh

Jerry Koscheski

2017

Custer

Tom Clark

2808

Greer

Valerie Fariss

7521

Washita

 

Counties with a population between 30,001 and 100,000 people:

Name

LO Number

County

Barry Steveson

5116

Muskogee

Brenda Riggs

6617

Rogers

Brice Jenkins

0721

Bryan

Dana Underwood

6919

Stephens

Janet McCoy

4517

McCurtain

Michael Dennis

0720

Bryan

Wes Nimmo

3617

Kay

 

Counties with a population over 100,000 people:

Name

LO Number

County

Barry Steveson

7286

Tulsa

Crystal Smith

7278

Tulsa

John Hoop

7278

Tulsa

Karin Montes

7281

Tulsa

Molly Frasier

7265

Tulsa

Tana Steinbruck

0930

Canadian


6.     Proposed Executive Session to consider confidential licensed operator matters Executive Session authorized by 25 O.S. §307(B)(7).
        a. The following applications for current licensed operators to sell or transfer their existing license will be considered in Executive Session, pursuant to 47 O.S. §1140:

 

Location

Licensed Operator

Applicant

Oklahoma City

Leah Sullivan Ojeda

Christopher Henderson


        b. The following individual will be interviewed for the Beaver County designated Service Oklahoma location in Executive Session:
                i. Holly Jo Calhoon, Beaver
            Karin Montes, Tulsa, applied for the Beaver County designated Service Oklahoma location but has since withdrawn her application.
7.     Reconvene in Open Session – Discussion and possible action on matters considered during Executive Session
8.     Other business
9.     Adjournment

Notice of Regular Meeting

April 10, 2024 - 3:30pm
6015 N. Classen Blvd., Building Four, Room 233
Oklahoma City, OK 73118

Agenda


1.      Call to Order.
2.      Announcement concerning public notice – Notice of Meeting Posted December 11, 2023 at 9:43 a.m.; Agenda of Meeting posted at 9:20am, on April 8, 2024.
3.      Approval of minutes from the March 13, 2024 Regular Meeting.
4.      Service Oklahoma Report.
5.      Discussion and possible action on request for square footage exemption for the licensed operator location operated by Chase Lamle in Oklahoma City.
6.     Proposed Executive Session to consider confidential licensed operator matters Executive Session authorized by 25 O.S. §307(B)(7).
        a. The following applications for current licensed operators to sell or transfer their existing license will be considered in Executive Session, pursuant to 47 O.S. §1140:

Location         Licensed Operator         Applicant                         

Atoka               Denise Graham                 Michael Graham


7.     Reconvene in Open Session – Discussion and possible action on matters considered during Executive Session
8.     Other business
9.     Adjournment

Notice of Regular Meeting

March 13, 2024 - 3:30pm
6015 N. Classen Blvd., Building Four, Room 233
Oklahoma City, OK 73118

Agenda


1.      Call to Order.
2.      Announcement concerning public notice – Notice of Meeting Posted December 11, 2023 at 9:43 a.m.; Agenda of Meeting posted at 10:00am, on March 11, 2024.
3.      Approval of minutes from the February 14, 2024 Regular Meeting.
4.      Service Oklahoma Report.
5.      Discussion and possible action on hours of operation deviation requests submitted by the following licensed operators:
Licensed Operator Number  Licensed Operator County
2420 Garfield
719 Bryan
930 Canadian
1102 Cherokee
1434 Cleveland
1624 Comanche
1921 Creek
1920 Creek
2016 Customer
2419 Garfield
2517 Garvin
2619 Grady
3006 Harper
3106 Haskell
3221 Hughes
3820 Kiowa
4016 Leflore
4017 Leflore
4918 Mayes
4922 Mayes
4610 McIntosh
5003 Murray
5507 Oklahoma
8834 Oklahoma
5594 Oklahoma
8815 Oklahoma
5912 Pawnee
6319 Pottawatomie
6620 Rogers
6811 Sequoyah
6918 Stephens
6911 Stephens
6914 Stephens
6917 Stephens
6919 Stephens
7012 Texas
7118 Tillman
7254 Tulsa
7261 Tulsa
7284 Tulsa
7280 Tulsa
7285 Tulsa
7317 Wagoner
7605 Woods

6.      Discussion and possible action on physical standards deviation requested by Licensed Operator, Barry Steveson, of Eufaula.
7.      Proposed Executive Session to consider confidential licensed operator matters Executive Session authorized by 25 O.S. §307(B)(7).
        a. The following applications for current licensed operators to sell or transfer their existing license will be considered in Executive Session, pursuant to 47 O.S. §1140:

Location         Licensed Operator         Applicant                         

Tulsa                William A. Greene             Barry Steveson

Piedmont        Robert A. Funk                   Kristina Brown


8.     Reconvene in Open Session – Discussion and possible action on matters considered during Executive Session
9.     Other business
10.   Adjournment

Notice of Regular Meeting

February 14, 2024 - 3:30pm
6015 N. Classen Blvd., Building Four, Room 233
Oklahoma City, OK 73118

Agenda


1.      Call to Order.
2.      Announcement concerning public notice – Notice of Meeting Posted December 11, 2023 at 9:43 a.m.; Agenda of Meeting posted at 3:30pm, on February 12, 2024.
3.      Approval of minutes from the January 10, 2024 Regular Meeting.
4.      Service Oklahoma Report.
5.      Discussion and possible action on application process for Licensed Operator Advisory Committee.
6.      Discussion and possible action on request for square footage exemption for the licensed operator location operated by Chase Lamle in Oklahoma City.
7.      Discussion and possible action to determine whether to open applications for designated Service Oklahoma locations in the following locations:
        a. Beaver, Beaver County
        b. Blair, Jackson County
        c. Tulsa, Tulsa County
8.     Proposed Executive Session to consider confidential licensed operator matters and to conduct a hearing related to the license to operate a designated Service Oklahoma location held by Dena Adams, LO #8818. Executive Session authorized by 25 O.S. §307(B)(7) and (8).
        a. The following applications for current licensed operators to sell or transfer their existing license will be considered in Executive Session, pursuant to 47 O.S. §1140:

Location         Licensed Operator         Applicant                         

Tulsa                William A. Greene             Barry Steveson

Warner            Charlene Standifer           Kyla Parke


        b. Discussion regarding the status of license to operate a designated Service Oklahoma location held by Dena Adams, LO #8818, which may include the continued temporary suspension of license, termination of license, reinstatement of license, and/or a probationary period.
9.     Reconvene in Open Session – Discussion and possible action on matters considered during Executive Session
10.   Other business
11.    Adjournment

Notice of Regular Meeting

January 10, 2024 - 3:30pm
6015 N. Classen Blvd., Building Four, Room 233
Oklahoma City, OK 73118

Agenda


1.      Call to Order.
2.      Announcement concerning public notice – Notice of Meeting Posted December 11, 2023 at 9:43 a.m.; Agenda of Meeting posted at 3 pm, on January 8, 2024.
3.      Approval of minutes from the December 13, 2023 Regular Meeting.
4.      Service Oklahoma Report.
5.      Discussion and possible action related to the renewal of the licensed operator contract for the following licensed operators who were not in good standing as of December 31, 2023:
        a. Holly Cahoon, LO #0409,
        b. Pamela Chapman, LO #3324
        c. Gene Stolp, LO #7274
6.      Proposed Executive Session to consider confidential licensed operator matters. Executive Session authorized by 25 O.S. §307(B)(7). 
        a. Discussion regarding the status of license to operate a designated Service Oklahoma location held by Dena Adams, LO #8818, which may include the continued temporary suspension of license, termination of license, reinstatement of license, and/or a probationary period.
7.      Reconvene in Open Session – Discussion and possible action on matters considered during Executive Session.
8.      Discussion and possible action on election of Chair, Vice Chair, and Secretary.
9.      Other business
10.    Adjournment