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Dist. 2 Update: Logan County’s population up 10.4 percent in the last five years

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The Senate and House Appropriations Committees and representatives of the Governor are hammering out a budget as I write this (See Wednesday’s Special Update).  What is at stake for us in District 2 are 15 miles of asphalt roads and five bridges on our 5-year construction plan. The accumulation of funds in the CIRB state general funds account are on the plate for consideration to meet the shortfall in the state’s budget. Read more…

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District 1: Relocating utility lines in support of expanded right-of-ways

April 27, 2015 Leave a comment

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Our road district has received excellent feedback from our residents on our upcoming road and bridge projects this week.  The right of way utility relocation continues on Coltrane between Waterloo and Seward and is contracted to be finished no later than August 6, 2015. Rural Water District 1 is currently relocating utilities in support of expanded right of way preparation. Read more…

District 1: $30k set aside for the Save & Pave program

April 13, 2015 Leave a comment

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The response to our new citizen groups has been very encouraging. Our road planning committee has five new members and our traffic safety committee has three new members. We are also starting to receive recommended projects for the Save & Pave program and we set aside just over $30K this month to start the program. Our district transportation safety program currently has $3,100 set aside for critical traffic control projects. We are gathering preliminary cost projections for each of the recommended projects and will discuss at our next district meeting of the road and safety committees. Look for more on that later this month as soon as we firm up schedules with the good folks at Oak Cliff Fire Station #2.  Read more…

District Two: Pothole asphalt filling has accelerated

April 11, 2015 Leave a comment

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It has been a good week in District 2. But our rock hauling has slowed. Last month we broke our record for rock with over 4500 tons (200 loads) hauled into the district. This week we had two truckers with a third on Friday replacing the closed bridge at Peebly and Simmons with a temporary culvert using our dozer and trackhoe .This is the first step towards the detour route for Luther Rd when three bridges are planned to be replaced in F’17 using CIRB Motor Vehicle Use Tax. Read more…

District One: Missing inventory items reported to Board of Commissioners

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New citizen participation in local government. After our town hall meeting last week we had several folks sign up to be on our new finance, road and safety committees. Our first meeting of the road and safety committees will be scheduled later this month and the finance committee will meet next month to start the new (FY 2016) budget planning process.  Read more…

Logan County receives first sales tax collection since voters approved tax in August

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taxLogan County received the first payment from the Oklahoma Tax Commission after voters approved the three-fourths county sales tax in August 2014. Read more…

District Two: Three new home developments have started in District 2

April 5, 2015 2 comments

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Logan County District 2 has been working hard to repair the many roads heavily damaged by this winter’s soaking rains and snow. Today we will finish gravelling a four-mile stretch from County Road 74 and Triple X close to Coyle down to Cooksey and Luther Rd. This is a major Coyle School bus route. Read more…

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