City Manager’s Desk Matt Mueller Funding is an essential part of any organization, and this is certainly the case at the City of Guthrie. The amount of revenue that comes in directly affects what services the City is able to provide and what projects we are able to prioritize. Since funding plays such a role […]
Work is progressing on preparing Midwest for paving from Charter Oak to Simmons. After clearing trees from the right-of-way, the old chip seal surface was ground up and over 2,000 tons of shale was trucked in from Cashion to establish the road base. New tinhorns were also installed. After a final grade is put on the […]
On January 13, 2012, members of the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG) met to decide which project applications to fund for the four-year Transportation Improvement Program. District 2 submitted four applications and two scored high enough to be approved for funding.
Each year the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG) sends applications to government entities who may wish to apply for Rural Economic Action Plan (REAP) grant funding. REAP is funded by the Oklahoma State Legislature and administered by ACOG. The applications contain a lengthy list of qualifying elements which are rated on a point system, […]
Winter is here after the driest summer ever recorded and road maintenance has kept us quite busy. Using my annual contribution and working with Guthrie, we were successful getting safety striping on Roller Coaster and Prairie Grove from Division to Pine.
Progress is being made toward repaving two miles of Midwest from Waterloo to Charter Oak Rd. This project has been our main focus since we began the work on Sept. 26. We have been able to clear away trees from the right-of-way on the mile between Charter Oak and Simmons and to complete most of […]
On Monday, Sept. 26, District 2 began preparations to pave Midwest from Waterloo to Charter Oak. The first step of the operation is to clear trees from the right-of-way and re-establish rainage. This process may take several weeks to complete and will require heavy equipment on the roadway.
In 1878, Iowa Tribal members began moving into Oklahoma. In 1883 they were given lands within the Sac and Fox Reservation. Originally the tribe’s main settlement was in the Fallis area, but later, headquarters was moved a few miles south of Perkins, where it is today.
The District 2 road crew has been working hard to finish rebuilding Harrah Rd. from SH 105 to CR 75 which was damaged in the 2008 floods. There is a timeline for completing this project since it is being paid for with FEMA funds.
In last week’s article, I articulated my support for the proposal to change House rules so that all bills receive a hearing in committee. I strongly believe in the principle that each proposal should receive an on-the-record vote so the constituents of each Representative will know where their legislator stands on each issue.
Efforts are underway to pave the five miles of Midwest from Waterloo to Forrest Hills (No Name) and Forrest Hills from Midwest to Pine.
Guthrie Fire Chief Eric Harlow issued a burn ban today for the city limits of Guthrie. However, this does not include the county at this time.
“Time and Money” is a refrain we often hear. They are also the components on which the county operates. It seems there is never enough time to accomplish all of the projects which need to be completed. However, we do our best to respond to “Work Orders,” phone calls, emergency situations and grant deadlines.