A representative with the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) says they are ready to prepare a consent order that could possibly leave a potential $10,000 daily fine on Logan County. However, the Logan County Board of County Commissioners heavily contest they do not have any means to enforce DEQ regulations.
I am pleased to announce my recovery from recent unforeseen medical issues. It brings me great pleasure to provide this update and many more to come. A special thank you goes out to my family, friends and co workers who supported me throughout my recovery.
Update: Just after hours the Logan County Board of County Commissioners issued a county-wide burn ban, Governor Mary Fallin issued a governor’s burn ban. Gov. Fallin issues two-week burn ban for 53 counties; includes Logan County Original Article The Logan County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a county-wide burn ban, effective immediately, on Friday morning. […]
In a case filed in 2011, the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) still await reimbursement from the Town of Meridian in regards to a breach of agreement.
The last time we updated the status of the Coltrane road project phases, two of the three phases was uncertain. Our work in this area has gained new ground as this week we have much better news that all three project phases are now back on the full funding track.
Guthrie News Page captured Sheriff Damon Devereaux on his first day in the new position.
During the regular scheduled Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) meeting, commissioners welcomed the newly elected sheriff and appointed a chairman. In addition, the commissioners were informed of a retirement and the passing of a former county employee.
The Logan County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) approved a resolution seeking the Oklahoma legislature to support changing a state statue pertaining to distribution and use of highway funds commonly known as County Improvements for Roads and Bridges (CIRB) fund.
The Logan County Local Development Act Review Committee was finalized on Thursday afternoon with three at-large members voted on to the board. Now, they will decide if a tax increment financing (TIF) district is needed in the southern portion of the county.
A special meeting was held Wednesday morning for the Board of County Commissioners to consider the budget and estimate needs.
The Logan County commissioners and other county elected officials needed 80 minutes on Thursday morning to adjust over $566,000 in their estimate of needs for the next fiscal year to balance the budget.
Logan County Commissioners discussed requesting the Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC) to halt all salt water disposal injection well operations within the county on Thursday morning. Two of the three commissioners were in agreement on the subject.
Guthrie Public Schools board members Terry Pennington and Travis Sallee discuss the proposed TIF project in southern Logan County during Monday's BOE meeting.
Two school board members expressed their opinions on the proposed tax increment financing (TIF) district that would fund two miles of a county road near the future construction site of the elementary school in southern Logan County.
The Logan County Local Development Act Review Committee will be forming to see if a tax increment financing (TIF) district is needed in the southern portion of the district where an elementary school will be built.
Logan County officers held their annual meeting on each of the office’s temporary estimate of needs for the upcoming fiscal year to later present to the Logan County Excise Board. The sheriff’s budget and jail operations collected the most conversation during the Board of County Commissioner’s meeting on Friday.
On Tuesday, the Logan County primary election witnessed an incumbent elected to another four-year term and the other local race will need a runoff election in August.
Guthrie News Page breakdowns on how each precinct in Logan County voted in Tuesday’s primary election in the District 2 county commissioner race.
Road paving is getting underway as we get past the spring rains. Weather delays have occurred for our contracted paving projects. More rain could delay paving projects further. This will bring the total number of roads paved in the last 7 1/2 years to 22.5 miles.
Two of the three candidates for Logan County District 2 County Commissioner settled inside the American Legion Building on Monday evening for a candidate forum. Each candidate gave their goals to help voters decide in the June 28 primary election.
Many new businesses are moving to Logan County. – The new Tractor Supply has broken ground at College and Heather, just north of the Sleep Inn on the west side of I-35. – The new Hampton Inn, south of the Best Western, should open soon. – The new On Cue on Waterloo east of I-35 […]
The Logan County Board of County Commissioners held their regular scheduled meeting on April 15, 2016.