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.
For three county officers they have been there and done that, but for newly elected Logan County Sheriff Damon Devereaux it was his first time to take an oath of office for Logan County.
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.
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.
Several constituents have called and ask about this next year’s road projects and so it is time to provide an update on our district road and bridge capital improvement program and the “Save to Pave” project.
The Logan County Board of County Commissioners voted unanimously to appoint Cheryl Smith as the interim court clerk following an executive session on Jan. 29.
Logan County elected officials at a recent employee appreciation luncheon. Rejenna Zmek (third from left) plans to retire after 25 years of service.
The Logan County Board of County Commissioners are expected to accept the resignation of an elected official in their regular scheduled meeting on Friday morning.
The Logan County Board of Commissioners held their first meeting of 2016 on Monday morning. The commissioners inspected the Logan County jail and voted on the chairman and vice-chairman of the board.
Another mile of well-traveled roadway reopens this week with new life and a new asphalt surface on Waterloo road from SH 74 (Portland) West to Meridian Road. Our board of commissioners unanimously approved this project earlier this fall and their decision was an easy one given the evidence of need due to overuse and neglect […]
The Logan County Board of County Commissioners held their regular scheduled meeting on Nov. 30, 2015.
The second of three special meetings held by the Board of County Commissioners was held to discuss the ongoing issues within the county with Emergency Medical Services (EMS).
The Logan County commissioners approved the county budget for the current fiscal year with a 2-0 vote on Wednesday morning. Commissioner Marven Goodman abstained from the vote following a back-and-forth discussion with the budget maker.
Logan County citizens with unwanted furniture, appliances and junk can use the District 2 roll off dumpster instead of dumping in the creek or on the side of the road. It is free to all Logan County residents (non commercial). This service is proving effective at reducing dumping in the district. We are located at […]
Following a special and regular scheduled meeting, the Board of County Commissioners finalized the estimate of needs for each of the county office’s budget for the fiscal year on Monday morning. Commissioner Marven Goodman questioned both the district attorney and sheriff’s office accounts and voted against their proposed budget.
The Logan County Public Trust held an early morning meeting on Tuesday for a discussion on the current and future infrastructure to the east of Interstate 35 along Highway 33.
Last week, we met with Commissioner of Oklahoma County District 3, Ray Vaughn, and his superintendent to discuss the Waterloo Rd project that should begin soon.
The following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for August 10, 2015.
The Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) heard on Monday morning that bridges in Logan County rank as some of the poorest in the state. Half of the county bridges are considered deficient or obsolete.
Statewide, there were 109 quakes in 2013 that were measured at a magnitude of 3 or higher. In 2014, that number was 585. According to the office of the Secretary of Energy and Environment, the pace of earthquake activity in Oklahoma has definitely accelerated this year. The current average rate is approximately 600 times historical […]