Cordell City Council decided not to take action on a marketing agreement with Service Line Warranties of America to offer Cordell residents the option to purchase a service line warranty, says City Administrator J.C. Moser. The council made no motion on the proposed agreement.
Clinton City Council this week decided to seek bids for seven street overlay projects, says City Manager Mark Skiles. Bidders and contractors can review the specification sheet at city hall.
The gym floor at Weatherford High School has again suffered damage. Superintendent Chad Wilson says the damage occurred after school last Friday during a sump pump failure that allowed water to back up at the bottom of the gym. Wilson says he does still expect basketball games to be held inside the facility this season.
The executive director of the Weatherford Chamber of Commerce spoke at Rotary. Haley Kliewer spoke about the next Route 66 Nights event planned for September 13th. So far, about 25 vendors are planning to attend the September 13th event.
Clinton City Council this week renewed an agreement with Clinton Summer Playground. Spokesperson Debbie Carlisle says Summer Playground was successful this past summer, making it an all day program for students in grades 1-6. The city provides $8000 in financing toward the program.
Custer County Commissioners yesterday approved the publication sheet for the new county budget for fiscal year 2019-2020, says Commissioner Kurt Hamburger. The estimate of needs for the county is just over $3.3 Million.
The city of Weatherford continues to take RSVPs for a town hall event Friday with senator James Lankford, says economic development director Yolanda Creswell. The event will be held at Lucille's Roadhouse. You can contact the Weatherford economic development office to RSVP.
Custer County Commissioners approved an interlocal agreement this week between the Collinsville rural fire protection district and Custer County on behalf of the Custer City volunteer fire department. Commissioners say it is a rescue unit with a 300 gallon water tank.
Custer County Commissioners have approved a supplemental agreement with the Oklahoma Department of Transportation for the Lawter road project says Commissioner Kurt Hamburger. Right of way acquisition has been in the works for some time. The project calls for improvements to drainage and expansion of the roadway.
Following an executive session on Monday, Custer County Commissioners took action surrounding a 2019 lawsuit, says commission president Kurt Hamburger. Monique Bowens has filed suit over violations of her constitutional rights. The suit names the board of county Commissioners, Sheriff Kenneth Tidwell and former Custer county detention officer Darrion Morgan.