Creek County Commissioners Meetings
Sheriff Bret Bowling credited these outstanding recipients who were chosen from all 77 Oklahoma counties.
County Commissioners discussed the results of a recent 911 feasibility study, formally approved a CIRB plan for the county, and continued the emergency procedures in place at the courthouse for another week.
A utility permit for a crude oil pipeline from Cushing to Tulsa will cross through 25 roads, but is not expected to impact traffic.
Plus, public properties go up for auction, and the pandemic resolution is extended.
Residents of the district say that there have been several accidents and one death, due in part to the poor road conditions.
The County Courthouse will now require masks and temperature checks before being the public is allowed to enter.
The judges requested that temperatures be taken for one more week and the continuation of locked doors with bailiffs and deputies manning the checkpoints.
County Commissioners have opened the Courthouse Complex, but each individual facility is handling it differently. Get details inside.
As a reminder, the Treasurer’s drive-through, located at the north end of the courthouse parking lot, is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm for your convenience, and cash is accepted.
New counties with cases include Beckham, Cotton and Love counties, bringing the total to 47 counties out of 77.