Creek County Commissioners Meetings
The Turner Turnpike project, which will expand the Interstate from four lanes to six near the Creek Turnpike entrance going into Tulsa from Highway 66, begins Monday.
Plus, Stephens renominated as chair of the board of commissioners and information on the Phase 1 vaccine rollout results.
On Monday, December 28th the Board of County Commissioners chose a replacement for Paul Farris, Creek County’s retiring County Project Manager. Glen Mouser will begin training for the job January 4 with a starting annual salary at the Foreman Rate of $45,463.44. District #1 Commissioner Newt Stephens stated that there were two applicants for the […]
Lots of updates at last week’s Creek County Commissioners meeting, including a look at some upcoming project completions, and changes to the Creek County Fairgrounds
County Commissioners decided on using a local company to handle the purchase and installation of the scrubbers. Plus, see why the county has decided to hold off on hiring a grant writer.
Last week’s County Commissioners meeting saw the approval of a new Rural Road Improvement District south of Kellyville.
Creek County will allow Grand River Dam Authority (GRDA) access to its Intelligent Middleware (IMW) server so it can capture latitude and longitude information for its subscribers. IMW services help communications with radios and smartphones. At the Board of County Commissioners meeting on October 19th, Commissioner New Stephens said that the GRDA request is about […]
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.