The Sequoyah County commissioners met Monday for their weekly meeting, approving several upcoming projects.
District 2 Commissioner Steve Carter said the board approved a bid for printing election ballots for 2019, along with the lease/purchase of a Mack dump truck with rock bed, which Carter said would use state money.
District 3 will proceed with changing out stop signs at the intersection of South 4680 Road and East 1070 Road, making the intersection safer, according to Carter, chairman of the board.
A portion of a major project for District 2 was begun as the board approved a county utility relocation agreement with Sequoyah County Water Association for an upcoming Dwight Mission Road project.
The commissioners tabled an action for a project on Buzzard Loop Road in order to review maps for road inventory that the Oklahoma Department of Transportation did not include.
Blanket purchase orders and monthly reports were also approved.
Pam Cloud, Managing News Director
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