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than 32,000 meters and more than 4,500 miles of electric line in portions of Nowata,
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the 26 electric cooperatives operating in Oklahoma, VVEC is the third largest
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the Cooperatives more than 3,200-square mile service territory daily maintaining
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Park Board Meeting
Improvement Details Refined
Improvement Design Directions Approved In First Meeting Since May
Commission Action Required Next (Sept. 8th)
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Ted Wright -- last update 9/2/2009
member of the Collinsville Park Board ( Dee Sink, Rusty Poindexter, Joe Ogden,
Pam Webb & Ted Wright) were present for a meeting Monday August 31, 2009 at
the Collinsville High School. The latest version of plans for park improvements
(approved by voters back in April with additional sales tax collection starting
July 1st) were discussed and approved for recommendation to the City Commission
to proceed. The image above shows the porposed park overview with a splashpad,
playgrounds, skateboard park, relocated basketball court & swimming pool removal
among the funded improvements. Most of the discussion involved final equipment
selection, placement and colors.
city had previously applied for a Tony Hawk grant for the skateboard park but
no funding came from that effort. Tony Hawk did comment on the city's proposed
skatepark features and provided some suggestions for additions which Landplan
will now try to incorporate (if within budget).
Franklin and Barbara Tartar (of LandPlan Consultants, Inc.) explain details of
the splashpark features to City Manager Pam Polk (just out of view) at the Monday
August 31st Park Board meeting where the evolving park plan details were approved.
The city commission is expected to act on the same plans Sept. 8th (Tuesday after
Labor Day) which could lead to spring time construction and summer time public
The old horseshow pitching area has been displaced by the new plan and a new location
is pending. -- Ted