A Time To Reap
—    Outskirts of Orlando, Oklahoma
Program
REAP       Logan County, east of Midwest Boulevard
—    Address of City Hall, Slaughterville, Oklahoma
Administrator
ACOG       NE 108th Street in Oklahoma County
Grants
2010 ProjectsTransportation                        Grant: $23,902.61                                                      ...
GRANT: $27,587.88 | PROJECT: Replace l995 Crown Victoria Police Interceptor with 2009 CVPI via government sales.          ...
GRANT: $50,000 | PROJECT: Apply layer of oil and chip seal to four miles of Karns Road.                                   ...
Cedar ValleyGRANT: $50,000 | PROJECT: Complete additional resurfacing to Whitehouse Road
GRANT: $14,225.46 | PROJECT: Replace Street SignsForest Park
GRANT: $50,000 | PROJECT: Water Well Upgrades  Geary
GRANT: $23,902.61 | PROJECT: Install federally-compliant, reflective street signs.Harrah                                  ...
Jones CityGRANT: $49,000 | PROJECT: Construct new sidewalk and curb on SW 2nd Street
LexingtonGRANT: $50,000 | PROJECT: Repair pot holes, resurface streets
GRANT: $44,250 | PROJECT: Clean, repair and repaint water storage towersLexington
Logan County                                                                      District 3GRANT: $6,228.90 | PROJECT: In...
Logan County District 2GRANT: $40,101.53 | PROJECT: Apply two-inch layer of chip and seal on deteriorating portion of Midw...
GRANT: $50,000 | PROJECT: Construct asphalt overlay on Santa Fe north of State Highway 33     Logan County                ...
LutherGRANT: $50,000 | PROJECT: Resurface and repair 2nd Street between North and South Cedar Streets
GRANT: $50,000 | PROJECT: Replace 600 feet of sewer line                                                           Mulhall
GRANT: $50,000 | PROJECT: Reflective Residential Street Markers                                      Slaughterville
GRANT: $50,000 | PROJECT: Improve Emergency Notification System                                                           ...
GRANT: $33,670 | PROJECT: Re-stripe pavement markings in unincorporated areas                                             ...
GRANT: $23,200 | PROJECT: Install roadway signage and guard rails                                                         ...
GRANT: $15,665 | PROJECT: Install emergency communication system                                                          ...
GRANT: $15,660 | PROJECT: Purchase police radars                                                   Union City
GRANT: $30,000 | PROJECT: Construct road drainage/renovate ditchUnion City
Acknowledgements
Eastern Oklahoma County
State Highway 33, Logan County
Canadian County
Eastern Oklahoma County
ContactFor more information about REAP in Central Oklahoma,          please call ACOG, (405) 234-2264            John G. J...
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Rural Economic Action Plan in Central Oklahoma | 2010

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The purpose of this eReport is to highlight the Rural Economic Action Plan in Central Oklahoma in 2010. REAP is a grant program funded by the Oklahoma Legislature and administered by the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG) on behalf of rural communities in Central Oklahoma. Thirty-five REAP grants were awarded in 2010.

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Rural Economic Action Plan in Central Oklahoma | 2010

  1. 1. A Time To Reap
  2. 2. — Outskirts of Orlando, Oklahoma
  3. 3. Program
  4. 4. REAP Logan County, east of Midwest Boulevard
  5. 5. — Address of City Hall, Slaughterville, Oklahoma
  6. 6. Administrator
  7. 7. ACOG NE 108th Street in Oklahoma County
  8. 8. Grants
  9. 9. 2010 ProjectsTransportation Grant: $23,902.61 Grant: $40,217$410,827.50 Install higher reflective street signs to Grant: $50,000 Install uniform address markers in comply with federal codes Apply asphalt overlay on Santa Fe front of each residence in order forEconomic Development north of State Highway 33 emergency service providers to find a$273,885.00 particular residence in the event of an Grant: $49,000 emergency or 9ll call. Construct new sidewalk and curb on Grant: $50,000Grant: $27,587.88 SW 2nd Street Resurface and repair 2nd StreetReplace l995 Crown Victoria Police between North and South Cedar Grant: $50,000Interceptor with 2009 CVPI via Streets. Improve emergency notificationgovernment sales. Grant: $50,000 system Apply asphalt overlay and slurry seal and repair pot holes on select streets Grant: $50,000 in town. Replace 600 feet of sewer line Grant: $30,000 beginning at lift station Complete road drainage projectGrant: $50,000 involving ditch renovation, etc.Apply layer of oil and chip seal tofour miles of Karns Road. Grant: $44,250 Clean, repair and repaint interior and exterior of elevated water storage Grant: $15,660 Grant: $23,200 towers Procure radars for police departmentGrant: $50,000 Install roadway signage and guardrailComplete additional resurfacing toWhitehouse Road Grant: $40,101.53 Grant: $33,670Grant: $14,225.46 Apply two-inch layer of chip and seal Paint pavement markings inReplace street signs on deteriorating portion of Midwest unincorporated areas BoulevardGrant: $50,000 Grant: $15,665Replace pump and purchase mobile Implement emergency communicationgenerator for one water well Grant: $6,228.90 system Install new road signs in one-third of the district
  10. 10. GRANT: $27,587.88 | PROJECT: Replace l995 Crown Victoria Police Interceptor with 2009 CVPI via government sales. Calumet
  11. 11. GRANT: $50,000 | PROJECT: Apply layer of oil and chip seal to four miles of Karns Road. Canadian Co.
  12. 12. Cedar ValleyGRANT: $50,000 | PROJECT: Complete additional resurfacing to Whitehouse Road
  13. 13. GRANT: $14,225.46 | PROJECT: Replace Street SignsForest Park
  14. 14. GRANT: $50,000 | PROJECT: Water Well Upgrades Geary
  15. 15. GRANT: $23,902.61 | PROJECT: Install federally-compliant, reflective street signs.Harrah —
  16. 16. Jones CityGRANT: $49,000 | PROJECT: Construct new sidewalk and curb on SW 2nd Street
  17. 17. LexingtonGRANT: $50,000 | PROJECT: Repair pot holes, resurface streets
  18. 18. GRANT: $44,250 | PROJECT: Clean, repair and repaint water storage towersLexington
  19. 19. Logan County District 3GRANT: $6,228.90 | PROJECT: Install new road signs in one-third of the district
  20. 20. Logan County District 2GRANT: $40,101.53 | PROJECT: Apply two-inch layer of chip and seal on deteriorating portion of Midwest Boulevard
  21. 21. GRANT: $50,000 | PROJECT: Construct asphalt overlay on Santa Fe north of State Highway 33 Logan County District 3
  22. 22. LutherGRANT: $50,000 | PROJECT: Resurface and repair 2nd Street between North and South Cedar Streets
  23. 23. GRANT: $50,000 | PROJECT: Replace 600 feet of sewer line Mulhall
  24. 24. GRANT: $50,000 | PROJECT: Reflective Residential Street Markers Slaughterville
  25. 25. GRANT: $50,000 | PROJECT: Improve Emergency Notification System Spencer
  26. 26. GRANT: $33,670 | PROJECT: Re-stripe pavement markings in unincorporated areas District 2Oklahoma County
  27. 27. GRANT: $23,200 | PROJECT: Install roadway signage and guard rails District 1Oklahoma County
  28. 28. GRANT: $15,665 | PROJECT: Install emergency communication system Orlando
  29. 29. GRANT: $15,660 | PROJECT: Purchase police radars Union City
  30. 30. GRANT: $30,000 | PROJECT: Construct road drainage/renovate ditchUnion City
  31. 31. Acknowledgements
  32. 32. Eastern Oklahoma County
  33. 33. State Highway 33, Logan County
  34. 34. Canadian County
  35. 35. Eastern Oklahoma County
  36. 36. ContactFor more information about REAP in Central Oklahoma, please call ACOG, (405) 234-2264 John G. Johnson, Executive Director Steve Willoughby, Division Director

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