Comanche County, Oklahoma

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The Sheriff's House Sale

The Sheriff's House Sale is a public auction to sell repossessed properties, and it occurs periodically throughout the year. Sales are usually held on a scheduled Monday, at 11:00am in the Commissioners' Meeting Room at the Courthouse (Room 302). A list of properties is listed below. Be advised that the list is subject to change, and may not be complete. For a current list, you will have to visit the Sheriff's Office at the Courthouse (Room 102).

 

November 26, 2018

CASE # ADDRESS APPRSL F.D.P. ATTORNEY NEWSPAPER SOLD TO BID
CJ-2017-539 705 SW 14th Street 75,000 18-Oct-18 Nunley Constitution    
CJ-2018-107 1305 NW Taylor 12,500 25-Oct-18 Baer County Times    
CJ-2018-319 1901 NW Ash 47,500 25-Oct-18 Kivell County Times    
CJ-2018-255 1523 NW 43rd Street 65,000 25-Oct-18 Kivell County Times    
CJ-2018-438 6602 NW Euclid Avenue 132,000 25-Oct-18 Kivell County Times    
CJ-2018-362 5614 NW Eisenhower Drive 37,000 25-Oct-18 Kivell County Times    
CJ-2018-254 5901 NE Watts Road, Elgin 175,000 25-Oct-18 Baer County Times    
CJ-2014-498 7976 State HWY 65, Lawton 150,000 25-Oct-18 Baer County Times    
CJ-2018-417 1813 NW Lawton 49,000 25-Oct-18 Baer County Times    
CJ-2018-399 4302 NW Floyd Avenue 41,000 25-Oct-18 Baer County Times    
CJ-2018-452 6918 SW Forest Avenue 52,000 25-Oct-18 Baer County Times    
CJ-2018-475 109 SE Trenton Road 64,000 25-Oct-18 Shapiro County Times    
CJ-2017-760 203 West Talbot, Sterling 15,000 25-Oct-18 Shapiro County Times    
CJ-2018-374 7704 SW Franks Court 142,000 25-Oct-18 Shapiro County Times    
CJ-2017-731 1206 SW 24th Street 17,500 25-Oct-18 Baer County Times RECALL 31-Oct-18
CJ-2018-265 1712 NW Ferris Avenue 35,000 25-Oct-18 Mock County Times    
CJ-2018-352 1215 NW Euclid Avenue 30,000 25-Oct-18 Mock County Times    
CJ-2018-361 2416 NE Norman Circle 46,000 25-Oct-18 Mock County Times    
CJ-2018-372 Read Legal 135,000 25-Oct-18 Burgess Constitution    
CJ-2018-434 6804 SW Bainbridge Avenue 63,500 25-Oct-18 Shapiro Constitution    
CJ-2018-454 904 Charlois Avenue, Indiahoma 30,000 25-Oct-18 Austin Constitution    
CJ-2018-13 4724 SE Wilshire Terrace 68,000 25-Oct-18 Nunley Constitution    
CJ-2018-386 Read Legal 42,000 25-Oct-18 Mee Constitution RECALL 26-Oct-18

 

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District 3: Road and Bridge Report

Don Hawthorne, County Commissioner

 

When the work is outside, weather is always a factor. Maybe that goes without saying, but it is the truth when it comes to county road work. This summer has been crazy, going from drought to hard and then soaking rains, putting mowing, grading, and construction behind.

T&G Construction was the low bidder and completed the 2” asphalt overlay of 8th Street in Cache from US 62 to Cache Road, and the 3” overlay of Indiahoma Road from US 62 to Show Place Avenue in Indiahoma. The County did the road preparation work and the Comanche Nation Department of Transportation (CNDOT) funded the overlay. Director Adrian Tehauno and his staff are great to work with, and fund projects that the County could not have afforded.

The CNDOT also funded the oil and chipping of Indiahoma Road from Coombs Road to Baseline Road. On this project the tribe paid for the materials and the County funded the road base work and putting down the materials.

We are currently working with the CNDOT to do a 2” asphalt overlay of four miles of Meers-Porter Hill Road from SH 58 to SH 115 at Meers. Several years ago they paid for the 2” overlay from Porter Hill to SH 58 which covered 7 miles. Once completed, this will put a new surface on the 11 miles from Meers to Porter Hill and is another project that could not have been funded without the good cooperation with Director Tehauno and his staff.

The County road crew recycled the roadway and worked the bar ditches on Woodlawn Road from Crater Road to 115. After we let the traffic on it over the summer, the crew oiled and chipped the road.

The bridge over Boulder Creek on Airport Road, that was started this spring and was scheduled to be completed by the first of July, has been completed. The “road closed” signs have been taken down and traffic is beginning to use the road; however, as of this writing, the striping and putting down grass sod has not been done.

The bridge over Post Oak Creek that replaced the low water crossing on Bishop Road has also been completed. The contractor has to come back and do some final work on drainage problems. The bridge is open to through traffic.

In Cache, the road crew recycled and oiled and chipped 3rd and 4th Streets between C and B Avenues, and Ash and Cherry Avenues between 6th and 5th Streets. The City paid for the materials and the County provided the equipment and labor.

Progress continues on replacing the old truss bridge over West Cache Creek, west of Cache. The basic design has been completed and the engineer had a company collect core samples to determine the depth of the pilings. We have met with the utility companies to find out which ones need to be relocated. A company has been hired to study the environmental impact of the bridge. The construction is scheduled for 2021.

The road crew did some road repair work in Wichita Mtn. Estates and Pecan Valley South. We rented a sweeper attachment for our skid steer to pick up the loose gravel in Pecan Valley South from previous oil and chip projects in that area.

Due to the number of accidents at the intersection at Deyo Mission Road and Lee Blvd, we put up stop signs with red flashing LED lights in hopes that drivers will heed the traffic sign.

We bought the materials for a 30’ x 100’ shed and some of the crew erected it. It will be used to put some of the equipment under so they will be protected when not in use.  

We removed the dirt from the Expo Building at the fair grounds that was used for National Horse play days and the dirt from the Coliseum from the Long Horn Breeder’s Association show. Lately, District 1 puts dirt in and District 3 removes it.

If you have questions or concerns, I can be contacted at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or you may phone the County Barn at 580-429-3217, or the Courthouse office at 580-353-3717.

 

   

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