Comanche County, Oklahoma

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City, county to reap supplemental funding


The City of Lawton and Comanche County will benefit financially from a law signed by Gov. Mary Fallin Monday.

Fallin signed Senate Bill 1959, which provides $92.5 million in emergency supplemental funding for needs in education, public safety, natural disaster relief and at the Chief Medical Examiner’s Office.

Locally, Comanche County is owed $339,000 for the state’s portion of Federal Emergency Management Agency disaster relief for winter storms that wreaked havoc in recent years.

Gail Turner, chairman of the Comanche County commissioners, said Sen. Randy Bass, D-Lawton, told him a few weeks ago the bill was coming and that state leaders intended to pay the counties funds owed.



Trail Road overhaul complete


Repairs to Trail Road are complete — and the construction signs are finally coming down today.

Eastern District Comanche County Commissioner Gail Turner said the repairs to an important north-south artery in his district could not have been made without the financial assistance of the Comanche Nation, which paid for the approximately $1.34 million paving project.

Turner said the county began discussing a partnership on the Trail Road project with the Comanches about five years ago.



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