Comanche County, Oklahoma
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This website was most recently evaluated on 5 August 2012
- Elected Officials
- Names, email addresses, phone numbers, physical addresses are available for the district 1 commissioner and for the district 3 commissioner. However, no information is available for the district 2 commissioner. As of the last rating of this website, it is unclear as to whether the district 2 position is filled.
- County audits are posted
- No budget information is listed.
- Meeting minutes are not available
- Administrative Officials
- No information on administrative officials is available
- Building permits
- No information on permits is available
- Information on zoning and the Department of Planning and Zoning is not provided.
- Does not disclose if belongs to government sector lobbying associations.
- Public Records
- Information on how to make a public records request is not provided on the site.
- No tax rates or other tax information is available.
Comanche, OK received approximately $136,700,000 in stimulus funding, approximately $1,000 per person.
|TRANSPORTATION, OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF||$14,217,384||Grant||Highway Planning and Construction USDOT - FHWA Transportation Infrastructure Project in partnership with the Oklahoma Department of Transportation||Transportation, Department of /Federal Highway Administration||5/2/2009|
|LAWTON PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT I-8||$8,451,701||Grant||State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF) - Education State Grants, Recovery Act Education Fund- for the support of public elementary, secondary, and postsecondary education and, as, applicable, early childhood education programs and services.||Education, Department of /Office of Elementary and Secondary Education||7/2/2009|
|MULTIPLE RECIPIENTS||$4,460,750||DIRECT P||Social Security Economic Recovery Act Payments||Social Security Administration||6/30/2009|
|F G HAGGERTY COMPANY INC||$4,365,701||Contract||NO_CFDA_U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, except civil program financing As a part of Operation and Maintenance, Army, Recovery Act on the following project numbers, the contractor will be required to a complete a variety of mechanical work at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, as described below. Project Number 22374... Show more||Army, Department of / U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, except civil program financing||3/18/2010|
|HCM&J, INC.||$4,225,424||Contract||NO_CFDA_U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, except civil program financing As a part of Operation and Maintenance, Army, Recovery Act, the following has been awarded: FY09-10 ARRA Project - Electrical Work at Multiple Locations, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, including: (1) Repair / Replace Component Feeder 6 & 7,... Show more||Army, Department of / U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, except civil program financing||3/30/2010|
|THE ROSS GROUP CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION||$4,015,923||Contract||NO_CFDA_U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, except civil program financing As a part of Operation and Maintenance, Army, Recovery Act on the following project numbers, the contractor will be required to a complete a variety of mechanical work at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, as described below. Project Number 22374... Show more||Army, Department of / U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, except civil program financing||3/18/2010|
|F G HAGGERTY COMPANY INC||$3,862,217||Contract||NO_CFDA_U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, except civil program financing As a part of Operation and Maintenance, Army, Recovery Act on Recovery Project Number 37805, Repair B730 Snow Hall - heating, ventilating and air conditioning, plumbing, electrical, fire protection, latrines, classrooms, lighting, f... Show more||Army, Department of / U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, except civil program financing||3/26/2010|
|LAWTON PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT I-8||$3,750,356||Grant||Title I Grants to Local Educational Agencies, Recovery Act Improve teaching and learning for students most at risk of failing to meet State Academic Achievement standards||Education, Department of /Office of Elementary and Secondary Education||4/1/2009|
The Board of County Commissioners, created by the State Constitution, is composed of three commissioners elected by the people. The county is divided into three districts, as equal in population as possible and numbered 1, 2, and 3 respectively. One commissioner is elected from each district. Boundaries are set once every 10 years following the federal census.
Although they are elected by district, county commissioners are elected to a board and, as such, are responsible to the county as a whole. As the county's administrative and business management entity, the board is required by law to hold a regular meeting on the first Monday of each month and to execute a wide range of legal and fiscal duties. Among the board's responsibilities are the powers to make orders and authorizations, to inspect and approve county programs and facilities, to supervise the financial affairs of the county, to investigate the performance of county officials and to designate, construct and maintain the county infrastructure.
The district 1 commissioner is Gail Turner. His term will end in December 2014.
The district 3 commissioner is Don Hawthorne. His term will end in December 2014.
See also: Oklahoma government sector lobbying
- [http://www.comanchecounty.us/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=130&Itemid=193 Comanche County, OK -- Commissioners' Meetings
- Comanche County, OK -- Meeting Agendas and Minutes
- Comanche County, OK -- District 1
- Comanche County, OK -- District 3
- Propublica -- Comanche, OK