Residents sounded off on politics, county commissioners and utility companies in several letters to the editor on Sunday.
Commissioners deserve thanks in battle with utilities
Thanks for publishing the recent article about our county commissioners’ hard work to make sure utilities follow rules in filing permits. (Commissioners Berate Utilities For Neglecting Permits). This is just another example of how lucky the voters of Rogers County are to have Mike Helm, Kirt Thacker and Dan DeLozier serve as our county commissioners.
These three have consistently worked hard to make sure Rogers County is the best in Oklahoma. I was also pleased to see one company, AT&T, was singled out by the commissioners for following the county’s permit rules. I’m sure AT&T’s diligence in filing permits allows the commissioners more time to effectively concentrate on matters critical to the success of Rogers County, instead of corporate oversights.
Again, thanks for running the story. It provided another excellent example of how our commissioners and AT&T are committed to outstanding quality of service in this area.
Kirt Thacker has always been there for us
I just wanted to thank Kirt Thacker for the good job he and his crew has been doing on our roads in Rogers County.
He has always been there for us when we needed him. During the ice and snow storms our roads were always taken care of. The potholes were fixed quickly, and our road was also re-paved.
It make you feel safe when you know the county commissioner is there looking out for you. We have had some commissioners who were never there when we needed their help. We would call and call just to get promises but no action. Just because somebody has lived in Rogers County all their life does not qualify them to be a county commissioner.
I do not know Kirt Thacker personally, but I do know he does his job and does it right. All the Remingtons on 4210 will be voting for him. Thank you Kirt.
Steven, Marsha, Jerry and Barbara Remington