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November 22, 2013

Rogers County hosts CED No. 1 meeting

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CLAREMORE —

The CED is responsible for allocating funds from the Emergency Transportation Revolving Fund and the Surface Transportation Program. 
Rogers County has projects scheduled as part of an 8-year plan including Winganon Crossing, Spunky Creek, Sweetwater Creek, Seminole Creek bridges and 193rd E. Ave. expansion as well as Keetonville Road resurfacing.
The CED provides funds to each county for large projects to give the counties an opportunity to complete large projects. The funds are provided upfront to purchase the resources needed to finish a project, i.e. asphalt, gravel, culverts etc.
Once the project is complete the county repays the CED.

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