With work set to start on a new affordable housing project at 1410 W. Willow in "the next week to two weeks," the developer in charge returned to Enid for a second town hall discussion to ease the worries of neighboring residents.
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Developers of an affordable housing project at 1410 W. Willow are returning to Enid for a second town hall meeting Thursday to again hear concerns of residents nearby to the planned low-rent apartments.
Victor Lezama’s enthusiasm for the upcoming veterans’ center The Barracks remains obvious even in the face of the work ahead. As Lezama walks down hallways stacked with furniture and building materials and half-completed paint jobs, he discusses projects like family rooms and gym rooms, showing off examples of donated equipment.
Choctaw Nation Chief Gary Batton said he’s happy more tribal members will become homeowners soon.
Enid Police Department officers located a stolen AmTryke about noon Wednesday and arrested the man they found riding it.
The AmTryke — a tricycle-like vehicle specifically created to allow individuals with mobility struggles to ride a bike or trike easier for exercise — was donated to the 65-year-old victim.
A bridge on East 0270 Road near Pond Creek is one of 34 structurally deficient county bridges that will be replaced with help from a $3.5 million grant through the U.S. Department of Transportation's competitive highway bridge program, according to the Oklahoma Transporation Commission.