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City Council creates transportation advisory committee

City Council creates transportation advisory committee

Stillwater News Press
By Michelle Charles
Feb 7, 2020

A citizens advisory committee has been created to provide input on three major transportation projects in Stillwater. The City Council received 18 applications; enough to appoint everyone and divide them them into subcommittees.

Unlike most city committees or task forces, this one doesn’t require that members live within the city limits. At least some of the applicants appointed Monday live outside but near Stillwater.

They still use the city’s streets and own businesses or have some other vested interest in its transportation system, Mayor Will Joyce said.

The committee members will help with planning a proposed bike corridor along Husband Street, a widening of Sangre Road between 26th and 6th avenues and an Oklahoma Department of Transportation rebuilding of 6th Avenue, which is also State Highway 51... FULL ARTICLE

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