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Frustration grows over 34th Street

Frustration grows over 34th Street

Woodward News
By Dawnita Fogleman Staff Writer
Updated Nov 15, 2019

Note: This story was corrected on Nov. 15 at 12:30 p.m.

“It’s interfering with everybody that lives on 34th Street, it’s interfering with their lives,” said James Bird, who lives on Robin Drive, just off 34th. “There’s been no work all this week… You can’t finish a project, unless you’re working it. It’s been going on 15 months.”

Bird has good reason to be frustrated. He has to drive up 34th to Downs and around in order to get to work on west Oklahoma Avenue each day. He’s not the only one expressing vexation.

“I visited with Shaun Barnett. Because I was getting questions I couldn't answer,” Tom Fisher, a new member of the City of Woodward Board of Commissioners, said in a recent meeting of the Chamber of Commerce education committee. “In the beginning Woodward received about a $5 million federal grant. Part of it was for 34th Street.” FULL ARTICLE

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