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My Comments on the Encompass 2040 Association of Central Oklahoma Governments transportation plan.

October 9. 2016 ACOG Transportation Planning Division 21 E Main Street #100 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73104 Re: Comments about the Encompass 2040 Plan To whom it may concern: I have reviewed the “draft executive summary” of your Encompass 2040 Plan … Continue reading

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Ten days car free in Okie City.

Ten days “car free” in Okie City ended today when my mechanic called and said they had finally figured out all the little problems that resulted from the attempt on May 25th to steal my car, the second such event … Continue reading

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An adventure along Northwest Expressway

So I met a man on my way home after choir practice tonight along Northwest Expressway. I was in the right lane, going east, when I had to come to a stop, east of McArthur, by the Taco Bell and … Continue reading

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Gas prices zooming

Well isn’t this just special — a quick zoom up in the price of gasoline.  I know we are all comforted by the fact that Mick and Meg and the rest of the OKC City Council have responsibly and prudently … Continue reading

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