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Fri September 18, 2009
Tulsa, OK – Tulsa County held a series of public meetings to discuss a portion of the Arkansas River Master Plan. The plan spans the Arkansas River from the Keystone Dam to Jenks and includes low water dam construction and rehabilitation, ecosystem restoration, shoreline stabilization and recreational uses.
The purpose of the meetings? To inform the public of the current status of the projects and recommendations for future studies, and request input that would be incorporated in to the Environmental Summary Report.
Tulsa County Commissioners Karen Keith and Fred Perry were on hand to discuss the project and answer questions. Engineers and planners also were available to discuss technical specifications and aspects of the project.
Funding of this portion of the Master Plan is provided by Vision 2025 and federal dollars.