Woodward, Okla. —
Woodward County Commissioners will tackle mostly zoning related requests in their regular meeting Monday.
The commission meets at 10 a.m. in the courthouse.
Before the board of commissioners are two public hearings regarding zoning changes including an 18 acre tract of land owned by James A. Slattery which is situated south of Woodward. The request is to change that zoning from agricultural to Industrial.
Commissioners will also consider a request for the rezoning of a total of seven lots in two separate blocks of the Northwest Passage Industrial park. The request is made by Fisher-Baker Limited Partnership who are requesting that zoning be changed from general commercial to general industrial.
Commissioners will also approve or take action regarding their renewal in ALFA (Association for Land Fill Financial Assurance.) They will also consider their enrollment in the County Officers and Deputies Association and the dues associated with that.