ASCOG HIGHLIGHTS – 2012
Point of contact for staff (50); division directors (8); ASCOG Trustees (38); Foundation Directors (3); and public. Reconstitution of Board and election of officers annually in June Annual Meeting in September News N’Briefs monthly Two training days each year with mandated safety training
Community & Economic Development
3 codebooks completed / 5 ongoing 20 new ordinances written 6 CIPs completed / 3 ongoing CDBG: 6 completed / 11 ongoing / 7 new awarded REAP: 32 completed / 37 ongoing / 26 new awarded
Hazard Mitigation: 1 multi-jurisdiction plan update approved by FEMA 2 county plans approved by FEMA for five-year update and change to multi-jurisdictions 4 municipal sewage lagoons cleaned 4 sludge management plans approved by DEQ
Brownfields (asbestos) 2 grant applications submitted to EPA (Assessment - $200K & RLF - $1M) 4 blanket abatement contracts written: Lawton - Robert Greiner School ($25,438); Marlow – 112 N. Ash ($1.928); Caddo County Courthouse – Former Jail ($57,858) & SE Wing ($6,970) 2 sites assessed (FSIS & LURA) 1 DEQ-EPA Asbestos Abatement Grant approved (FSIS) Approx. $200K
23 DOD used trucks placed, inspected, in service with title given 100 operational checks @ $4,455 to each ASCOG RFD 8 firefighter training events 12 rural fire coordinator meetings 12 firefighter organizational meetings, training, grants, legislation, etc.