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Alternative Fuel Car Charging Station Announced at Pawhuska City Commission



Pawhuska is getting an alternative fuel charging station. A $20,000 grant check was presented to the Pawhuska City Council Tuesday evening by Palma Lough of the Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority for meeting the criteria to qualify for the Competitive Utility Program. After applying for a re-ocurring grant early this year, and City Manager Larry Eulert announced the car charging station is on its way.


The city commissioners also discussed upcoming events with Chamber of Commerce Director Joni Nash who announced the Roy Clark Memorial Rodeo is coming in April and the OK Freewheel is in June. Nash said they need volunteers to help around the city to prepare for those and other upcoming events.


Also, congratulations to Steve Hughes who was recognized as the Code Enforcement Officer of the Year. Hughes shoed horses for nearly 30 years before joining the city government.

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