- Ada, Oklahoma

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June 18, 2013

Input sought on Main Street lighting project


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“We have already requested the city move forward with the lighting and traffic signals,” Forshay said. “The bulk of the budget will go toward lighting and signals at five intersections. With the remainder of the budget, we plan to hold a couple of public forums to design the other elements of Main Street and get as much of whatever it is people want done, done.


“We hope residents are able to take the opportunity if they’re interested and if they have some ideas they’ll come and share those with us,” Forshay said, referring to Wednesday’s public meeting.


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