Do you remember that survey Luther residents were asked to complete last summer? The Eastern Oklahoma County Partnership, a public-private organization that focuses on economic development, shared a $500,000 grant with its member towns, including Luther, to tackle the work of comprehensive planning for the growing areas. The result of that survey and a year’s work
If you could see into the future, what would your town look like? There is a renewed effort in Luther to come up with a Master Plan for the town. Those involved are quick to emphasize that such a Master Plan doesn’t mean it’s a final plan, but it is a guiding post to chart
That’s a planning conversation – evaluating where you’ve been, listening to your neighbors on where they’d like to go, and setting specific steps on how to get there.
The Eastern Oklahoma County Partnership is asking for your input on a survey to determine what kind of growth you want for your hometown. The survey will take about ten minutes or less to complete and asks question about your age and income; as well as what kind of home you’d like to live in;
Shout out to my friend Shari! She was either sick of me whining about forgetting to purchase a new tripod for my phone (aka camera) or she was dizzy from watching our hand-held Periscope broadcasts of Luther school board and town board meetings. She surprised me by buying The Luther Register a new tripod that will
The four Trustees of the Luther Town Board could not agree Tuesday night on who to select to fill a vacancy on the board. Two “candidates” put in their names for consideration: Mike McClure and Andy McDaniels. A third person, Ron Johnson, did not attend the meeting. McClure told the board he had 37 years of