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County Transportation Infrastructure Fund Grant Program

Application Period
Upon receiving a legislative request, the Texas Transportation Commission considered an action on Jan. 30, 2014 to amend minute order No. 113773, to move the current application period of Feb. 7-14, to March 7-14, 2014.
March 7-14 2014
 •Any application submitted before March 7, 2014, will be deemed received by TxDOT on March 7, 2014, for purposes of TxDOT’s review timeline under the applicable statute and rules.
 •No application will be accepted after March 14, 2014.
 •Application submission instructions will be provided at a later date.
From TXDot grant info

On Monday January 20, 2014 the Ochiltree County Commissioners Court met to create a County Energy TransportationReinvestment Zone ( CETRZ ). The zone includes parcels along CR-M from Hwy-83 east to CR-17. The creation of this TRZ will help fund future county road improvements. Adoption of a CETRZ is necessary to apply for energy transportation infrastructure grant funds with TxDOT. The CETRZ order must specify the actual parcels with the zone by tax ID number and real property description. Another step needed was the appointment of an advisory board for the CETRZ. The court appointed Van Hayden, Perry Sooter, Brent Thurman, Steve Waide, and Doug Hale.

CETRZ: Grant Rules, Deadline

CETRZ Webinar





CALL FOR BIDS:
Caliche and Rock bids turned in July 2013

On August 21, 1876 Ochiltree County was created as a county 30 miles square. The county was named for William Beck Ochiltree, a Republic of Texas judge, secretary of treasury, and an officer in the army of the Confederacy. In 1879, having been marked off on the map with boundaries, it was attached to Wheeler County. It remained a part of Wheeler County until it was officially organized in 1889.
 [From
An Early History of Ochiltree County, pp. 68-69]

Ochiltree County is in the northeast Texas Panhandle with its center at 36°17' north latitude and 100°49' west longitude. The County seat is Perryton, Texas.

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