Two more meetings will be held this week by the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality regarding potential projects for the $3 million Climate Pollution Reduction Grant received earlier in the year.
One will be held Tuesday, November 28 at 5:30 p.m. in the DEQ headquarters located at 707 N. Robinson Ave in downtown Oklahoma City. The Oklahoma City meeting includes an option to attend virtually. Register now: www.zoomgov.com/meeting/register/vJItd-2rrzssHD401w3qbBxRAVhwTybV7l8
The second will be held in Lawton on Thursday, November 30 beginning at 5:30 p.m. The Lawton event will be held on the Cameron University campus in Room 211/212 of the McMahon Centennial Complex or student center located at 2800 West Gore Blvd.
Four remaining public meetings will be held in December in Poteau, Burns Flat, Tulsa and Miami.
The DEQ is attempting to get feedback on the potential projects that could be funded by the grant. It is also the lead agency for the grant program and is working with multiple partners to develop a statewide Priority Action Plan, a Comprehensive Action Plan and a Status Report. Through the two kinds of plans, DEQ will develop a statewide greenhouse gas inventory and creation of plans to reduce emissions from pollutants and greenhouse gases.