Enid City Commission is set to hear a Kaw Lake update, discuss a floodplain ordinance and make numerous board appointments in its study and regular sessions Tuesday night. In study session prior to the regular meeting, commissioners are scheduled to discuss the updated Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) federal flood insurance rate map, along with review of an accompanying floodplain ordinance. Enid City Commission is scheduled to meet in study session at 5 p.m. with the regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. upstairs in commission chambers.
A 41-year-old Major County man, a convicted sex offender, was charged Friday with another sex offense felony/ Jason Paul Pierce, of Fairview, was charged March 15 with one felony count of lewd or indecent acts to a child, according to court documents filed in Major County District Court. The crime is punishable by up to 25 years in prison and a fine of $10,000. However, due to a previous conviction, the felony is amendable to a punishment of six years to life in prison.
Enid firefighters were called out to a fire early Monday afternoon, the second in the last four days at the same residence. When firefighters arrived at the residence, no residents were inside. The EFD asks anyone who lives in the area ad knows anything about the fires to contact Enid Fire Department at (580) 234-0541.
Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice John Reif will retire at the end of April after serving on the state’s highest court for nearly 12 years. Reif submitted a letter to Gov. Kevin Stitt announcing his retirement effective April 30, according to a Friday release.