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City’s wastewater treatment facility reaching capacity

As the City of Yukon polls citizens on the type of amenities they would like to see through a General Obligation Bond or Sales Tax, one item is threatening to be placed on the wish-list through necessity. The wastewater treatment plant has reached capacity in terms of water flow it is able to handle. The…

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City sets sights on future funding

The City of Yukon has begun the work of developing the foundation of tax questions in plans for improvements within city limits. During the study session leading up to the second council meeting on June 15, city officials outlined upcoming plans to secure funding for projects. On the agenda, the city listed a discussion of…

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Youth fun abounds at Yukon parks’ events

Children in the Yukon area don’t need to go far to find summertime entertainment. The City of Yukon is hosting several events and activities throughout the summer geared toward the youth. Many began this week but there still are opportunities to take part later in the month. Jackie Cooper Gymnasium will host to two free…

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City completes ADA-friendly park renovations

Visitors to two of Yukon’s city parks might notice a few new additions that help make the outdoor spaces a fun and safe place for everyone. Parks and Recreation Director Jan Scott said the city has been working to upgrade facilities so they’re compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act. And at places like Taylor…

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Road projects, parking lots top Yukon’s capital improvement wish list

Yukon City Manager Jim Crosby unveiled a capital improvement proposal that includes 12 projects that city officials and residents have identified as priorities. Most of the projects relate to road work, although he pointed out that only the first two are projects that must be completed — Frisco Road interchange and State Highway 4 bridge…

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City OKs hiring marshals for warrant, fine enforcement

By Larissa Copeland The Yukon Police Department will soon have help with some aspects of law enforcement, thanks to an emergency ordinance approved Tuesday by the Yukon City Council. Ordinance 1390, passed unanimously, creates the office of Yukon city marshal, a CLEET-certified position intended to focus on executing warrants, serving subpoenas and acting as bailiff…

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City manager unveils ‘flat,’ $53M budget

Yukon city employees would receive a 3% cost-of-living increase, along with step raises under a proposed $53 million budget reviewed by the city council Wednesday in a special meeting. City Manager Jim Crosby described the proposed $53,261,169 budget as “flat.” It is up only slightly when compared to the city’s 2018-19 fiscal year budget. Crosby…

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Yukon sales tax shows growth

As Yukon city officials prepare to meet Wednesday to discuss what City Manager Jim Crosby calls a “flat” budget, they got some good news. The city saw its first increased sales tax report in more than six months when compared to both the previous month and last May. The report, which was produced by the…

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Opening date set for city aquatic sites

Summer is nearly here, and officials with the Yukon Parks and Recreation Department say the local aquatic facilities will be open beginning Memorial Day weekend. Yukon has two aquatic centers along with a splash pad. The City Splash pool, located in City Park, and Kimbell Bay pool, located a Kimbell Park, will open on May…

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Yukon receives new fire truck, strikes deal with OKC

The Yukon Fire Department has a new big, shiny red toy fire truck, and it arrived Monday. The fire department showed off its new engine just before the start of Tuesday’s city council meeting. The engine will be housed at Station 2, which is on S. Fifth Street. It will replace the current Engine 2,…

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