Idabel Commissioner

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McCurtain County Commissioner 207 South Central Avenue Idabel OK 74745 580-286-5570

McCurtain County Commissioner 1604 W Martin Luther King Ave Idabel OK 74745 580-286-3209

McCurtain County Commissioner 759 Dalton Avenue Valliant OK 74764 16.8 miles from Idabel 580-933-4405

Bowie County Commissioner 801 Texas 8 New Boston TX 75570 38.3 miles from Idabel 903-628-2278

Choctaw County Commissioner 300 East Duke Street Hugo OK 74743 39.6 miles from Idabel 580-326-5331

Le Flore County Commissioner 69268 US Highway 259 Smithville OK 74957 43.3 miles from Idabel 580-244-3118

Lamar County Commissioner 119 North Main Street Paris TX 75460 44.9 miles from Idabel 903-737-2467

Pushmataha County Commissioner 304 Southwest B Street Antlers OK 74523 50.7 miles from Idabel 580-298-2512

Titus County Commissioner 2835 Farm Road 1000 Mount Pleasant TX 75455 52.1 miles from Idabel 903-572-0402

Bowie County Commissioner Fm 3244 Texarkana TX 75501 55.5 miles from Idabel 903-838-8691

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About Commissioners

Are County Commission meetings open to the public?

Yes, County Commission meetings are public meetings. Meeting notices and agendas must be posted in advance. State statutes identify certain topics, such as labor negotiations, that a County Commission may consider during an executive session, which is closed to the public.

How many Commissioners serve on a County Commission?

Most County Commissions have between three and nine County Commissioners. County Commissions always have an odd number of Commissioners to prevent tie votes. Some examples of single member Boards of Commissioners exist, but these are very rare.

Can a County Commissioner be an employee of the County?

Rules vary, but generally a sitting Commissioner cannot apply for and be hired for a position within the county they serve. Some jurisdictions may allow for an existing employee to run for County Commissioner.