Members of the Caddo Valley City Council learned during its May meeting Tuesday evening that progress was made in response to combating turbulent weather.

Members of the Caddo Valley City Council learned during its May meeting Tuesday evening that progress was made in response to combating turbulent weather.
Two new culverts were approved for Hot Springs Drive and Cook Lane.
It has been acknowledged that flooding from the recent rain storms had an influence in the new developments. It is hoped that the culverts will help prevent damages to streets and bridges.
The additions’ work will be handled by Ron Penney Construction. At this time, an exact date to start the work is unknown.
Also during the meeting, the water audit was reviewed and noted to be in “good standing.”