Oklahoma Turnpike Authority director announces resignation

Ponca City Now - December 23, 2015 7:55 am

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – The executive director of the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority has announced his resignation and will take a similar position in Colorado.

Tim Stewart said in a news release Tuesday that he will resign Jan. 31 to accept a post with E-470 Public Highway Authority in Denver. Stewart has worked for the OTA for 31 years and has been executive director since April 2013.

Neal McCaleb was named interim director of the OTA. McCaleb is a former Oklahoma Secretary of Transportation and served as assistant secretary of the interior under President George W. Bush.

 

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