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KATS Director

Phone: (918) ***-****  
Email: c***@***.org
The KI BOIS Community Action Foundation Inc
200 Se A St
Stigler , Oklahoma 74462
United States

Company Description: KI BOIS Community Action Foundation serves counties - Latimer, LeFlore, Haskell, and Pittsburg. Covering 4,134 square miles, the total population of the four...   more
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KI BOIS Staff
www.kibois.org, 8 July 2015 [cached]
Charla Sloan KATS Director
KI BOIS Community Action Foundation - Staff Listing
www.kibois.org, 8 May 2010 [cached]
Charla Sloan KI BOIS Area Transit Director
Charla Sloan Transit ...
www.nationalrtap.org, 16 July 2015 [cached]
Charla Sloan Transit Director Ki Bois Area Transit System PO Box 727 Stigler, OK 74462 Phone: 918-967-3365
charla.sloan@kibois.org
oktransitassociation.com - OTA Officers
oktransitassociation.com, 19 Jan 2012 [cached]
Charla Sloan, KiBois Area Transit System (KATS), Stigler
The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK - Transit official wants Oklahoma tax dollars to stay in state
www.enidnews.com, 2 Aug 2006 [cached]
Charla Sloan wants her money back.
Sloan is president of Oklahoma Transit Association and wants Oklahoma's share of the fuel tax paid by residents to the federal government to come to Oklahoma.She said local transit systems, like Enid Transit, need the money.Sloan administers a transit system near Tahlequah.
"Everyone who fuels their vehicle pays 36 cents a gallon tax, and part of that goes to mass transit, to Washington, D.C., and states receive a small portion back," she said.
However, Oklahoma is a donor state and gets little back.The national formula benefits states with large populations.Those other states are using Oklahoma's money to fund their own public transportation systems, she said.
Last year, Oklahoma lost $12.5 million, of which Enid would have received about $300,000, she said.The state received only $1 million back from the federal government.
"Ridership has increased because more people can't afford to drive to work or the grocery store or the doctor," she said."We're just asking for Oklahoma's money back, not anyone else's."
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Sloan brought up the issue Tuesday during a town hall meeting by U.S. Rep.
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