McCasland elected as VP of OCEA
Comanche’s code enforcement officer, Wayne McCasland, was elected as the vice president of the Oklahoma Code Enforcement Association last week at their fall conference in Enid. McCasland was one of seven officers across the state nominated for this position. He was selected because of his strong ethics, his professional approach to local code enforcement and his many contributions across the state within the industry. He will serve the organization with a two-year term.
“Wayne has been a vital part of the Comanche staff for several years,” said Chuck Ralls, Comanche city manager. “Since coming to Comanche he has been recognized as the Oklahoma Code Enforcement Officer of the Year and the Keep Oklahoma Beautiful Law Enforcement Officer of the Year. I greatly appreciate the positive exposure he brings to Comanche and I’m glad to share him and his knowledge with other communities across our great state.”
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