“To be able to graduate from the same college on the same day with [my son] just made it that much more incredible and memorable.”
Though the pandemic wrought havoc on our lives in 2020, other things, unrelated to it, have happened in the meantime. Here’s the most important local government stories from the past year.
At the end of a short and efficient regular City Council meeting, Mayor Craig Henderson announced to the Council, public, and city staff that COVID-19 “vaccines are here,” in Sapulpa.
On Monday, December 28th the Board of County Commissioners chose a replacement for Paul Farris, Creek County’s retiring County Project Manager. Glen Mouser will begin training for the job January 4 with a starting annual salary at the Foreman Rate of $45,463.44. District #1 Commissioner Newt Stephens stated that there were two applicants for the…
Lots of updates at last week’s Creek County Commissioners meeting, including a look at some upcoming project completions, and changes to the Creek County Fairgrounds
Mayor Craig Henderson, a member of the Administration and Finance Committee, commented, “This is about the community at large…We as a committee need to do this for the people of Sapulpa.”
At the December 14th Board of County Commissioners meeting, Creek County District 2 Commissioner Leon Warner was unanimously selected to act as the trustee for the proposed Creek County 911 Trust Authority, a public trust consisting of nine members from various county organizations and one County Commissioner.
First Presbyterian Church celebrates 125 years as we recall the lasting impressions it’s made on our town. Several projects that FPC began have spun off into their own self-sustaining organizations that remain today.
Sapulpa’s Liberty Park is getting upgraded to be an “Inclusive playground,” meaning that everyone can play, not just children, but their caretakers, as well.
On Monday the Creek County Board of Commissioners signed a contract with Guardian RFID for the jail’s new Inmate Tracking System.