E. B. Thompson
One trustee accuses another of moving outside of the town limits, plus, updates on a new police department for the town.
Residents of the district say that there have been several accidents and one death, due in part to the poor road conditions.
This week’s Planning Commission meeting involved a new QuikTrip store, and several medical marijuana facilities. Get the details inside.
West 81st Street and Frankoma Road neighbors have persisted in their push for the Oklahoma Attorney General to open an investigation into the City of Sapulpa despite the nearby development being denied by the Planning Commission on June 23rd and despite City Attorney David Widdoes’s comments that their allegations are “scurrilous and completely devoid of merit.”
Learn more about this 7-member board, and why they’re instrumental in designing the future of our community.
The North Hickory Street paving improvement project and waterline relocation project should be finished “hopefully next week.”
County Commissions finally resolve the CIRB funds issue, plus items regarding mobile homes, AC units, and speed limit reductions.
City attorney David Widdoes calls the allegations “patently untrue, scurrilous and completely devoid of merit.”
“A pandemic reduces the number of at-need children we can serve.”
Get to know the city councilor who served for nearly a third of Sapulpa’s entire lifetime.