E. B. Thompson
Despite Shirey’s insistence that she played no part in the creation of the book, it was important to Walsh “to keep [his] promise and deliver the first signed copy of the book to the one person whom [he] credits for making [his] dream come true.”
The updated downtown master plan includes road changes, creating more living space downtown, and creating a “cohesive, diverse section comprising of the downtown and its surrounding streets and alleys.”
Internet upgrades and utility permits were also discussed, and it might be the last week for the emergency resolution for the county courthouse complex.
Downtown Master Plan (DMP) consultants, Ken Boone and Taylor Plummer, from Ochsner Hare & Hare (OHH), introduced members of the City Council to the comprehensive redevelopment plan they have created at the Council’s study session on Monday evening at City Hall.
Smaller, more rural fire departments stand to gain the most, though Sapulpa might be carrying the majority of the tax burden.
The applicant has proposed a single-family subdivision on 24.5 acres, containing 23 to 24 half-acre lots and four reserve areas for a private street and retention pond.
The decision could be appealed to the Creek County Board of Commissioners.
“We have an OSBI Agent that offices with us and we have partnerships with other State and Federal law enforcement agencies. We are working to get other officers commissioned for the Task Force and hope to add more in the future. This joint effort is part of the McGirt Ruling.”
“There won’t be another tower like it around. It will be great, not just for us, but for all surrounding communities. We have big plans for it.”
Kellyville began a search for a new town attorney after the resignation of Clay Fees last month. At February’s meeting, on Tuesday the 9th, veteran local attorney Andrew Nestor III threw in his hat.