The Creek County Emergency Ambulance Service District (CCEASD) Board continues to work on and improve its financial statements and accounting practices, the discussion of which dominated Thursday evening’s regular meeting.
Ever wonder how the call breakdown for our Creek County Ambulance happens? Get a list of how many calls were canceled, how many patients refused care, and more.
Here are details from this week’s meetings that didn’t make it into the main stories.
City officials say the move will greatly improve the character, function, and safety of the downtown transportation network.
During the executive session at its last regular meeting on Monday, November 1st, Sapulpa City Council voted to move forward with pursuing legal action against Taneha Utilities Authority for its $608,725.17 past due balance with the City for sewer services, plus other interest and fees.
See the updates from some of our regular city, county and area meetings from last week.
“We need to invest our ARPA money, and not just spend it. Teaching these kids to read well, that’s the gift we need them to leave with.”
Owner Leslie Day says cost increases, shipping delays and inventory shortages are a few of the reasons why she’s no longer considering rebuilding Day’s Discount Lumber in Sapulpa.
The new restaurant is set to open in mid-2022, will feature an ice cream parlor, homemade dessert cakes and more, plus be open seven days a week.
The Bluffs will contain 15 lots, 11 of which are to be light residential, 4 of which are in a floodplain and will remain agricultural, to be used as pasture land.