The location would be the first of its kind in the area for girls who are in danger of aging out of the foster care system.
The county notebook contains details you might’ve missed from city and county meetings this week.
Nearby neighbors and property owners showed up in droves to voice their disapproval with the plan, which would turn the largely residential area just southwest of the Creek Turnpike entrance into what some called “an RV junkyard.”
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Among the issues heard at County committee meetings were zoning for a fireworks stand, complaints about medical marijuana facilities, and how the County will handle almost $7 million in ARPA funds.
An application to rezone from agriculture to manufactured home to allow a mobile home on 1.79 acres on Indian Lane in Sapulpa was heard at Tuesday evening’s Creek County Planning Commission meeting. Creek County Planner Wendy Murray said that the property is surrounded by other agricultural areas, and that her office has received several phone…
The decision could be appealed to the Creek County Board of Commissioners.