The Founding Feathers project is a large-scale scavenger hunt that will encourage visitors to stop at any of the Chieftain blue metal feathers in 15 historic or iconic locations to gather information about Sapulpa.
Here are items from last week’s county and city meetings that may be of interest to our readers.
Sapulpa City Council unanimously approved the proposed statewide bicycle route that will run the entirety of historic Route 66, a portion of which will run through downtown Sapulpa.
Food trucks are becoming more prevalent in the Sapulpa, and new ordinances are taking effect
Amarillo-based Bruckner Truck Sales will sell its dealership in Tulsa and expand its existing Townwest location, expecting to double its annual sales tax revenue.
Officers Steven Garr and Tyler Stratton took their Oath of Office, vowing, “I will protect the rights, lives, and property of all citizens and uphold the honor of the police profession, with my life, if need be.”
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In a strange turn of events, a Special Use Permit for a new dispensary on Dewey Ave received no motion—neither for nor against—and therefore, no action was taken.
King’s Cross Presbyterian Church will relocate to the former Clary Fields Golf Course clubhouse at 9999 South 49th West Avenue.
The new Rock Creek Golf Course irrigation project has been discussed at several meetings in the last month, and now appears to be moving forward, still under budget.