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.
The Mayor said “we need someone young, ambitious, doesn’t mind speaking their mind, and knows how to run a business.” New City Councilor Richard Hudson certainly meets the criteria.
An audit that breaks down Sapulpa’s financial outlook by position, performance and capability has delivered a score that shows Sapulpa is doing well and improving, financially.
Ward 4, Seat 2 is now vacant after the resignation of Vickie Beyer. Mayor Henderson is set to recommend a replacement in the next few weeks.
The fourteen bids for the project, which will be located off Route 66, just east of the auto museum, all came in well over the budget of $1.545M.
City Manager Joan Riley says Mark’s “passion for Sapulpa and desire to to be a part of its growth and improvement is a tremendous asset for all of us.”
The rescission went into effect immediately.
The bridge on 33rd W. Ave at about 78th street is going to need to be replaced. See what else was discussed at this week’s City Council meeting.