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.
An early removal of the mask mandate prior to its May 4th expiration doesn’t look likely, but that doesn’t mean certain City Councilors aren’t trying.
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.”
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.
Romine started her career with the City at the Police Department in August of 1983 and was promoted to an accountant in 2008. She’s able to boast that she is the only employee on record to have worked for both the police department and the accounting department.
Expanded trail would eventually stretch from Kelly Lane Park to Jefferson Heights elementary.
During the study session preceding January 19th’s regular City Council meeting proposed changes to the City’s medical marijuana dispensary spacing requirements were discussed at length.
Sapulpa City Council voted 5-4 to extend the mask mandate for an additional 120 days after hearing from several residents who were in favor of ending the mandate, and at least one who supported extending it.
Though the pandemic wrought havoc on our lives in 2020, other things, unrelated to it, have happened in the meantime. Here’s the most important local government stories from the past year.