A few entities voiced their complaints in writing about the proposed operation, however, none appeared to speak at the meeting.
At Monday evening’s Administration and Finance Committee meeting, City Manager Joan Riley explained that she has given the destination the working title of “Rock Creek Park” and that Sapulpa firm Reed Architecture & Interiors is working on design renderings to present to City Council.
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.”
An Sapulpa business’s application for a Special Exception to allow a wedding venue and event center and a variance to allow gravel for parking and driveway made for a lengthy discussion at Tuesday evening’s Creek County Board of Adjustment meeting.
McGill will serve as the organization’s Interim Executive Director until the Board is able to find a replacement for the late Rita Diehl, who passed away in June.
The last car of a legacy that has spanned more than seven decades was sold on Saturday afternoon.
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.
The new station will replace the old one, located at 10 E. Murphy, just east of South Main.
Creek County Highway employee Jacob Pilgrim will be the new Emergency Management assistant, as of Monday, August 16th.
The store has partnered with Hissho Sushi, a North Carolina-based food company that makes restaurant-style sushi available to consumers in venues such as neighborhood grocery stores, airports, and universities.