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Holmes Park Huskies hosted representatives from John Christner Trucking in honor of Truck Driver Appreciation Week, which kicked off Monday.
While pleasantly serving lunch to anyone walking into Sapulpa’s American Legion Post 36 on Lee Ave. during Sapulpa’s Route 66 Blowout, Angela Foresman, its Commander, took time to remember her 9/11 day twenty years ago.
According to numerous reports, Nixon, the president who started the war on drugs, smuggled three pounds of the “Devil’s Lettuce” into the United States for acclaimed entertainer Louis Armstrong.
All precincts have now reported in, and Whitehouse won 76.32% of the vote, while his challenger, has taken 23.68%.
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.