“There is lots of buzz in our downtown. This incentive builds on that momentum to bring eating options our citizens are hoping to see.”
City Hall is without internet, construction increasing in downtown Sapulpa, and students are preparing for the last few days of school
Here’s an update of what’s happening this week, in case you missed it this morning!
Several municipal, civic, and ministerial organizations are making a big impact on families in the Sapulpa area and beyond this holiday season.
Hoosier will no longer be a contender for the Ward One seat in February’s election
Board of Adjustment, Christmas parade, and the Taco Bell Drive-Thru are part of this week’s County Notebook
See the details from multiple city and county meetings that didn’t make it into a feature story.
Candidates for City Council include familiar and new faces, making for an interesting contest in a couple of the City’s wards.
The new boutique hasn’t even been open for six months, but it’s had rocks thrown through it twice. Business owners in the area say a lack of street lighting could be to blame.
City officials say the move will greatly improve the character, function, and safety of the downtown transportation network.
During the executive session at its last regular meeting on Monday, November 1st, Sapulpa City Council voted to move forward with pursuing legal action against Taneha Utilities Authority for its $608,725.17 past due balance with the City for sewer services, plus other interest and fees.
The new restaurant is set to open in mid-2022, will feature an ice cream parlor, homemade dessert cakes and more, plus be open seven days a week.
The City has approved an ordinance establishing a maximum stay of 14 days for RVs.