County Notebook: Molina appointed City Councilor, next week is “Farm Bureau Week”

Sapulpa City Council: Carla Gunn, Vice-Mayor, was appointed as the GO Bond Committee Chair by Mayor Henderson, who will also remain a member.

Jeff Molina was appointed and welcomed as Ward 1 City Councilor Monday evening.

The budget for vaccinations, neuters and spays for shelter animals was increased. There is a little over $15,000 budgeted already, and the city is adding to that to be able to make it to the end of the year as dogs continue to go out.

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Board of County Commissioners: 6829 Frankoma Road in Sapulpa was approved to be rezoned from agricultural to residential. The applicant, Colten Rhoades, plans to use it as storage for a gutter installation and cleaning company.

The County signed a proclamation announcing Creek County Farm Bureau Week from the 21st through the 25th of February. The Bureau has approximately 1,184 members.

A new dump truck was purchased for $85,900 to be used by the county. There was only a single bid as the trucks are hard to find due to vehicle chip shortages in America. The board is also seeking a new or used service truck with a crane. They’re aiming for a 2010 or newer model for less than $250,000.

The Creek County Clerk’s Office donated 14 chairs and 5 computer monitors they weren’t using to the Kellyville Fire Department this week.

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