Mayor Mick Cornett recently announced he will not be seeking re-election, and many have already thrown their names into the ring.
“Connection is the key,” Ward 7 Councilman John Pettis Jr. said.
“Ultimately, we want a system we can be proud of, a system that reflects the values of this community and brings thousands of jobs to central Oklahoma.”
Oklahoma Gazette remembers former mayor and councilman James Norick, who died March 4.
Following a three-hour hearing last week, Oklahoma City’s Downtown Design Review Committee (DDRC) voted to approve a developer’s request to demolish nine historic buildings downtown.
Fear of potential abuse of new tech often feeds governmental and societal apprehensions of innovations, whether they be drones, self-driving cars or rideshare services.
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OKC Mayor Mick Cornett spoke to Chuck Todd on a Sept. 7 episode of Meet the Press.
Copies of the letters sent by Friends for a Better Boulevard sent to the Oklahoma City council and mayor.
Sales tax collections dip Oklahoma City’s combined sales tax collections were 5 percent below target for the year in March. “The thing that has had the biggest impact [in declining sales tax] is income levels are down a bit in the metro area,” said Doug Dowler, the city’s budget director. A response with major spending…