Tag Archives: Meg Salyer

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Main Street Arcade reopens to favorable fanfare

Main Street Arcade reopens to favorable fanfare

Main Street Arcade, renovated by Gardner Architects and Lingo Construction, reopened in early August.

Ward 5 Councilman David Greenwell, and Ward 6 Councilwoman Meg Salyer, listen to Curbside Chronicle editor, Rayna O'Connor, speak during the 12-2-15 Oklahoma City Council meeting.  (Mark Hancock)

Oklahoma City Council votes to form tax force focused on reform

Oklahoma City Council and others seek reforms and more transparency in Oklahoma tax laws.

In 2007, Paula Stover looks out over the Plaza District with Lyric Theatre’s front facade under renovation in the background. | Photo Gazette / file

Paula Stover wins Urban Pioneer Award

This year’s Urban Pioneer Award honors years of work by Lyric Theatre’s managing director Paula Stover.

Existing "Tobacco Free Park" sign at a playground area of Will Rogers Park, off North Portland Avenue in Oklahoma City, 12-23-15.  (Mark Hancock)

Metro Briefs: city wastewater, museum money and smoking ban

Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust chooses new wastewater treatment management, the Chickasaw Nation makes a bid for The American Indian Cultural Center and Museum and Oklahoma City Council bans smoking on OKC property.

Jonathan Dodson speaks during a Better Classen presentation at City Pres Church in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, June 23, 2015.  (Garett Fisbeck)

News Briefs: Classen Boulevard improvements, Wall of Fame, police body cameras and more

City officials look into improving Classen Boulevard for pedestrian and bike traffic, three OKCPS graduates are being inducted into the Wall of Fame and Oklahoma City Police should receive body cameras by the end of the year.

Councilman Ed Shadid sworn in_7672mh

News briefs: Oklahoma City Dodgers drive sales, councilors sworn in and more

Name change Damon Berryhill, head coach of the Oklahoma City Dodgers, said the city’s three magic words when asked to recall his memory playing in the first game when the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark opened in 1998. “As far as I was concerned, it was a big-league city,” said Berryhill, as if reading from a script

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