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Oklahoma City residents will pay a ¼ of 1 percent extra income tax to support local schools if voters approve a plan by one pro public education group. Save our Oklahoma City Schools Coalition held a news conference on the...
Sharp tensions rose Tuesday between the eight Oklahoma City Council members as they decided what projects voters would be asked to approve in an extension to the current temporary one-cent sales tax. The tax has funded Metropolitan Area Projects 3,...
Tuesday the City of Oklahoma City Council is set to make big decisions on what kind of sales tax proposals will be presented to city voters in September. And it looks to be a showdown between the Greater Oklahoma City...
Big differences on how to use a portion of a proposed new MAPS-type penny sales tax were exposed in a public hearing Tuesday at the City of Oklahoma City Council meeting. Positions taken in the hearing and the results of...
Persistent junk accumulations at two adjacent northwest Oklahoma City homes are causing increasing tensions between the owner and his neighbors. Public records show that neighbors have been calling the City of Oklahoma City Action Center about 2436 NW 42nd St....
*See the update at the end of this article. With the threat of a lawsuit against the city looming, Oklahoma City Ward 7 Councilman John Pettis has decided to back off his idea of changing ordinances on the Lost Lakes...
The LLC that owns Lost Lakes Amphitheater east of downtown Oklahoma City has now hired experienced metro attorney Eric Groves. He has sent a protest to the City of Oklahoma City concerning a possible ordinance change introduced by Ward 7...
The LLC that owns and operates Lost Lakes Amphitheater and Water Park has now hired metro attorney Eric Groves to help them oppose a sudden proposal introduced last week, May 16 in the Oklahoma City Council. Less than 30 business days...
The City of Oklahoma City proposes new controls on noise coming from the private park Roger Skeen is confused by his city’s actions as they consider changes to a Planned Unit Development just approved April 11. He thought the City of...
It’s called “the devil’s den” by some who live on the street. They say they fear it and for good reason. The abandoned metal two-story building at 1345 NW Third St. was the last place that Charles Eugene Davis ever...

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