A request recommended for approval at the Creek County Planning Commission meeting last Tuesday to rezone a 5-acre tract of land from Industrial to Commercial District to extend an existing RV park was heard by the BOCC at its regular Monday morning.
The Board of County Commissioners unanimously agreed to pass its decision to grant a Preliminary Plat for a new residential subdivision at South 129th West Avenue and West 71st Street South in Sapulpa until its June 6th meeting.
Stalker, who was with Sapulpa Public Library for 15 years, is regarded as one of the most innovative librarians Sapulpa has had; “The City is lucky to have had such a caring community leader.”
Twenty20 Management has worked on T. Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, River Spirit Casino, the BOK Center, and many more. Could Sapulpa be next?
Fire Chief David Taylor received a City resolution from Mayor Craig Henderson commending him and showing appreciation for his service.
Though a mobile home park has been at the location since the 1960s, it’s never been in compliance with the county. The new owner is trying to fix that.
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A group of neighbors say they’re retaining an attorney and intend to file an appeal to the Creek County Board of Adjustment’s approval of the home.
The Board of Creek County Commissioners revisited a hot topic at its regular Monday morning meeting this week, ultimately showing bonhomie and coming to a consensus on how to best modify the split of County highway funds between the Highway Districts.
See the details from multiple city and county meetings that didn’t make it into a feature story.