Joint City Council-Municipal Authority Meeting Monday
The Sand Springs City Council will hold a regular meeting Monday at 7:00 p.m. at the Sand Springs Municipal Building, immediately followed by the regular Municipal Authority meeting.
Police Chief Michael Carter will provide a presentation regarding the Policing Plan for 2016.
The Council will consider approval of a renewal of the agreement between the City of Sand Springs and Reasor’s for the Fiscal Year 2017.
The Council will consider appointments to the Board of Adjustment, Development Authority, Parks Advisory Board, Planning Commission, Personnel Board, and Airport Advisory Board.
The Council will consider renewal of an agreement with the Metropolitan Environmental Trust (M.E.T.) to continue providing current recycling services through the next year.
August 23rd election voter registration deadline approaches
Friday, July 29th is the final day to register to vote in time for the August 23rd special election.
Tulsa County Republicans will vote in a runoff between Donald Newberry and Ron Phillips for County Court Clerk. Independents are not eligible to vote in Republican primaries.
Newberry is a US Air Force veteran with an Associate’s in Business, Bachelor’s in Psychology, and Masters in Business Administration.
Phillips is currently the Special Projects Director for the County Clerk’s Office and holds a business administration degree.
The winner of the runoff will take on Democratic nominee John R. Andrew in November.
Newberry won the June Republican primary with 35% to 33%.
Highway 97 Rivalry Alumni game moved to Sand Springs
Sand Springs Memorial Stadium will host the third annual Highway 97 Alumni football game for the second year in a row due to ongoing construction at the Chieftains’ stadium.
Registration is Monday the 25th at 5:30 p.m. with the first practice to follow at 6:30 the same day. The game will be held Saturday July 30th at 7:30 p.m.
The series is tied 1-1 with Sand Springs winning last year’s game 35-0.