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B.A. Arts Center Coming to Fruition

By EMILY RAMSEY

Steps are being taken to bring to fruition an idea that began nearly 10 years ago to construct a creative arts center in downtown Broken Arrow.

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Vision Tulsa Project Timeline Unveiled

By EMILY RAMSEY

In January, Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum announced the funding timeline for the Vision Tulsa economic development projects, with 26 of the 37 projects planned to be funded completely by 2022. Five additional projects will receive annual appropriations throughout the 15-year program.

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2017 Chamber Chair Brings Regionalism to the Fore

By EMILY RAMSEY

Editor’s Note: Phil Albert is one of Greater Tulsa Reporter’s “10 People to Watch in 2017,” as announced in its January 2017 issue. GTR was the first news group in greater Tulsa to introduce “10 People to Watch,” which launched in January 2009.

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Tulsa County Wins Budget Presentation Award

The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) is pleased to announce that Tulsa County, has received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for its budget.

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Working Together to Implement a Strategic Plan for Tulsa

From the Mayor by G.T. BYNUM

Shortly after I took office, the Mayor’s Office led a joint retreat with the City Council to brainstorm our goals and form a strategic plan for our city. This retreat serves as the catalyst toward framing our strategic-planning process and moving ahead as a unified city government.

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B.A. Officials Chosen For National Committees

Three Broken Arrow officials have been appointed to serve on committees with the National League of Cities (NLC).

Mayor Craig Thurmond was elected to serve another term on the NLC Board of Directors.

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B.A. Sees Successes, Foresees Growing Pains

By EMILY RAMSEY

In his State of the City address on Dec. 14, Broken Arrow City Manager Michael Spurgeon provided an overview of Broken Arrow’s recent successes as well as the looming challenges that come with a growing city.

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Thank You Tulsa for a Dream Come True

From the Mayor by G.T. BYNUM

I am pleased and honored to serve my fellow Tulsans as the 40th Mayor of the City of Tulsa. Thank you for electing me as your mayor – it is a dream come true. I love this city, and I love having the opportunity to serve as your mayor.

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Ready To Lead

Mayor G.T. Bynum was sworn in as the 40th Mayor of the city of Tulsa Dec. 5 during a ceremony at Central Library in downtown Tulsa. Bynum was joined by his wife, Susan, and two children, Robert and Annabel.

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Ten People to Watch in 2017

G.T. BYNUM

Greater Tulsa Reporter featured G.T. Bynum as a Person to Watch in 2016 due to his efforts with Vision Tulsa and the Arkansas River Infrastructure Task Force.

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Foundation Preserves Washington Irving Park

By EMILY RAMSEY

As the city of Bixby moves forward on its Vision plans, which were approved in 2015 and include renovations of its area parks, there is one group that is particularly vigilant toward the future of Washington Irving Memorial Park and Arboretum and the original vision for the park.

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Bixby Development at Historic Levels

By EMILY RAMSEY

“Bixby is going through one of the largest development phases of its history,” said Mayor John Easton during his State of the City address, hosted by the Bixby Chamber of Commerce on Nov. 9.

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Owasso City Hall Completes $2.6 Million Renovation

By EMILY RAMSEY

On Nov. 18, the City of Owasso held an open house for its new City Hall building at 200 S. Main St., former location of the First Bank of Owasso.

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East Village, Brady See New Projects

By EMILY RAMSEY

The flurry of development projects in downtown Tulsa is obvious to anyone passing through. Besides the many residential and hotel construction projects currently underway, perhaps the two most anticipated upcoming commercial projects are taking place in the East Village and the Brady Arts District.

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Bartlett Family Legacy Stands Tall in Tulsa

By Managing Editor EMILY RAMSEY and Publisher D. FORREST CAMERON

Tulsa Mayor Dewey F. Bartlett Jr. leaves the office in December 2016 after two successful terms serving the people of his city. He followed in the civics footsteps of his father, the late Dewey Follett Bartlett, who served Oklahoma as governor from 1966 – 1970 and U.S. Senator from 1973-1979.

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