CLAREMORE — The Claremore City Council took a giant leap forward in economic development Monday night after months of preparation led to the final approval for the first TIF (tax increment financing) district in Claremore.
Oversight committee organized
Rogers County Commission Chairman Dan DeLozier, Dist. 1, held a meeting Friday with county officials to discuss ways of addressing deficiencies found in the recent 2011 and 2012 county audit reports.
Commissioners to discuss audit information
While no audit information was addressed during a regular Rogers County Commissioners meeting Monday, plans for an upcoming public hearing were mentioned.
State of the County - Elected officials host town hall forum
Several Rogers County elected officials met Tuesday night in Chelsea to address citizens during the first State of the County informal town hall meetings.
Courthouse security discussions continue
The Rogers County Commissioners will discuss courthouse security Monday continuing the debate regarding key card access to secure areas.
County gives attorneys key card access
Rogers County Commissioners set a $20 fee for attorneys Monday to access secure areas of the courthouse.
Council tables stormwater exemption issue
Before a standing-room only crowd, the Claremore City Council voted Monday to table an ordinance amending the new Stormwater System Service Charge.
Bump repair closes Akin Road
Rogers County District 1 will close Akin Road at 6:30 a.m. today until Friday to repair a bump in the roadway.
30-day burn ban issued by county
Rogers County is now under a 30-day burn ban due to near record-breaking drought conditions.
Stormwater exemptions may be clarified
The Claremore City Council will vote on an ordinance Monday, amending the city’s Stormwater System Service Charge that went into effect Jan. 1.
City voters extend 1-cent sales tax
Claremore’s one-cent sales tax has been extended another six years.
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