The case was returned to Tulsa County District Court to make findings of fact on two important issues that remain in dispute.
The city and community partners are working to prevent evictions through various programs, such as the Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) and the Gold Star Landlord program.
Veteran Services USA says it needs more time to prepare for Wednesday's scheduled vote because it has been focused on purchasing properties.
The money will be used to start a Landlord Guarantee Fund.
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The facility will soon be called the SageNet Center, named after a company founded and owned by trustee Daryl Woodard.
A proposal would rename Centennial Park, which is wedged between the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 577 and American Legion Post 1 near Sixth Street and Peoria Avenue, to Veterans Park, making way for the current Veterans Park at 21st Street and Boulder Avenue to be transformed into a park honoring the land's rich Native American history.
The Tulsa County Public Facilities Authority on Friday will consider a bid by the SageNet founder and CEO Daryl Woodard.
The budget is approximately $40 million, or 5%, lower than the current fiscal year budget and includes no substantial changes to what was proposed by Mayor G.T. Bynum in April.
Urban Strategies Inc. is helping more than 400 families through the relocation process.
Veteran Services USA proposes turning the old Crowne Plaza Tulsa-Southern Hills property into a mixed-use development tailored to veterans that would include affordable housing units.
For sale will be roughly 300 parcels of real estate on which property taxes have not been paid for at least three years. Minimum bids are set at two-thirds of the assessed value or the total amount of the published taxes, interest, costs and fees, whichever is less.
First Baptist Church North Tulsa, 1414 N. Greenwood Ave., will offer the service from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and again on June 19 and June 26.
The proposal calls on spending approximately $8.4 million in American Rescue Plan funds to provide the bonuses to almost all city employees.
His email was sent during an internal affairs investigation into complaints of personnel policy violations, discrimination and harassment, according to documents obtained by The Oklahoman.
The city continues to work on a $48 million overhaul of the dam, which is expected to be completed in the summer of 2023.
Some customers have received their bills or autopay statements in the mail, according to a Friday news release from the city. Payment due dates were adjusted for the delay.
The nonbinding document, which describes the events of May 31-June 1, 1921, in Tulsa as the “single worst incident of racial violence in American history,” is not a call for reparations.
Almost no one had more one-on-one time with the president during his visit than Michelle Brown-Burdex. The long-time Greenwood Cultural Center program director spent about 15 minutes showing the president around the facility.
The nonbinding resolution is expected to be considered by the City Council on Wednesday.
Hundreds gather outside Greenwood Cultural Center, while others wait for Air Force One at Tulsa airport as President Joe Biden comes to Tulsa.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson, other faith, political leaders, help dedicate Prayer Wall for Racial Healing at Vernon AME Church
The measure also calls for establishing a community-led committee to determine how the city can make tangible amends.
Tulsa's mayor said that although there is much debate over how to end racial disparities, the community is united in its desire to do so.
State delegation also is not happy that the lesser prairie chicken may be going back on the endangered species list.
The Tulsa County Democratic Party issued a statement late last week acknowledging what it said was its “racist past.”