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African-American Affairs Commission

District 1 City Councilor Vanessa Hall-Harper and Mayor G.T. Bynum announced today that an ordinance will be sent to the Tulsa City Council to create the Greater Tulsa Area African-American Affairs Commission.

The Commission will serve in an advisory and advocacy capacity to City and County officials to encourage and promote unity, purpose and understanding among the African-American population of the greater Tulsa area.

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Vison Tulsa Timeline Announced

The Tulsa City Council and Mayor G.T. Bynum and the announced the funding timeline for the historic Vision Tulsa economic development projects, with more than 80 percent of the 37 projects funded completely within the first five years. Four additional projects would receive annual appropriations from the 15-year program.

As a result of the work City staff has done to time bond issues for advance funding, the City will be able to fund 80 percent of the projects within the first five years, allowing the City to benefit from the economic impact and growth they'll generate.

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Events



2017 Council Meeting Schedule


Thursday, February 9 - North Tulsa Grocery Store Bus Tour

Councilor Hall-Harper will host a North Tulsa Grocery Store Bus Tour for district 1 residents on Thursday, Feb. 9, to visit the Save-A-Lot grocery store in west Tulsa in an effort to address the lack of food security in north Tulsa. Participants will meet at the North Pointe Business Center at the corner of E. Pine St. and M.L.K. Jr. Blvd. at 6 p.m. The tour will then depart at approximately 6:30 p.m. for the Save-A-Lot grocery store in west Tulsa, 4229 Southwest Blvd.

"Because of the subpar Save-A-Lot store on Pine and Lewis, there are many citizens in my district that have a poor perception of the Save-A-Lot brand," Councilor Hall-Harper said. "I am hosting this bus tour in an effort to educate the community about the quality of the store in west Tulsa and to inform residents that if the brand opens a new store in north Tulsa, it will have the same owners."

The west Tulsa Save-A-Lot store is owned and operated by Honor Capital, a veteran-owned business that opens grocery stores in underserved communities or "food deserts."
Residents will have the opportunity to see how the west Tulsa store is managed and have questions answered by the owners.


Wednesday, February 22 - Next City Council Meeting

The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. in the Council Chamber on the second floor of City Hall, 175 E. 2nd St.

 

 

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