OKLAHOMA CITY — Senate President Pro Tempore Brian Bingman, R-Sapulpa, announced Committee Chairman and Vice Chairman for standing committees and Chair and Vice Chairs of all Appropriations Subcommittees today.
Commissioners look to reduce insurance expenses
The Rogers County Commissioners are looking at ways to save money in the new fiscal year by reviewing their current insurance policy.
E911 Trust places purchases on hold
Rogers County E911 Trust Authority put the purchase of radio equipment on hold Thursday after reviewing bids and monthly financial reports.
County jail trust fund short $96K
The Rogers County Criminal Justice Authority met Tuesday to determine how to resolve a $96,000 shortfall in funding.
Public no show for budget meeting
The Claremore City Council asked the public Monday to provide comments on the 2013-14 budget, but no one showed up.
Computer upgrade to close court clerk’s office Thursday
Rogers County District Court Clerk Kim Henry will close her office Thursday by court order due to computer issues.
County to file claim on voided election
Rogers County commissioners are turning to their insurance company to recoup money they spent on a recently voided 1-cent sales tax election.
Claremore Police Department accepting donations for relief in El Reno
Staff members of the Claremore Police Department are currently collecting disaster relief items for El Reno tornado victims.
Thompson resigning economic development post
Mickey Thompson has submitted his resignation as executive director of the Claremore and Rogers County Development Authorities and the Claremore Rogers County Partnership.
Commissioners wait to approve temporary appropriation application
Rogers County Commissioners voted Monday to postpone the approval of a temporary appropriation application for county funds until June 17. Department heads and elected officials will meet then to discuss their estimate of needs for the county.
Claremore’s proposed budget boosts capital improvements
Claremore staff presented the proposed 2013-14 budget Wednesday to city councilors, focusing attention on several capital improvement projects.
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