Congresswoman Kendra Horn was the keynote speaker at the Chamber's annual Chairman's Breakfast. She commended the Chamber for its work on criminal justice reform.
Businesses are placing “No firearms allowed” stickers on their doors in response to HB2597, which took effect this month.
Oklahoma is now ranked 34th in teacher pay, moving up 15 stops from its previous ranking. This puts the average teacher salary above educators in several other surrounding states, including Missouri, Kansas, and Arkansas.
“We never anticipated that it would go any further than building one trailer.”
“We are a fun work environment where you don’t ever do the same thing day after day,” Partner Jackson Lisle said.
Congresswoman Kendra Horn from Oklahoma's 5th District will be speaking at the Chamber's upcoming Chairman's Breakfast.
Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt and Campaign Co-Chair Percy Kirk today announced the formation of the “Love Your OKC Coalition.” The Coalition will campaign in support of the upcoming MAPS 4 initiative to be voted on Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2019.
The municipal leader organization, Accelerator for America, visited Oklahoma City to learn about MAPS 4 and Opportunity Zones. Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt said the group was excited to hear about the new Homeland grocery store planned for a northeast Opportunity Zone.