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The City Council and South Oklahoma City Kiwanis Club honored a police officer, Emergency Management employee and a firefighter as Oklahoma City’s employees of the year for their outstanding performance and dedication in 2018.
Last month, Sen. Jim Inhofe announced that Oklahoma City is a recipient of a $14.3 million federal BUILD grant to implement bus rapid transit (BRT) along Northwest Expressway and North Classen Boulevard. The funds will help connect businesses and residents near the eight-mile segment to the core of Oklahoma City, including other EMBARK routes and the newly opened Oklahoma City Streetcar.
Chamber Chair Percy Kirk, Cox Communications, sat down with members of The POINT! editorial team to discuss the challenges and opportunities he sees on the horizon and what he hopes to bring to his role.
When you become a Chamber member, you’re benefiting yourself, your business and its employees and ultimately you’re benefiting OKC as a whole. You may be thinking that this is a pretty bold claim—how could a Chamber membership possibly have benefits on such a scale? Let us explain.
A study by BadCredit found that thanks to things like OKC's low cost of living, average salary levels and plentiful employment opportunities, it's one of the best cities for a high quality life with a low price tag.
Reflecting on the past year displays how 2018 was one of growing momentum.
From the MAPS program to securing water rights for the community, Jim Couch has had a unique impact on Oklahoma City's renaissance.