<p>Officials in Oklahoma is hoping to woo the Seattle Supersonics to relocate in Oklahoma City by offering tax incentives. One politician is hoping to advance plans for a light rail transit system by planting the idea with team officials.</p>
Apr 23, 2008 The Norman Transcript
<p>Residents of Picher, Oklahoma, must leave the town contaminated by lead and zinc mines. Although contaminated since the 1970s, only recent threats of cave-ins have convinced hold-outs to leave.</p>
Jan 20, 2007 The Washington Post
Planetizen talks with city planning officials to get an insider's perspective on the planning issues facing cities. In this interview, John M. Dugan, Director of Planning for the City of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, discusses the planning issues facing his city. Exclusive
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The "Channels" would create a new location in the Tulsa area for people to live, work and play. The stated goal of the project is to fully utilize the Arkansas River, Tulsa's greatest natural asset, and attract more young professionals to Tulsa.
Sep 10, 2006 Tulsa World
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is expected to act when pollution from one state affects a neighboring state. In the absence Of federal involvement, states have started to sue each other.
Sep 8, 2006 The Washington Post
A non-profit affordable housing developer sets an example as one of the first to move into an impoverished neighborhood.
Dec 31, 2005 Oklahoma Gazette
The privately-owned, "Bricktown" historic block is purchased by a local custom home builder for $10.9 million.
Nov 21, 2005 The Oklahoman
Funds from a half billion dollar capital improvements sales-tax initiative are earmarked for downtown residential development.
Aug 14, 2005 Tulsa World
A new study shows that downtown Oklahoma City's 90's investments are beginning to pay off with an expected demand of at least 7,000 units within the next 10 years.
Aug 8, 2005 The Oklahoman
Does the design of the new Oklahoma City federal building answer the question about how to balance security and openness?
May 3, 2004 The Chicago Tribune