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Day in the Life - 06.20.2011

Russell Claus

Planning Director, City of Oklahoma City, May 3, 2011

6:30 a.m.: My alarm goes off first to avoid heart attack from wife Lisa’s tornado-siren version, which she sleeps through. Read more
 
Construction - 10.26.2011

Home to stay

Homeless Alliance helps the less fortunate with a new resource center and day shelter

Just a few months ago, Dan Straughan’s office with the Homeless Alliance was in a cramped space behind a bank branch on South Commerce. Things changed this summer. Read more
 
Arts & Culture - 12.21.2011

2012!

okcBIZ polled a smattering of metro-area movers and shakers to find out their goals for the New Year

Now that the NBA is going back to work, it’s time to think about goals for the coming year. What are yours? Read more
 
News Article - 07.20.2012

City seeks RFPs for old jail

The city of Oklahoma City is seeking input from developers to repurpose the 72-year-old jailhouse at 200 N. Shartel. The 41,000-square-foot, six-story facility housed inmates until the new county jail opened in the late 1980s. Read more
 
Construction - 07.31.2012

City Council considers boulevard options

If a portion of a new boulevard in Downtown Oklahoma City is elevated on its west end, nearby property owners and interested parties believe it will doom the area to a future filled with blight, pigeons and "hobos." Read more
 
Construction - 08.28.2012

Architect talks Kerr Park plans

It may not look like much now, but over the next two years, Oklahoma City will be reintroduced to Kerr and Couch parks downtown. A transformation is under way at the adjoining parks in a joint effort by the city of Oklahoma City, SandRidge Energy and Chesapeake Energy. Read more
 
Real Estate - 09.13.2012

Gold Dome finds buyer

The geodesic gold dome at N.W. 23rd Street and Classen Boulevard has a new owner after a foreclosure auction Sept. 13. David Box, CEO of Box Talent and Box Real Estate, was the sole bidder on the 1958 former bank building. Read more
 
Transportation - 12.04.2012

Alternatives for proposed boulevard meet opposition

A firm hired to look at engineering options for part of the future boulevard in Downtown Oklahoma City is recommending that an overpass be used to solve possible traffic issues, against protests by some who favor other options – or more analysis in general. Read more
 
Transportation - 02.21.2013

Boulevard of compromise

Oklahoma City Council votes on controversial section of proposed boulevard Downtown

Despite opposition, a measure to approve a compromise on the design of one portion of a boulevard to run through Downtown Oklahoma City passed the city council Jan. 8 with a 7-2 vote. The boulevard plan dates back to the 1990s when state and federal authorities determined the Interstate 40 crosstown would be moved south, and a boulevard would sit in its previous alignment. Read more
 
Education - 08.26.2013

Uniformity

Oklahoma City Public Schools implements uniforms for students, assists with costs

When classes began on Aug. 5, all 76 Oklahoma City public schools implemented the new districtwide school uniform policy. The policy was approved by a 5-3 vote of the school board on March 4. With that rule in place, families must decide how to pay for uniforms, and some question if they are necessary. Read more
 
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