Developer of REI project chooses to extend agreement 60 days

A legal challenge to the deal has essentially put it on hold since Aug. 15, 2015, the day TPFA voted 3-2 to sell the property to North Point for $1.465 million. The land sits on the southwest corner of Riverside Drive and 71st Street.
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Mayor-elect Bynum names deputy chief of staff

Earlier this month Bynum announced that City Council Policy Analyst Jack Blair will serve as his chief of staff. Michael Junk, who served as Bynun's campaign manager, will be Bynum's deputy mayor.
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Bartlett likely not only city employee to be looking for work in December

Eight Mayor's Office employees, including City Manager Jim Twombly, could be without jobs when Mayor-elect G.T. Bynum takes office Dec. 5.
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ModernBlox turns shipping containers into places where people want to be – and be seen

The public can view ModernBlox's basic, single-container home at the Tulsa Home and Garden Show at Expo Square on July 29, 30 and 31. Once the show is over, the home will be moved to Seventh Street and Frankfurt Avenue, where it will be available for viewing by appointment.
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If you’re wondering when Riverside Drive will reopen, read this

Jeff Stava, who is overseeing construction of A Gathering Place for GKFF, said Tuesday that the project is scheduled to be completed at the end of 2017. Either way, the city does not plan to open Riverside Drive until the park is open.
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A Gathering Place may become hot spot for watching Fourth of July fireworks

An estimated 80,000 people lined the banks of the Arkansas River and packed into the parks on either side of the river to watch the Folds of Honor FreedomFest fireworks show Monday.
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Tulsa precinct workers overwhelmed by number, variety of ballots, official says

The city’s municipal elections are nonpartisan, meaning Democrats, Republicans and independents can vote for any candidate.
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Election 2016: Three races to watch on Election Day – and much more

The polls will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday. There will be no voting at the Tulsa County Election Board.
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Election 2016: So You Want to Be Mayor? Candidates make their pitches to undecided voters

Polling stations will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday. There is no voting at the Tulsa County Election Board, 555 N. Denver Ave.
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Will voters embrace or reject mayoral race tactics?

Former Tulsa mayors Susan Savage and Kathy Taylor are drawn into the fray of Tulsa's race for mayor. The race is non-partisan so Savage says she doesn't get it.
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