Find out more about the closing of Edmond’s coffee creek golf course
For the champions and opponents of Oklahoma education, here’s one for discussion. According to USA Today, Oklahoma now leads the country in lowest education spending. Does lowest cost per pupil automatically put us at the bottom for quality of education, or does it mean that we’re getting more bang for our buck?
From what I hear, the Edmond City Council meeting this evening will address several bike-friendly measures which are being met with a great deal of anticipation. While I couldn’t be there myself, I look forward to hearing more about this overdue movement, and am sure I will, as many of my friends are heavy into […]
Small Business Saturday is TODAY! What does that mean? It simply means that while you’re out shopping today, please give careful consideration to where you spend your money and try hard to spend it in your locally-owned stores, restaurants, etc. Even the local Chambers of Commerce are on board with this movement to help support […]
If you own property in Oklahoma County, you’ll want to take note of this one! There’s a big debate centered around the amount being charged for property taxes in OK Co, and they say you only have 20 days to appeal them. If you feel like you might be one of the home owners who […]
Oklahoma House Bill 2000 has reportedly been shot down, before even making it to the House floor. I’d love to get your input on this bill after you read the details of the bill as it was written, here.
Sometimes we want to help, but we either don’t know how, or we can’t help in the ways being asked. Well, if you’re not able to help by physically being in the neighborhoods and doing the heavy lifting, YOU CAN STILL MAKE A HUGE IMPACT! Have you just finished a garage sale and didn’t get […]
I told you the other day that the Tax Credit extension and modification had passed Congress and was headed to President Obama’s desk for signature. Now I’m excited to post that IT’S OFFICIAL… Obama has signed the bill into law and it’s time to get moving if you plan to take advantage! Call or email […]
One of the big topics that’s coming up at about every meeting I’ve attended lately is the upcoming vote on whether to extend the current one-cent sales tax to keep the MAPS projects going. IMO, you’d be hard pressed to point to any negatives from the MAPS projects that have already been carried out. Our […]
Ask anyone what home values across the country are doing and you’ll get mixed responses, based solely on what locale each person is familiar with. Seems pretty obvious, right? Truth is, it’s obvious to everyone except those enforcing broad-sweeping change to appraisal guidelines (HVCC), and Richard Mize has pointed out – in grand fashion – […]