Kay Hunt, Communications Director
405.528.7515 ext. 3006
The Oklahoma Municipal League (OML) Board of Director’s met for their regularly scheduled meeting on January 9 at the Norman City Hall. Among the agenda items were the appointment of a replacement for Vice President of the Board of Directors and a new District 8 board of directors’ representative.
Each year OML, along with the Mayors Council of Oklahoma (MCO), hosts the Congress of Mayors event. It is a day-long opportunity for Mayors, Vice Mayors and city council members to come together, along with OML staff, to debate issues facing municipalities and draft legislation to address those issues.
With an emphasis in 2019 of bringing to the attention of our cities and towns the importance of a quality of life focus, the Oklahoma Municipal League (OML) will present its newest workshop, Quality Communities – Setting You Apart, on Friday, February 8, at Rose State College.
Applications are now being accepted for one of Oklahoma’s most prestigious leadership development programs – the 2019 OML Community Leadership Development class. Deadline for application is February 1, 2019.
The Oklahoma Municipal League wishes to congratulate the City of Mustang as one of six first time winners making the list of 20 mid-sized employers as the Oklahoman’s Top Workplaces for 2018.
Oh the holidays! The season of giving is upon us. It is within the human spirit to give. This is the time of year OML receives numerous inquiries regarding giving employees a Christmas bonus, providing a turkey/ham or giving city/town councilmember a gift. Although the intent is good, it can cause a great deal of confusion for city employees and members of the governing body.