Kay Hunt, Communications Director
405.528.7515 ext. 3006
The Sine Die is OML’s annual report featuring a legislative wrap-up of the bills that were enacted, defeated and vetoed. You will be able to access the full bill content in this report by clicking on the bill number. Sometimes the most challenging task is working to defeat bad legislation, but with your quick action alerting your legislators, OML was successful in doing just that on several pieces of legislation which are also included in this report.
The OML District 8 Board seat has become open as of November 8, 2018, due to Janet Smith resigning her position with the board. Nominations will be received until Monday, December 10, 2018 and will be presented to the OML Board of Directors at their next meeting.
OML recently hosted the inaugural planning meeting of the newly formed, Women In Municipal Government (WIMG) group. The group facilitators are Jodi Lewis, OML Legislative Affairs Director and Aspen Roberts, OML Policy Analyst. Approximately 15 women from across the state attended the meeting.
A new OMSC member benefit enables municipalities to engage with IBTS for pre-event contracts for disaster mitigation and recovery services.
Over the next few weeks, the OML staff is coming to a community near you in celebration of our annual District Dinner meetings. You are all invited to join us for an evening of great food and fun. OML staff will be on hand to facilitate the dinners and fill you in on the latest news out of OML, including information regarding the upcoming legislative session. All events are free.
The rising cost of healthcare for Oklahoma cities and towns has continued to be a struggle as city leaders attempt to provide quality healthcare at affordable prices. Healthcare costs have been unstable and as a result has continued to be a pressing issue for our municipalities.