Kay Hunt, Communications Director
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The Oklahoma Municipal League (OML) will present its annual Practical Guide Workshop to municipal staff on Friday, March 8 at the Rose State College Community Learning Center in Midwest City.
The 2019 winners of the annual “If I Were Mayor” essay contest were recently announced in conjunction with the Mayors’ Council of Oklahoma (MCO) and the Oklahoma Municipal League’s (OML) Congress of Mayors event held at the state capitol.
Nearly one-hundred Oklahoma mayors, vice-mayors and city council members convened at the state Capitol on January 25 for the 9th Annual Congress of Mayors event. The purpose of the one-day event was for city officials to come together to debate issues facing municipalities and create a legislative agenda of priorities to present to the 2019 legislature for consideration.
The Oklahoma Municipal League (OML), along with the Tulsa metro-area mayors and city councilmembers hosted a regional legislative forum last week, focusing on municipal priorities during the upcoming session of the 57th Legislature.
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.