Public Participation

Public Participation

Promote public understanding and participation in decision making as essential elements of responsible and responsive management of our natural resources.

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Onwards into September and a full month of election activities, meetings, and volunteer opportunities -- plus Ruth Bader Ginsberg and an anniversary quote to remember.

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Action Alerts

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – The Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA) hosts Oklahoma State Senator Stephanie Bice (R) and incumbent Congresswoman Kendra Horn (D) for a live debate Thursday, October 8, 7 p.m.

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Blog Post

From Carol Parker, Natural Resources Director

We have all experienced the poor air quality from all the wildfires in August and September. We have seen the smog in our air and the pictures of the horrific orange skies from the Bay Area and other places. We all know that this has been a truly bad start to fire season in the West.

Duel at the Douglass: Wayland Cubit, Tommie Johnson to debate for Oklahoma County sheriff

Action Alerts

The 2020 race for Oklahoma County sheriff will result in the first Black sheriff to hold the office, regardless of who wins.

OK County Commissioner Corral: Debate to pit Brian Maughan v. Spencer Hicks

Action Alerts

Limited in-person seating is available by emailing Angela Jones for a Angela [at] nondoc.com (reservation)

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This is the compilation of the reports from members observing the Board of Supervisors from 3/31 - 8/11/20.

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It’s August, fewer than 100 days to the election, and there’s lots to do! It’s also the Centennial of the 19th Amendment, with many commemorations. Plus an inside look at what the Board does, and a royal suffragist!

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The League of Women Voters Observer Corps attend public council, commission, and committee meetings and submit findings to the Action Committee, so they may develop informed advocacy positions and plan for direct action. Summaries from the previous month's report are now available to you as the Corps Report.

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