Issue 97 -
October 1, 2018
On The Road Again!
District Dinner Meetings
Are Back!
You are invited to join us for the 2018 District Dinner Meetings that will be held around the state this fall. During the events, we will discuss current issues and programs, and the upcoming 2019 legislative session. We hope that you and your city officials can join us for a fun and informative evening.

OML staff members will facilitate the meeting and give you an opportunity to share what is going on in your municipality.
OML Membership Cards Are On Their Way!
OML members, your new OML membership cards are in the mail. Please watch for them as they should be arriving within a few days. Thank for your continued support of OML!
Regional Round Table
October 9th - Marietta
Thank you all for making the Regional Round Tables a great success! Let’s keep the momentum going by making this second round of meetings even bigger and better!

If you missed the first meetings, be sure to make it to round two! Don’t forget, the Regional Round Table is a great way to network with other municipalities from your area, share best practices, collaborate on projects, and discuss common challenges. Please join us for the next scheduled Round Table in your area.
Contact your Field Representative for more information 
about your Regional Round Table event!

  • October 9th, 12:00 - 1:30, The Taste Restaurant, 217 W. Main Street, Marietta, OK, 73448, Questions, contact Nancee Morris, Lunch on your own
Applications Open for 2018 Community Change Grants - Deadline November 2, 2018

America Walks, partners of the Every Body Walk! Collaborative, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the Juliet Ashby Hillman Foundation, Lyft, WalkBoston, and other generous sponsors, are excited to announce another round of their popular Community Change Grant program. This program will award grantees $1,500.00 in community stipends for projects related to creating healthy, active, and engaged places to live, work, and play. More Information
Oklahoma Water & Pollution Control Conference
& Short School October 8-11
The Oklahoma Water & Pollution Control Conference (OWPCC) is an annual conference that caters to individuals in the water and wastewater industry. Conference attendees can pursue continuing education classes, sit in on keynote presentations and exchange knowledge and ideas with others in the industry. This event is designed to encourage networking and highlight outstanding performance, as well as offer educational opportunities. More Information
Mayors! Show Off Your City! Bid Now for the 2019 Mayor's Summer Conference
Attention Mayors! We are now soliciting bids for cities and towns to host the 2019 Mayor’s Summer Conference. What a great way to show off your city! The tentative dates for the 2019 Conference are June 19-22, 2019. MCO will accept proposals for this conference until November 1, 2018.

Previous conferences have offered municipalities the opportunity to showcase their community development and improvement projects and to demonstrate their leadership in the State of Oklahoma.  More Information
Oklahoma Today Magazine - Rocket Woman
Her story was untold for a generation, but now, Mary Golda Ross, the first female Native American aerospace engineer and a Space Age pioneer, is emerging as a hero for Indigenous women in science. Read Article
Attention members! OML has partnered with Oklahoma Today Magazine to provide your community an opportunity to promote your events in this award-winning, statewide publication. Please go to the  online form  and submit your events for consideration, six months out. The event listing is free and will be a great way to let readers from across the state know about what is going on in your communities.
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