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Posted on: June 27, 2016

Stay Informed with New City Council Highlights Videos

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The Public Information Office has launched a new video series called City Council Highlights. The videos provide regular updates on actions taken at Broken Arrow City Council Meetings.

"It's extremely important to know what's going on in local government. It's at the local level that decisions about everyday services, such as police, fire, water, trash, parks and more are made," said Communications Director Krista Flasch. "City officials understand that residents don't have time to attend every Council meeting, so the highlights videos provide a great way for everyone to stay informed in a timely manner."

The Council Highlights videos will run in length from three to five minutes and be available for viewing on the City's website, BrokenArrowOK.gov,Facebook, and YouTube.

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