Tulsa’s River Parks Authority accepted a donation of land from the George Kaiser Family Foundation and the City of Tulsa to preserve more of Turkey Mountain. The donation more than doubles the size of urban wilderness land actually owned by River Parks. The City of Tulsa is also officially turning over land to River Parks. The City property is adjacent to the River Parks property on three sides. The GKFF property is all north of 71st Street.
Tulsa’s River Parks Authority accepted a donation of land from the George Kaiser Family Foundation and the City of Tulsa to preserve more of Turkey Mountain. The donation more than doubles the size of urban wilderness land actually owned by River Parks. The City of Tulsa is also officially turning over land to River Parks. The City property is adjacent to the River Parks property on three sides. The GKFF property is all north of 61st Street.
Second Water Line Breaks At 21st And Peoria Posted: Wednesday, January 17, 2018 1:31 PM EST Updated: Wednesday, January 17, 2018 1:33 PM EST TULSA, Oklahoma - After repairing a major water line break Tuesday, crews working to repair a second break at 21st and Peoria.Tuesday, a 16-inch line running under 21st Street broke and flooded the 21st and Peoria intersection.1/17/2017 Related Story: Tulsa Intersection Remains Closed After Water Main BreakCity crews worked to repair that line and when...
River Parks Authority accepts donation of land from @gkff and @cityoftulsagov to preserve larger swath of land now used for trails. Consolidated ownership simplifies management and donor appeals. https://t.co/3Qu75Ef8Av
City, moments after 5pm news, says timeline for repair at 21st Peoria now 4 weeks and will start at Owasso, moving east, not west as reported earlier. Intersection closed thru Monday, could partially reopen next week.
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