Public questions about Oklahoma City streetcar system can be viewed online

Some participants in a recent public meeting in Oklahoma City were unhappy with the format, which required questions to be submitted in writing.
Oklahoman Modified: July 22, 2013 at 9:53 pm •  Published: July 23, 2013
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Consultants hired by Oklahoma City to design a streetcar system were criticized by some attendees of a recent town hall meeting for how questions were filtered via cards instead of allowing for a free exchange of questions and comments. Some city council members last week echoed those concerns and were told the format was not unlike previous town hall meetings about capital projects. William Crum, reporter for The Oklahoman, obtained copies of all the questions and comments, including those not used at the meeting, after filing an Oklahoma Open Records Act request. Those comments can be viewed online at www.newsok.com.

Questions and comments received can be compared with those used in the July 15 meeting by viewing the town hall discussion here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=RRJFFe7R2GU.



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