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Oklahoma state briefs, July 22

Oklahoma state briefs, July 22
Oklahoman Modified: July 21, 2012 at 9:32 pm •  Published: July 22, 2012

In Brief

Oklahoma City

PLANOKC review set

Oklahoma City is inviting residents to an open house this week about planokc, the city's 20-year plan for growth and development. The open house is set for 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday on the third floor of City Hall, 200 N Walker Ave. A presentation about the effort will be given, according to a city news release. For more information, go to

Cool Zones to be expanded

Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co. is partnering with several nonprofit organizations to expand Cool Zones, designated sites where people can go to escape the heat. Cool Zones offer air conditioning and cold bottled water. To find one, go to and click on “Community Programs” or call 211.


Gas prices fluctuate

Nationally and across Oklahoma, the price of regular unleaded fuel has been moving up. Figures reported by AAA Oklahoma last week show Woodward, Ponca City and Guymon as the only cities out of 15 in Oklahoma reporting stable or decreased prices. Woodward remained steady at $3.287, and 9.3 cents below a month ago. Oklahoma City came in at $3.299 cents for this week, an increase of 4.6 cents over the week before, but that was still 13.5 cents below June's price.



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