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Oklahoma Congress Of Mayors To Meet Friday

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Mayors from across the state will meet later this week at the state Capitol to discuss issues facing their cities and to develop an agenda for this year's legislative session.

Delegates to Friday's Oklahoma Congress of Mayors will discuss municipal issues and ratify resolutions that will be presented to the governor and to legislative leaders.

Delegates are expected to focus attention on five key areas: transportation and infrastructure, public safety, municipal operations, community and economic development and municipal finance.

The Congress of Mayors will convene in the House chamber on the fourth floor of the Capitol.

The Legislature reconvenes Feb. 2.


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