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Tornado Season App Alert

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It's tornado season and in Oklahoma it's hard to take preparation lightly. To help get and keep you ready the American Red Cross has just launched a Tornado App.

HIV & Hepatitis Testing

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The Tulsa World has reported that former patients of local dentist Dr. W. Scott Harrington could have been exposed to HIV, hepatitist B and hepatitis C. The Tulsa Health Department is offering free testing to anyone fearing exposure 

Spring has Sprung

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Wednesday, March 20 was the Vernal Equinox, signaling the first day of Spring. Spring fever often brings a flurry of activity... spring cleaning, gardening, etc. The City of Tulsa is on hand to assist with your spring cleaning endeavors. Check out these upcoming events to help with your spring cleaning efforts.

Sequestration... it's almost here

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Friday, March 1 is the day sequestration takes effect. Many people are still wondering what is sequestration and what effect will it have. Luckily many news agencies, policy analysts and others have been diligent in making the effects of sequestration apparent. Here is an outline of some of the what and hows.

City Hall in Your Neighborhood Returns

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Mayor Dewey Bartlett and Tulsa's City Councilors announced a new slate of City Hall in your Neighborhood meetings. These meetings bring together constituents and elected officials to discuss improvements and concerns for the City of Tulsa and its residents.

Upcoming meetings will also focus on information and public comments about funding city needs with the Third Penny Sales Tax and General Obligation Bond Issue. This issue would go to voters in November 2013.

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