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Water weighs 62.4 pounds per cubic foot. When a vehicle stalls in water, the water's momentum is transferred to the car. For each foot the water rises, 500 pounds of lateral force is applied to the car. For each foot the water rises up the side of the car, the car displaces 1,500 pounds of water. In effect, the car weighs 1,500 pounds less for each foot the water rises. Most vehicles will float in just 2 feet of water.
Source: Tulsa World, p.A11, 10/6/2009
You may register for the SoonerSafe - Safe Room Rebate Program online at www.soonersafe.ok.gov. Registering ensures you will be considered for the program, but does not guarantee that you will receive a rebate. A maximum rebate of $2,000 is available per home, not to exceed 75 percent of the actual cost of the safe room.
Source: SoonerSafe web site.
Metz was the original name of the town of Nowata. It was named after its first postmaster, Fred Metzner. On November 8, 1889, the name of Metz was changed to Nowata. This is from the Delaware word "no-we-ata" meaning welcome.
Source: Oklahoma Place Names, pages 159 and 173.
Holmes Peak is named after the fictional character Sherlock Holmes created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in 1887. Richard S. Warner filled out the paperwork with the United States Board on Geographic Names, and the name became official on October 5, 1983.
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Holmes Peak has been mentioned as a site for the proposed Shan Gray monument, The American.
Source Warner, Richard S. (1985). The Naming of Holmes Peak. The Baker Street Journal, 35, pp. 29-31. Tulsa World, April 23, 2004; p.A1.
Access to Tulsa County Land Records is available to anyone for a subscription fee. Through the Tulsa County Clerk's Office one can arrange a subscription. The phone number is (918)596-5206.
It is possible to view some Land Records information for free using this web link: http://www.tulsalibrary.org/research/onlinedatabases.asp#T Just click on one of the links listed under "Tulsa County Land Records".
Source Tulsa County Clerk's Office and The Research Center of the Tulsa City County Library, Verified, 5/11.