|OMPA Helps Memeber Cities Though Special Programs And Services|
|January 12, 2015|
|Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority,
or OMPA, is a public power entity that currently serves
39 member cities, including the City of Perry. OMPA,
though its network of generation plants around the
state, provides energy to these member cities. The
member cities, all of which have municipally-owned
electric systems, then use that energy to provide power
to their citizens.
But OMPA does more than just generate electricity. It also operates a number of special programs designed to help its member cities and their customers. OMPA has created a video that highlights some of those programs and highlights how you can make them work for you.
For more information on how these programs can benefit you, please contact City Hall at email@example.com or (580) 336-4241.
|2014-2015 Budget Draft Available|
|May 9, 2014|
|The first draft of the
proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2014-2015 is now available
to be downloaded and viewed. The special meeting of the
Perry City Council to discuss the budget is scheduled
for Thursday, May 15 at 4:00pm in the Perry Municipal
Building, located at 729 Cedar Street.
A public hearing on the budget is scheduled for the regular June 2 meeting of the Perry City Council. Interested citizens are encouraged to attend.
The budget document can be downloaded here. Adobe Reader is required to view the document and can be downloaded for free at http://get.adobe.com/reader/. For more information, or questions regarding the May 15 procedings, please contact City Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org or (580) 336-4241.
|Ballpark Development Information|
|April 8, 2014|
|Plans for the new ballpark quad
development are moving forward. Planning Design Group
(PDG) presented a design plan to the Perry City Council
at the regular meeting on April 7th. Now, the council is
seeking input from the public.
Citizens are being encouraged by the council to attend the next regular council meeting, scheduled for April 21st at 6:15pm, and voice their opinions about the ballpark project. City council meetings are held at the Perry Municipal Building at 729 Cedar Street.
The detailed plans can be viewed by clicking here. Adobe Reader is required to view the plans and can be downloaded for free at http://get.adobe.com/reader/.
Printed plans will be available for viewing at area businesses, and those businesses will be announced here at a later time.
If you will be unable to attend but would still like to weigh in on the discussion, you can contact the council representative for your ward directly. For other information, call City Hall at (580) 336-4241.