We’ll be looking at a representative democracy from here on out with Project 180. After having some three or four dozen people at the last meeting two weeks ago on streetscapes, Assistant City Engineer Laura Story has arranged for representatives of the downtown business improvement district board, the downtown strategic initiative (yeah, I know I’ve remiss in telling you about this group), and the Greater OKC Chamber.
Those at the table include Marsha Wooden, a vp at SandRidge Energy, architects Anthony McDermid and Rand Elliott, Kathy Ford-Wallace from Downtown Oklahoma City Inc., downtown broker Jim Parrack and Todd Glass with Devon Energy.
Here’s an interesting teaser to start things off from Story:
“Today we are set to decide some things.”