Edmond

3 FORMER MAYORS GAIN ENOUGH SIGNATURES FOR SIGN VOTE

May 16, 2014 3 former mayors gain enough signatures for sign vote James Coburn The Edmond Sun The Edmond Sun Fri May 16, 2014, 04:03 PM CDT EDMOND — A petition attracted 1,109 signatures to put to the vote of the people whether the City of Edmond should eliminate allowing all future electronic sign requests in city limits, said attorney Randel Shadid. Shadid is one of three former mayors including Dan O’Neil and Saundra Naifeh who instigated the petition drive in April. The petition is a response to the City Council’s Jan. 13 vote to allow EMC signs in commercial zoning districts.

ELECTRIC SIGNS START BIG DEBATE AMONG EDMOND RESIDENTS

Posted on: 10:04 pm, February 13, 2014, by updated on: 08:58am, February 14, 2014

EDMOND, Okla. – Lights flash, signs scroll on our pharmacies, fast food chains, even churches, telling us what to want, but do we notice anymore?

“It’s distracting,” said Cathy McCreary.

She sees them. “It’s visual pollution,” said McCreary.

EDMOND NEIGHBORHOOD ALLIANCE ANNUAL MEETING

Please join us at the upcoming Edmond Neighborhood Alliance Annual Meeting.  It will be held on November 21, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at the Edmond Public Library.  We are having a special presentation on the recent Earthquake Activity in central Oklahoma.  Our Guest Speakers are:

Kyle E. Murray, PhD,  Hydrogeologist, Oklahoma Geological Survey

and

Matt Stilwell, Director Public Safety Communications and Emergency Management, City of Edmond

 

The meeting is open to all citizens and should be an interesting evening.  Thanks for your help. 

 

2013 EDMOND NEIGHBORHOOD SUMMIT EDMOND: CHERISH YESTERDAY, EMBRACE TOMORROW

Mark your calendars now to attend the 2013 Edmond Neighborhood Summit, from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 23, at the MAC (Multipurpose Activity Center) in Mitch Park. The Summit is cosponsored by the Edmond Neighborhood Alliance, the City of Edmond and the Edmond Economic Development Authority. The theme of the Summit this year is “EDMOND: CHERISH YESTERDAY, EMBRACE TOMORROW”. Speakers and Exhibitors will be focusing on Edmond’s roots and history, with important information about development plans for the future of our community.