Junior Achievement– JA works with kids and teaches them the economics of life. Volunteers teach a pre-written curriculum but are able to use examples from their life, financial and business experience. JA teaches kids how to pay bills, read a utility meter, balance a checkbook, do an interview, run a business, how the stock market works and much more. Many kids graduate high school without this basic knowledge. JA helps prepare kids for the world they are about to enter. For more information about Junior Achievement contact them at tulsa.ja.org.
What is INCOG?– INCOG stands for Indian Nations Council of Governments. INCOG is the regional planning agency. INCOG’s primary function is to manage the regional transportation network- roads, bike trails, highways- and coordinate those among other areas. INCOG does flood mapping, environment and energy planning, zoning and land use, among other things. INCOG works with guidelines when considering building proposals, zoning use, and other things. INCOG looks at things that have already been in place and is checking current guidelines and other factors to help determine what is approved or not approved. Sometimes, the full implications of a decision are not understood by the citizens. We encourage participation and questions. The guidelines that INCOG uses does change over time. For more information visit INCOG‘s website. To contact Susan Miller directly with questions, contact her at email@example.com
How do you handle concerns about development and zoning changes? Please come to INCOG meetings and express your opinions and ideas. Participate in the process. INCOG does their work but doesn’t always know every concern or issue until those in the neighborhood come forward to share them. When concerns are shared, that information can help give new insight into the situation. It’s important to talk about the physical impacts- noise and traffic for example- versus the impact it might have on your property value, which can’t always be predicted. For more information visit INCOG‘s website. To contact Susan Miller directly with questions, contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
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E 171st Street Bixby-$1,120,000- land, about 36 acres, can be split, approved for commercial.
9415 E 140th Street Bixby-$245,000- Bixby Schools, about 2200 square feet, 5 bedrooms, pool, about 3/4 acre.
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