, Muskogee, OK


January 13, 2013

Hatbox input valuable for leaders

True leaders take every angle into account and push for the best result for the most people.

The best leaders listen first, decide later.

Without information and input from the public, elected leaders are left making their best guess about your future.

Which brings us to the study on the future use of Love-Hatbox Sports Complex.

The study has been praised by some and panned by others.

Depending on the critique, it is either a blueprint for our future or a waste of taxpayer money.

The Muskogee City Council is giving citizens a chance to read the report and offer input.

Now is the opportunity for you to have a say in how you are governed.

Take advantage.


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