Story by Jo-Ann Jennings found on BixbyBulletin.com
Bixby Chief of Police, Ike Shirley, hasn’t pulled his hair out yet. He’s proud of the city’s crime record which continues to be low in spite of the fact that he is short on officers and dispatchers, and the department is under construction during remodeling. Sgt. Blake Annis is away, the first Bixby officer to attend the national F.B.I. academy, and two other officers are in their final days of training before they take their place on the streets of the community.
Shirley remains confident. “We’ve been fortunate in this community considering the growth we’ve seen. We will do what we can to educate the community and deal with issues, because we want to maintain the quality of life program people move to Bixby for.”
Two of the most frequent challenges the Bixby Police Department faces are domestic calls and car burglaries.
“We can patrol the streets, but domestic violence is something we have to respond to when it happens. We don’t see the domestic incidents coming. A lot of things come to play in people’s lives, the economy for one, losing jobs, health issues. Sometimes we see people who are depressed, because they’ve lost their job, and then they move on to deeper depression.”
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Governor Mary Fallin is proposing a plan to drastically cut state income taxes for all Oklahomans, eliminating the tax entirely for one bracket.
Fallin announced the Oklahoma Tax Reduction and Simplification Act Monday, during the State of the State address.
Currently, there are seven tax brackets in Oklahoma, under Fallin’s new plan, there would only be three.
A couple making $30,000 or less would not pay state income taxes at all.
“$30,000 and below, I mean that revenue would just go right back into the economy it’s going to create more jobs and it’s going to help me personally,” said Bixby resident, Rob Emanuel.
Emanuel is hopeful the new tax plan becomes a reality, he says it’s tough to make ends meet for his family of five.
“The means of our particular incomes at this particular time are not enough to sustain the family that we currently have,” said Emanuel.
The Emanuel’s are part of 12,000 families that get a little help from the Bixby Community Outreach Center.
“We finding that both parents are working adults, making minimum wage, or maybe just a little bit above and it’s very difficult for them to make it on those particular salaries,” said Exec. Director Natalie Kemmerly.
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Come Fight Cancer with Us!
What: Relay for Life of South Tulsa County Kickoff!
Who: Anyone wanting to know more about Relay For Life
When: Thursday, February 9, 2012 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Where: Holiday Inn Express
8405 East 102nd Street South
Tulsa, OK 74133
Food! Door Prizes! Music! Relay Info!
Learn about how you can help fight back against cancer by becoming involved in our Relay For Life event!
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February 2, 2012
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February 16, 2012
South Tulsa Dance Co.
10425 South 82nd East Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74133
South Tulsa Dance Co. has been in business for 13 years. Keally Lilly, the owner, is excited to have recently moved to a new location at 105th and Memorial. STDC serves over 400 students, children and adults. STDC offers recreational and competitive dance classes.
January 19th, 2012
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Tulsa, OK 74137
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