One sentence in a news release sums it all up: "Water customers can return to normal water usage." Broken Arrow residents can water the lawn, wash their cars, go to the water fountain, bathe the baby and even go to a city splash pad.
Broken Arrow City Manager Thom Moton is rescinding the water emergency in conjunction with lifting the precautionary boil advisory issued on Tuesday, June 11. Testing of Broken Arrow’s water supply showed no presence of contaminants.
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Plans for Tulsa's newest park to be developed along the Arkansas River are to be revealed next week.
Donors and architects will present the plans to residents Tuesday night at the downtown Tulsa Community College campus.
The project called "A Gathering Place for Tulsa" by its designers is being led by the George Kaiser Family Foundation, which committed $50 million with the purchase of 55 acres of land near to River Parks and a midtown pedestrian bridge.
It does not appear that the boil advisory for the city of Broken Arrow will be lifted until at least sometime tomorrow. It could be as late as tomorrow afternoon.
The Broken Arrow City Council met in an emergency session this afternoon to discuss the water line break that has left Oklahoma’s fourth largest city high-and-dry. The main line between Pryor and Broken Arrow started leaking on Monday.