Tomorrow at the OK State Capital: Accountability in County Government; public meeting.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Senators Convene Critical Hearing to Address Accountability in Local County Government in Oklahoma Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – Wednesday, November 1, 2023 – Oklahoma State Capitol 2300 N Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma – Rm. 459 In a landmark event that promises to shape the future of local county government in Oklahoma, the State Senate is proud to announce a crucial hearing dedicated to the examination of accountability measures within county governance.
The Oklahoma State Senate, in collaboration with key stakeholders, will host a Senate Hearing on November 1, 2023 at 12 p.m. at the Capitol: 2300 N Lincoln Bivd, Oklahoma in Room 459 on the Fourth Floor. The event is expected to draw government officials, experts, and citizens from across the state to participate in a meaningful discussion about local county government accountability.
This Senate hearing comes as a response to the growing concerns of residents, officials, case-advocates, and watchdog organizations regarding transparency, lawful responsibility, and ethical conduct in county government. The objective of this hearing is to gather valuable insights and recommendations to develop an action plan that ensures accountable, efficient, and responsive county governance.
Prominent Senators, community leaders, and experts in the field of local governance, as well as concerned citizens, will take center stage to share their perspectives and ideas on how to strengthen accountability measures within county government. Topics to be addressed include transparency, ethics and anti-corruption measures, public participation, and the role of mechanical oversight technology in enhancing government accountability.
Members of the public are encouraged to attend this hearing to voice their concerns and provide input to help shape future.
The room for this is room 206 tomorrow.