Council Sets Oct. 31 As Trick-or-Treat Night
Ghosts and goblins will be dawning the streets of Sulphur soon as Sulphur City Council members approved Saturday, October 31, from 5:00-8:00 p.m. as the official Trick-or-Treat night in the Sulphur city limits. The action was taken at the regular monthly meeting Monday night.
Council members also met in executive session and voted in the session to open an application process for selecting a city attorney to succeed long-time City Attorney Phil Hurst, who will be retiring December 31, 2020.
After council members were reminded that according to the Open Meeting Act, no votes can be taken in executive session, members returned to the regular meeting and publicly cast their votes to approve the measure.
Violation of the Act could result in a misdemeanor offense which carries a $500 fine/and or up to one year in the county jail (25 O.S. ss.314).
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