City forum about 61st & Peoria now available online

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Updated: 2/08/2013 2:37 pm Published: 2/08/2013 2:34 pm

In January, Mayor Dewey Bartlett hosted a televised forum about the recent tragedy at 61st and Peoria and discussed the needs in this area.

This video is now available to view. 

Panel members included Mayor Dewey Bartlett, Deputy Tulsa Police Chief Dennis Larsen, Kayla Robinson, Marshall Elementary Principal and Lanny Endicott, ORU Professor and resident of the area.

The media panel asked questions of the panel members and included: John Durkee, KWGS 89.5 FM, Adam Paluka FOX23 News and Jerry Wofford with the Tulsa World.

The forum can be found at: or on Community College TV, Cox Channel 21, KWHB Ch., 47, Tulsa Government Television, Cox Channel 24 (TGOV)., Cox On Demand and Video On Demand at

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Mayor Maynot - 2/9/2013 7:54 AM
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Alemin came from a family of coyotes that's funny

Mayor Maynot - 2/9/2013 7:44 AM
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Booblette didn't know or care before.. What's the sudden rush?? He wants to blame the owners of rental properties but Tulsa Housing Authority authorized and subsidized the residency of InDiViDuAlS in low income housing. Better check home base ;-((

aleman - 2/8/2013 3:22 PM
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Damn Dewee get a haircut your the mayor after all, folks gonna think you came from a family of sheep dogs
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