• Officials say Ozone Alerts have decreased in recent years

    By: Mallory Thomas


    TULSA, Okla. - Quick facts:


    • The Indian Nation Council of Government Air Quality program manager says she has seen Ozone Alert days decrease in the last 20 years.
    • She says area residents should wait to mow their lawns or get gas for their cars until Tuesday night.
    • She says air quality has improved in the last few years, due to improvements in cars and the gasoline industry.
    • She says it is a little surprising to see an Ozone Alert day in September.
    • Tuesday is the third such day in Green Country in 2017.


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