Sunday, July 06, 2008

Water park's rent paid



Tulsa County officials on Thursday received past-due rent from Big Splash Water Park, thus ending a silent standoff between the fair board and the water park.

Big Splash owner Loretta Murphy delivered the past due payment in-person to the Tulsa County Public Facilities Authority, said Mark Andrus, interim CEO of Expo Square.

Murphy paid $130,657, which represents the entire rental amount owed to the fair board for 2007. The rent was due Oct. 15.

Problem solved, right? Not so quick! Tune in Monday morning for the rest of the story.

4 Comments:

At 4:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is talk on the ktul.com news blog's that the check bounced. She must really think she is above the law without consenquences!
Maybe, she is really wanting to end up in jail and write a book.

 
At 12:25 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The entire situation at the fair grounds is smelling up the place. There is no leadership in Tulsa. Either at the county level or the city. The mayor cuts back room deals for her cronies and city council rolls over. The county leadership is cutting the same deals and there is no outrage in the community. Why????

 
At 6:11 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Soumds like the mayor of Orlando and his cronies out there PC. Our former interim mayor in Orlando, is now serving time for his attempted back room dealings. But there is hope! Change is coming! The meshia Obama will change the US in the mold of the great city of Chicago... Good you and your son are taking submachine gun classes.. for when the change starts..

 
At 7:50 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ann Coulter has said many times that waterboarding is no worse than a day at the water park. I suggest we shut down gitmo, and transfer all the terrorist to the water park where they can work for their room and board.

 

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