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Our Mission is to actively and publicly promote a set of core values that supports good government, encourages public service, and increases respect and trust for our local government in Bartlesville.
Respect for the citizens of Bartlesville.

Honesty and integrity.

Quality leadership coupled with integrity, intelligent decision-making, and common sense.

Ethical, equitable and fair-minded behavior.

Openness, transparency and accountability.

Fiscal responsibility.

Good decisions based on the right priorities, good planning and the use of real facts.
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Last updated: 12/17/2012
BPSD School Board
Doug Divelbiss (President)

Ben Rainey (Vice President)

Scott Bilger (Clerk)

Nikki Benson

Rick Boswell

Vanessa Drummond

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BRCC & City hire Angelou Economics to update 2006 Economic Development Study
The Bartlesville Regional Chamber of Commerce and the City of Bartlesville hired Angelou Economics for $50,000 to conduct a two-part study.

The first part of the study is to determine how retail opportunities can be increased in the City. Some options include awarding incentives to retailers to locate in Bartlesville.

The second part of the study is to update the 2006 Bartlesville Economic Development Study, initially conducted by Angelou Economics. The original report recommended several actions to be taken to enhance Bartlesville's quality of life. Those are the recommendations that Angelou was asked to address in this recent update.