Oklahoma auditor finds possible violation of Open Records Acts, misuse of dollars in Glenpool

From KJRH: GLENPOOL, Okla. – This little city just south of Tulsa on Highway 75 has grown a lot over the past few years.

It has recently added a new community center and city hall, but it’s what Tommy Carner says is going on inside the new buildings, that prompted him to run for Glenpool city council.


Carner helped gather signatures for a state audit in February of 2012. Two years later, the 75-page audit has been released.


The document lists concerns about transparency, lack of documentation and concerns over violations of the state’s Open Records Act.

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