Councilor Bill Christiansen said Tuesday that he will hand-deliver the resolution, if approved by the council July 30, to the regional office of the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Muskogee. "This situation is a real threat to the city's finances," he said during the council's committee meetings. A resolution is no more than the council formally stating its opinion on an issue, but that is what members of Oklahoma's congressional delegation have advised the council to do.
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