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Oklahoma Municipal Alliance

Building strong communities through a well trained workforce.

At the 2019 Annual Meeting of the Association, MESO members unanimously approved changing the name of the association to the Oklahoma Municipal Alliance (OMA). The name change will take affect July 1, with the beginning of the new fiscal year.

In changing the name, the members approved the expansion of training and services to other municipal departments, beginning with water and wastewater operators.

Welcome to Oklahoma Municipal Alliance (OMA), formerly MESO

OMA (MESO) is the statewide trade association of Oklahoma’s 63 municipally owned electric distribution utilities.

OMA (MESO) provides a variety of services to its member cities including electric line apprenticeship, job training and safety, supervisory training, on-site customer service and administration training, drug testing to meet federal mandates, and consultation on policy issues such as terms and conditions of electric service or rate policy. OMA (MESO) represents its members before the congress, the legislature, and regulatory bodies. OMA (MESO) and its board and staff work to develop rules, regulations, and law that enable its members to provide the most cost-effective power possible and deliver it in the most reliable and safest ways possible. OMA (MESO) also provides administration services to the Municipal Gas Systems of Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Gas Association thereby sharing the roles of energy efficiency with natural gas operations statewide. Our goal is to continuously work to help members meet the challenges of energy delivery while providing significant benefits to their communities from customer owned energy services.

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For Immediate Release: September 30, 2020
Contact: Erin Hatfield, (405) 437-8469 or erin.hatfield@deq.ok.gov

The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is now accepting applications for its Community Revitalization Program. The program’s mission is to work with city and county governments across Oklahoma to resolve environmental issues such as asbestos and lead-based paint, allowing for renewed use of buildings as sites for business or government.


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