City Council Meeting 9-27-2022

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Zoning Notice 1 - Section 3.10 Accessory Structures

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Upcoming Events


Sunday, October 9, 2022

OPAC: Patti LaBelle

Beautiful simply does not describe the incomparable force known to the world as Patti LaBelle. Belting out classic rhythm and blues renditions, pop standards, and spiritual sonnets have created the unique platform of versatility that LaBelle is known and revered for. Patti has been featured in popular films and television programs including A Soldier’s Story, A Different World, American Horror Story, and Empire, and starred in her own TV series, Out All Night. Always a person to take on new challenges, in 2017 Patti launched a record label, GPE Records, and released her first jazz album, Bel Hommage. While she has reached the heights of success throughout her 60-plus-year career, Patti has also endured and survived personal strife. 

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RMC Concert Series


Tuesday, October 11, 2022

City Council Meeting

The Oxford City Council meets every month on the second and fourth Tuesday. The City Council Work Session begins at 6:00 p.m., followed by the City Council Meeting at 6:30 p.m.

Thursday, October 13, 2022

OPAC: The Doo Wop Project

The Doo Wop Project begins at the beginning: tracing the evolution of Doo Wop from the classic sound of five guys singing harmonies on a street corner to the biggest hits on the radio today. In their epic shows The Doo Wop Project takes audiences on a journey featuring foundational tunes from the Crests, Belmonts, and Flamingos through the vocal artistry of Smokey Robinson, The Temptations, and The Four Seasons all the way to DooWopified versions of modern hits from Michael Jackson, Jason Mraz, Maroon 5, and Sam Smith. Featuring stars from the Broadway hits Jersey Boys, Motown: The Musical, and A Bronx Tale, The Doo Wop Project brings unparalleled authenticity of sound and vocal excellence to recreate—and in some cases entirely reimagine – the greatest music in American pop and rock history.

Residents can report a problem by submitting the form. Some examples of city service requests:

Tree limbs down causing a hazard
Potholes, curbs or sidewalks that need repair
Garbage collection
Animal control
Stop sign down
Street lights out
Building Code complaints

Reports for service are entered into a computer program, sent to the responsible department, and tracked to a resolution

Citizens are notified by text, phone call, or email when the situation is resolved