Tulsa County Commissioner Announces Plans To Resign
TULSA COUNTY, Oklahoma - A Tulsa County commissioner announced plans to resign his position and become head of a builders trade group.
John Smaligo will start working with the Associated Builders and Contractors of Oklahoma April 1 and will officially resign as Tulsa County commissioner April 2nd.
Smaligo was a Tulsa County commissioner for 11 years and an Oklahoma House of Representative for three terms.
Associated Builders & Contractors says it culminates year long search to replace Carl Williams, CEO, who is retiring.— Emory Bryan (@emorybryan) March 9, 2018
Group says there will be overlap between CEO's for several months, but he'll start April 1.— Emory Bryan (@emorybryan) March 9, 2018
Smaligo was Tulsa County Commissioner 11 years, Oklahoma House of Representatives for three terms.— Emory Bryan (@emorybryan) March 9, 2018
Contractor group says Smaligo will officially resign from his position with the Tulsa County Commissioner April 2nd (a Monday) in order to assume his new position at— Emory Bryan (@emorybryan) March 9, 2018
Associated Builders and Contractors of Oklahoma.