Simply google the word “mayor,” and you’ll likely discover information about Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett.
As president-elect of the United States Conference of Mayors, the official non-partisan organization of city chief elected officials, Cornett is passionate about Oklahoma City.
One project he’s particularly fond of is MAPS, Oklahoma City’s voter-approved capital improvement program. MAPS began in 1993 to upgrade or build new entertainment, cultural, recreational and athletic facilities. In 2016, MAPS 3 will bring a new convention center, outdoor trails, river improvements, public park, senior health and wellness centers, and a modern streetcar and transit system.