“The officers that we bring in are going to be here for several decades. This is the Tulsa Police Department for the next generation, so it’s important to me that that’s a department that looks like the next generation of Tulsans.“What you’re hearing from us in the first 100 days and you’ll hear from us in the next 1,300 is very much about a unified, energetic, excited city about our future.

If that page also shows a proxy address, we need that one too.

JESSIE WARDARSKI/ Tulsa World Jessie Wardarski/ Tulsa World Tulsa Mayor G. Bynum listens to a question from Chief of Staff Jack Blair during a meeting with Tulsa Fire Departments at City Hall in Tulsa on Friday.

JESSIE WARDARSKI/ Tulsa World Jessie Wardarski/ Tulsa World Tulsa Mayor G. Bynum buttons his jacket as he stands next to Oklahoma Turnpike Authority Board Chairman, Albert Kelly Jr., before a press conference at Chandler Park in Tulsa Friday March 10, 2017.

JESSIE WARDARSKI/ Tulsa World • The administration worked with a partnership of other governments including Tulsa County, state and federal to announce a plan to complete the Gilcrease Expressway via turnpike.• Council approved Bynum's proposal to move a dispute over development at Helmerich Park toward a resolution.• The Tulsa Commission on Community Policing, created by Bynum, produced 77 recommendations to improve community policing approaches in Tulsa.• The city of Tulsa became the largest municipal partner with Reading Partners, a national group that focuses on achieving basic reading levels for third graders.• Vision Tulsa's economic-development projects are scheduled for accelerated completion through bonding.

5 — five months after being elected — Bynum and his staff came in with an aggressive agenda for the first 100 days. And then that’s always what we say, ‘Well, hard things are hard.’”Most notably for Bynum in the category of difficult work has been the long dispute over development at Helmerich Park.

Bynum got a recent win through a proposal he made to move the issue forward, but the dispute is still left up to a judge’s decision, anticipated to come this summer.

This Barry Jenkins film is lyrical, poetic and intentionally slow — like the gaps between changing songs in a jukebox. When the aliens ask to be taken to our leader, how will we understand them? Damien Chazelle’s throwback to old Hollywood musicals is an exultant magic trick, a film that shows us love and longing while giving us songs to soar with.

This film, in a way a film about the very idea of language, tries to give us a way forward. It’s all very well to draw a line of reference between Chazelle’s film and Jacques Demy’s 1964 classic , but — blasphemy and bad editorials be damned — the truth is that Chazelle’s film is a greater accomplishment and a finer film, working on more levels and giving us something that is both more satisfying as well as more challenging.

Bynum helped establish the African-American Affairs Commission, scheduled bonding for Vision Tulsa projects, made efforts on various fronts to better connect City Hall to Tulsa’s education systems, started an employee-feedback program to promote inter-department improvement and worked with the City Council to establish community-wide goals.“The overarching thing that everything we’re doing is focused on is getting Tulsa growing,” Bynum said.