Anglin, Lalli Form New Public Relations Firm

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Anglin, Lalli Form New Public Relations Firm


Debbie Anglin and Stephen F. Lalli have formed a partnership joining their two companies into Public Relations LAB.

The new company provides public relations, advertising, marketing and government information services.

"In addition to working with our own clients, we work with other local and national advertising agencies to provide public relations consultation for their clients," said Anglin. "In some cases, national firms need in-depth knowledge of the Oklahoma City market."

Public Relations LAB's clients include Trans Oklahoma 21, dmg world media in Toronto, the Oklahoma City Home and Garden Show, Road to Work Oklahoma, Pierce Promotions, Boca Boca Restaurant, The Grille on Broadway, Miles Associates, Clear Choice Team Realty, The Oklahoma Transit Association and Oklahoma Good Roads and Transportation Association.

Anglin had been doing business as Anglin Public Relations. Lalli operated as Carovilli Communications.

Public Relations LAB has offices at 1140 NW 63rd St.

On strengthening Tinker's position

A vote in favor of a proposed $50 million bond issue wouldn't hurt the chances of Tinker Air Force Base remaining open during the next round of base closures, U.S. Rep. J.C. Watts says.

"That's a decision the community is going to have to make," Watts, R-Okla., said to representatives of defense contractors and other businesses that rely on the base.

But, he said, "We should always be concerned with doing things to strengthen our position.''

Oklahoma County residents will vote on the bond issue March 12. If it's approved, taxes will rise about $2 a month for 10 years on a $100,000 home to pay off the bonds. The bond issue would pay for the purchase of about 50 acres and the clearing of 104 homes near the base runway. Tinker needs the space to meet federal requirements for security and clearance.

Watts said backers of the bond issue have "a massive undertaking, to go to the community and say this is what we're going to do and this is how we're going to do it.''

"We need to do the things necessary to make sure we're competing and we're strengthening our hand, not weakening it," he said.

Watts spoke at the monthly luncheon of the Tinker Business & Industrial Park, which caters to businesses with connections to Tinker. Tenants are involved in aviation-aerospace, telecommunications and environmental sciences.

Fuel tax hike defeated

A proposal to increase the state tax on gasoline and diesel fuel to raise more money for state highways and bridges has been defeated by a House committee.

The measure by Rep. Wayne Pettigrew, R-Edmond, died in the House Revenue and Taxation Committee when a motion to approve it failed to receive a second.

The bill called for a statewide referendum on increasing the gasoline tax from 16 cents per gallon to 18 cents and the diesel tax from 13 cents to 15 cents. Pettigrew said the increase would raise about $50 million a year for state road maintenance and would attract another $113 million a year in federal matching funds.

Eighty percent of the money would be used for state highways, 15 percent for county roads and the balance would be allocated to cities and towns for roads and bridges.

Pettigrew said he was surprised his measure did not receive a second. He said Republican members of the committee had promised to help him get it out of the committee.

"And they clammed up," Pettigrew said.

The measure was House Bill 2224.

Tax credit legislation dies

The House Revenue and Taxation Committee killed legislation Wednesday to provide income tax credits for scholarship donations to private schools.

The measure's author, Rep. Kevin Calvey, R-Del City, said the measure was not a voucher program for private and parochial school students and that the measure would not drain tax revenue from public schools. …

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