It’s a different world because of coronavirus and it means a different way of conducting business at the Oklahoma Corporation Commission.
With the main offices closed in Oklahoma City as well as the satellite facilities in Tulsa, state regulators are still open for business. It’s just that things are done over the telephone or the Internet.
Maribeth Snapp, the Judicial and Legislative Services Director for the Commission recently announced updates to how filings can be made.
“There are new updates to the filing procedures for those conducting business while the Jim Thorpe State Office Building and the Tulsa courtroom of the Oklahoma Corporation Commission are now closed to the public.
As previously announced, court hearings will continue via telephone or the Scopia audio/video conferencing system.
Thank you for your patience during this time and attention to these matters.”