City Council Ward I

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Janey Cagle-Boydston

City Council Member
jboydston@muskogeeonline.org

JaneyBoydstonJaney Boydston was born and raised in Muskogee. She went through the Muskogee School System and graduated from Muskogee Central High School with the class of 1951. She worked 22 years for attorneys Chester Norman, Chal Wheeler and Judge Mike Norman. Janey owned and operated Cagle's Flowers and Gifts before turning the business over to her daughter, Becky Hearon. Since that time, Janey has been a volunteer worker at the flower shop.

Janey served on the Muskogee City Council from 2000 to 2008. Upon the resignation of David Jones as Ward 1 Councilman in January, 2015, she was asked to fill the remainder of his term. Then won election later in 2015 until 2018. She is an active member of St. Paul United Methodist Church, Muskogee Rotary Club, A More Beautiful Muskogee and is interested in all things involved in the growth of Muskogee and the betterment of the quality of life of its citizens.

Patrick Cale
City Council Member
pcale@muskogeeonline.org

Patrick CaleCouncilor Cale loves his hometown and understands the importance of community service.  Whether it’s serving pancakes or ringing bells for the Salvation Army, he understands the importance of serving his community. As an active member of the Noon Lions Club member and a former Chamber board member, Patrick enjoys being involved in the city projects and helping its residents in any way he can.

Councilor Cale is a longtime businessman and civil servant who knows that honesty and transparency truly are the best policies. When it comes to his hometown, he is upfront about his ideas and takes concerns seriously.  Patrick Cale is always planning for the future; he is not looking for short-term fixes. He bases decisions on whether they are well suited for Muskogee and will be beneficial in the long run. Patrick understands the financial needs and demands of running, growing and maintaining a city and knows that making informed decisions for the future is the only way for a city to prosper.