NF)--City of Enid officials are seeking more information after the Oklahoma Tax Commission earlier this month decided not to approve a request from the city to receive tax reimbursements for expenses related to The One from the state’s Quality Events Incentive grant program. Enid News and Eagle reports, city officials say they are still in the dark as to why their Feb. 1 application was denied during the Tax Commission’s weekly meeting, and have asked the Oklahoma Department of Commerce to help sort out the issue. The joint ODOC-OTC program reimburses municipalities in tax revenue for any relevant expenses incurred for so-deemed “quality” events. Enid City Manager Gerald Gilbert said after reportedly being told by state staff, the city had expected to receive the maximum $250,000 from the reimbursement program. However, the three-member Oklahoma Tax Commission unanimously denied the city’s application on May 10. An OTC spokesperson said the application was rejected because it failed to meet all statutory requirements, but that the department would not comment further on what requirements weren’t met.