Tulsa Extends Its 3d Penny

Watts, Jim
May 2006
Bond Buyer;5/16/2006, Vol. 356 Issue 32382, p35
Trade Publication
The article reports that election voters in Tulsa, Oklahoma have approved an extension to third–penny sales tax to fund capital projects across the city. The approval allocates the city's capital movements program including uncompleted projects. The city is expected to issue more revenue bonds to complete projects quickly.


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