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City of Tulsa Capital Projects List

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Come November, the City of Tulsa will ask voters to decide on a capital improvement bond totalling near $919 million. The City Council approved a list of projects and now plans to offer a series of town halls to get feedback from the community. The majority of the proposed projects are street related though slated projects provide for improvements to facilites across Tulsa, including the Central Library (full disclosure).

Town Hall Meetings Scheduled

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Mayor Bartlett and the Tulsa City Council have scheduled a series of town hall meetings to dicuss a potential $800 million public works bond package that would be paid for by extentions of the third-penny and 0.167-cent sales tax. Below find details about the upcoming town halls. Read more about the proposals in the Tulsa World: http://www.tulsaworld.com/article.aspx/Council_seeks_project_consensus/20130620_11_A11_Ctfiil620711

Town hall meetings

City of Tulsa Budget

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Mayor Dewey Bartlett released to the Tulsa City Council his FY 2014 budget.

Access the budget here: https://www.cityoftulsa.org/our-city/financial-reports/2013-14-proposed-budget.aspx

Read Mayor Bartlett's speech here: https://www.cityoftulsa.org/media/317074/fy2014finalbudgetspeech.pdf

Access news reports about the Mayor's new budget: 

Mayoral Forum

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(reblogged from the Tulsa City-County Library Literacy blog:http://www.tulsalibrary.org/blog/out-box-lesson-idea-mayoral-forum-may-8)

 

Local Emergency Alert System

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The City of Tulsa is implementing a location-specific emergency alert system. This system, which launches in June, will alert residents by phone of emergency or threatening events in their area.

All landline phones will automatically be registered to receive emergency notifications. Residents can also opt to be notified by email or to receive a call or text message to a mobile phone.

The system will also push non-emergency notifications to landlands, emails, and mobile phones. To receive these notifications, all residents must opt in. 

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