Tulsa County leaders okay placing Vision 2 on a November 6th ballot.
After a public hearing at the courthouse, County Commissioners unanimously approve sending the Vision 2 tax extension to a vote in November. A dozen people spoke at the meeting, no one in opposition, although some changes were requested. The biggest chunk of the money requested by the county would go to replacing the Juvenile Justice Center. Chief judge Doris Fransein says the current facility just isn’t adequate. Money would also go for roads and bridges, Expo Square, parks, and river levees.
Tulsa County wants 92-million of the proposed 749-million dollar Vision 2 tax extension proposal.