Mayor Dewey Bartlett and city councilors unveiled Tulsa's top 10 projects for the year Tuesday.
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TULSA - Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett will announce during a press conference Monday afternoon that he is planning to run for re-election.
Bartlett, a native of Tulsa, first took office in December 2009.
"Tulsa is headed in the right direction with nearly 15,000 new jobs in three years, and we need to stay the course,” Bartlett said in a press release.
Bartlett is Tulsa's 39th mayor.
The press conference is scheduled for 4 p.m.
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