TULSA - Neighbors in one midtown Tulsa neighborhood are concerned over a zoning application which would turn their neighborhood into a historic district.
The Sunset Park neighborhood sits southwest of 21st and Peoria. Sunset Park is a subdivision of the Maple Ridge Association, which submitted the application.
Neighbors are seeking an injunction from a judge over the application. Court documents accuse the Association of acting "contrary to its bylaws." The plaintiffs also say some neighbors were not aware of the application until they received ballots to vote on it last month.
"The goal [Tuesday] is really just to get the judge to say stop," said Ed Leinbach, whose wife is listed as a plaintiff.
He says he wants to make sure everything in the process, in handled correctly. "If it is, let's get on with the vote and see what happens.
Many neighbors have posted signs in their yards, both supporting and opposing the application.
Jim and Doretta Karns-Pottorff have signs supporting the measure.
"We want to see people keep the neighborhood authentic," said Doretta, who also believes the injunction will not be granted. "I think that it won't go through.
A judge will hear the case on Tuesday morning. Stay with 2NEWS on this story develops.
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