SAND SPRINGS, Okla. - Sand Springs residents have an opportunity Tuesday to learn about what Vision2 will mean for them.
If the $748 million tax extension is approved, Sand Springs will receive more than $10 million.
City leaders are holding a public meeting, seeking input from residents on how to use the money.
So far, some ideas include more parks, trails and sidewalks to connect with existing ones.
Others want to extend the Gilcrease Expressway.
Tuesday's meeting starts at 6:30 at the Community Education Center (Old Central Elementary Gym), located at 4th and Roosevelt in Sand Springs.
City staff will finalize a list of ideas by the end of October.
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