TULSA - Officials say the Tulsa County Jail needs a makeover, but they need Tulsa residents help.
Officials are asking Tulsa County residents to sign a petition to get a new tax on the November ballot.
The .167 tax would pay for expanding the jail and building a new Juvenile Justice Center.
The expansion and new juvenile center would aid in eliminating overcrowding and provide youthful offenders with a mental health program.
County officials need 17,000 signatures to bring the tax to a vote.
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