TULSA - Mayor Dewey Bartlett and the Tulsa City Council will host the last two discussions on capital improvements to be funded by the Third Penny Sales Tax and General Obligation Bond Issue.
The measures must be placed on the ballot every five years and have been approved since the 1980s, according to the City of Tulsa.
Voters will decide on the resolutions at the Nov. 6 elections.
With both resolutions scheduled to expire, the meetings will discuss the need for street, capital and infrastructure improvements.
The meetings are scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. at the following locations:
Once public comment has been received at each of the meetings, the mayor and city council will draft a proposed capital improvements program, which will then be presented at four additional citywide public meetings.
Upon finalization of that program, it will be placed on the ballot.