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Tulsa passes third Improve Our Tulsa package

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Posted at 8:26 AM, Aug 08, 2023

TULSA, Okla. — According to the Oklahoma State Election Board, all four initiatives from Improve Our Tulsa 3 passed.

Initiatives in Catoosa and Owasso also passed Tuesday night.

The City of Tulsa voted on its third Improve Our Tulsa package, which allocates $814 million in sales tax to infrastructure.

The Tulsa Regional Chamber's CEO Mike Neal released this statement about the vote:

“We were pleased to see strong approval for all four Improve Our Tulsa 3 propositions. The investments from this package will continue to create an environment in Tulsa that is conducive to economic growth, attracting investors and promoting job creation," he said.
“We look forward to continuing to partner with city officials to ensure our city is well-maintained, our businesses thrive, and our community continues to grow and prosper.”

Tulsa City Councilor Grant Miller voiced his opposition to the package and held a town hall to discuss the topic with voters.

He posted this on Facebook after the polls closed:

Mayor GT Bynum championed the Improve Our Tulsa package, starring in local commercials to urge voters to cast a ballot.

His reaction to the package being passed:

Read more about Improve Our Tulsa here.

The City of Catoosa voted on PSO's agreement with the city as well as increasing lodging tax from 5% to 8%.

Owasso, Catoosa voters pass propositions

RESULTS: From the state election board

Polls are officially closed. If you are in line at the polls at 7 p.m., you are still legally allowed to vote.

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