A more than five hours–long meeting leads to big changes in Tulsa’s Vision renewal package.
City officials cut $159 million in all, eliminating the need to issue general obligation bonds. Mayor Dewey Bartlett said it’s time to move forward with the election.
"There are other funding packages, other funding sources that will become available for whatever is not quite met," Bartlett said. "We have those opportunities here now within a few years as well."
The lion’s share of those cuts, $126 million, came out of the list of economic development projects.