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4-Part Proposition
Vision 2025
Tulsa County Sales Tax Decisions
On Sept 9th Election
Proposition I: Boeing
$350 Million Aircraft Manufacturing/Assembly Facility

Proposition II: American Airlines
$22.3 Million Capital Improvements

Proposition III:
Economic Development / Educational / Health Care & Events Facilities
Higher Education / Health Care
$30 Million OU - Tulsa - Medical Research & Clinical Care Facility
$30 Million OSU - Tulsa - Advanced Technology Research Center
$26 Million NSU - Broken Arrow - Science, Library & Classroom Building
$8 Million Langston - Tulsa - Building for Administration, Academics & Community Outreach Programs
$8 Million Tulsa Community College (SE Campus) - Medical and Biotechnology Learning Center
$14 Million Morton Health Care Center New Clinic
Common Education
$11.3 Million Funding for Instructional Materials -
all Tulsa County School Districts
Event Facilities
$163 Million Tulsa Regional Convention/Events Center
$40 Million Expo Square - Parking Facilities, Livestock Barn, Exchange Building & Related Improvements

Proposition IV:
Capital Improvements for Community Enrichment
Parks / Trails / Community Centers
$12.7 Million Tulsa County Parks - Various Locations
$6 Million Broken Arrow Community Center (Nienhuis Park) & Swimming Pool
$2.3 Million Collinsville City Hall / Community Meetings Facilities
$1 Million Owasso Community Center
$0.3 Million Skiatook Community Center
$0.3 Million Skiatook Swimming Pool
$0.5 Million Sperry Community Center
$8.4 Million Mohawk Park and Air & Space Museum
$3.7 Million Osage Trail
$1 Million Midland Valley / Downtown Trail Extension
Infrastructure / Attractions
$5.6 Million Arkansas River Low Water Dams (2)
$1.8 Million Zink Lake Shoreline Beautification
$2.1 Million Zink Lake Upstream Catch Basin and Silt Removal
$15 Million Historic Route 66 (Streetscaping, Lighting, Signage, & 11th Street Bridge Enhancements
$12 Million Oklahoma Aquarium
$4 Million Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame
$30 Million Downtown / Neighborhood Fund (Countywide)
$12.2 Million Haikey Creek Flood Prevention
$13.5 Million 61st Street Widening (US 169 to 148th East Ave.)
$4.5 Million Owasso Waterline / Infrastructure to Serve Medical Facility
$14.5 Million Sand Springs Keystone Corridor Redevelopment (SH-97 to Adams Road)
$4 Million 36th Street North Widening (Cincinnati to Osage County Line)
$2 Million American Indian Cultural Center (Infrastructure)

Senior Rebate
$5 Million Senior Rebate

$885 Million (Grand Total)
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