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Oklahoma City mulls vote on MAPS 4 sales tax extension


August 23, 2019

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoma City council is expected to set a citywide vote for a one-cent sales tax that would generate nearly $980 million over eight years to fund dozens of city projects, including money for social services like mental health and homelessness.

The proposal outlined on Friday is the fourth iteration of the Metropolitan Area Projects (MAPS), a comprehensive capital improvement program first approved by city voters in 1993.

The council is expected to consider a resolution on Tuesday that calls for a special election on Dec. 10.

Funding in the MAPS 4 proposal include...

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