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City Of Broken Arrow Wants Input On Bond Proposal

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The City of Broken Arrow will meet Monday night to discuss the largest bond package the City has ever proposed.

City leaders will talk about the GO Bond before approving the final package next month.

They are asking that people attend the meeting and voice any concerns.

Right now, the City has 94 projects totaling nearly $280 million. In order to keep the tax rate the same, the City must get that number down.

Voters will decide on the final package this summer.

The public input meeting is Monday night at 6:00 p.m. at Stoney Creek.

You can see a full list of proposed projects here.

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