Some Green Country Communities To Vote On Bond Issues Tuesday

Monday, October 7th 2013, 3:56 pm
By: News On 6

Voters in several communities will head to the polls Tuesday to decide on bond issues.

In Jenks, voters will be deciding on an $11.7 million dollar bond issue for roads. If the bond passes, some of that money would go to widen Main Street, making it four lanes from Elm to Highway 75. It would also pay for some changes along 111th and Elwood. But the biggest chunk of the money would go to revamp the Elm Street and Creek Turnpike interchange.

People in Jenks will also be voting on a $2 million bond issue to pay for sewer system repairs.

Glenpool residents will vote on a .6-cent sales tax for public parks.

And folks in Collinsville and Chouteau-Mazie will be deciding on school bonds that would build new schools in those districts. The school bonds need a 60 percent approval to pass.

Tulsa County:

City of Glenpool
Sales Tax For Parks

City of Jenks
Prop 1: $11,700,000 Street Bond
Prop 2: $2,060,000 Sewer Bond

Collinsville Public Schools (multi-county)
$20,145,000 Construction Bond

Craig County

Bluejacket Public Schools
$750,000 Construction Bond

LeFlore County

Bokoshe Public Schools
$260,000 Transportation Bond

Mayes County

Chouteau-Mazie Public Schools (multi-county)
$8,595,000 Construction Bond

Pittsburg County

Carlton Landing Incorporation

County Commissioner District 3 Democrat Primary

County Commissioner District 3 Republican Primary

Sequoyah County

Vian Public Schools
School Board

Gore Public Schools (multi-county)
Prop 1: $300,000 Construction Bond
Prop 2: $100,000 Transportation Bond