The City Council recently approved a draft of a $919 million capital improvement proposal. The City Council and Mayor Dewey Bartlett will hold public meetings to discuss the proposed projects list.
The new nonpartisan municipal election process makes it possible for a new mayor to be elected in the June 11 primary.
An overwhelming majority of June 26 primary election voters approved the tweak to Tulsa’s city charter, changing the timing of municipal elections to coincide with state and federal election dates. This timing change takes effect this year.
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet candidates and ask your questions at the historic Cain’s Ballroom.
Letter from the president: Thank You For A Great Year! It’s been a busy and successful year for the Tulsa League of Women Voters. The League membership is a collection of smart and dedicated women and men who make things happen for the better in our community. Thank you each and everyone of you who have made a difference. Below …