Voters in the Tulsa suburb of Broken Arrow will go to the polls on Dec. 9 to decide on a $38.5 million general obligation bond issue for parks, public safety, streets, and drainage projects. The City Council set the election last week.

If voters approve, the bonds will be sold over three years to keep the property tax rate at its current level. The council originally considered a project list totaling $48 million, but whittled it down to avoid a tax increase from the current 15 mills.

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