The lease with the primary private tenant at the new Tulsa city hall won’t allow a “City Hall” sign on the building, so the city will string a large temporary banner across the building’s public entrance to identify it.

The new city hall opened for business in early October after Tulsa issued $76 million of bonds in November 2007 to buy the downtown high-rise headquarters of a defunct telecommunications company and move municipal departments into it. However, the city cannot put a large permanent sign on it or officially name it Tulsa City Hall due to provisions in the lease agreement with Bank of Oklahoma.

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