Tulsa, Okla.'s plan to extend two sales taxes to support $800 million capital improvements program of street repairs and facilities upgrades may go to voters as two separate initiatives.

Councilor G.T. Bynum last week suggested a November election for a $418.7 million street maintenance effort financed with $355 million of general obligation bonds and $63.7 million from the extension of a 0.167% sales tax to 2019.

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