DALLAS -Tulsa Community College would meet Oklahoma's growing demand for technical and medical education with proceeds from a $76 million general obligation bond proposal going to voters on May 13.

The two-year state school is also asking voters to approve an increase in the college district's property tax rate of 1.7 mills to a total of 8.7 mills. The increase would generate an additional $7.9 million a year. The college's property tax, which is levied in Tulsa County, currently brings in $32.9 million a year, or about a third of the school's annual revenue.

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