DALLAS - A $700 million street bond program being considered by the Tulsa, Okla., City Council that would rely in part on a sales tax currently collected by Tulsa County has drawn the opposition of two of the three county commissioners.

The street improvement plan proposed by District 5 Councilman Bill Martinsonwould be financed with the proceeds from $636 million of revenue bonds and $62 million of general obligation bonds.

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