DALLAS - Tulsa officials are looking into the possibility of using revenue generated through oil and gas drilling on city-owned property to help finance a proposed $1.6 billion, 10-year street improvement program.

Councilor Bill Martinson said the city's share of the drilling lease payments and royalties from any oil and gas produced on its properties may not be significant, but every source of revenue should be explored before asking taxpayers to finance the street improvement program.

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