Trustees of Tulsa County Independent School District No. 5 will meet Oct. 9 to decide on a December election for a $153 million bond package. The measure is the biggest in the suburban Tulsa district’s history, and one of Oklahoma’s largest school bond proposals ever.

If voters approve the plan, lease revenue bonds would be issued by a separate public property corporation to finance the new facilities rather than relying on conventional general obligation debt.

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