DALLAS - Tulsa Mayor Kathy Taylor has proposed a $451.6 million street maintenance plan, which would be financed in part with $258 million of general obligation bonds, as a compromise to two competing street programs sponsored by city councilors and one that she put forth in May.

The City Council is scheduled to select a streets package by Aug. 7, hold a public hearing a week later, and vote Aug. 21 on whether to put it onto the Nov. 4 ballot.

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