DALLAS - The president of a Tulsa police association has warned the city council about devoting too much of the city's financial resources to a proposed 12-year, $2 billion street maintenance program.

The council was scheduled to decide last night whether to put onto the November ballot one of three proposals to improve the condition of city streets. A majority of the councilors have indicated they support the $2 billion program, but two less-expensive and shorter plans have been proposed.

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