The Tulsa City Council is expected to decide on competing proposals to upgrade the city’s streets by Aug. 7, and could set an election for Nov. 4 for the winning plan.

Councilor Bill Martinson has proposed and Mayor Kathy Taylor has endorsed a comprehensive 12-year, $2 billion street maintenance plan that would be financed in part with $770 million of general obligation bonds.

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