DALLAS - Voters in Tulsa will decide in November on a 12-year, $2 billion street maintenance program after a divided City Council narrowly put the measure onto the ballot during a heated meeting Thursday night.

The plan will be financed in part with $770 million of general obligation bonds that would require a gradual increase in the city's property tax rate.

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