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Tulsa City Councilors Visit Your Neighborhood For Your Opinion

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TULSA - Tulsa city councilors are coming into several neighborhoods this summer to discuss important topics.

The meetings will cover the city's budget, public safety and water in the Arkansas River.

A task force has found out more about what it will take to get water in the river, including the cost, development issues and the river's infrastructure.  Councilors will present a video that shows citizens the long-term plan and findings from the task force.

Mayor Bartlett will be attending these meetings as well.

Anyone is welcomed to show up and voice their opinions.

Meetings start at 6 p.m. and wrap up between 7:30-8.

The locations are as follows:

-July 7: Districts 7 and 8 - Tulsa Community College Southeast Campus Performing Arts Center for Education, 10300 E. 81st St.

-July 8: Districts 5 and 6 - Garnett Assembly of God, 2930 S. Garnett Road

-July 28: Districts 1 and 3 - Rudisill Regional Library (Library Hall), 1520 N. Hartford Ave.

-Aug. 4: Districts 2 and 9 - Jewish Federation of Tulsa, 2021 E. 71st St.


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