Whitney Bryen / Oklahoma Watch Oklahoma Watch Executive Editor David Fritze talks with Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt about the MAPS 4 proposal during a public forum on Sept. 17, 2019. Credit: Whitney Bryen / Oklahoma Watch
Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt fielded many questions about the details and intentions of the ambitious MAPS 4 proposal in an Oklahoma Watch forum Tuesday night. The proposal, to be funded by a penny sales tax for eight years, would generate close to $1 billion in public funding – much of it aimed at addressing human-services and neighborhood issues.
Public forum on MAPS 4 on Sept. 17, 2019.
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by Oklahoma Watch, Oklahoma Watch
September 18, 2019
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