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Broken Arrow Bond Funds Several Projects Since Last Year

Broken Arrow Bond Funds Several Projects Since Last Year
Friday, September 27th 2019, 5:25 PM CDT
By: Jonathan Cooper

BROKEN ARROW, Oklahoma - Thirteen months after a major bond vote in Broken Arrow, city leaders are working to implement ambitious new projects.

"It's still exciting to think about the fact our voters approved just over $211 million in general obligation bonds,” said Michael Spurgeon, city manager for the city of Broken Arrow.

Spurgeon says since voters approved the bonds in August of 2018, they've been analyzing each approved project from public facilities to parks to roads, and getting them into the construction cycle.

"Which is basically from the time we start thinking about developing the project until we actually cut the ribbon. Which you're looking at design, right-away accusation, utility location and then actually construction,” he said... FULL ARTICLE

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