Tulsa County Assessor hosts forum exposing river tax problems

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Monday night, September 24, at 7 p.m., Tulsa County Assessor Ken Yazel will host a forum about the problems he sees with the proposed Tulsa County sales tax increase for river projects. It's being held at the Hardesty Library, 8316 E. 93rd Street (on 93rd East of Memorial). State Sen. Randy Brogdon, Broken Arrow Mayor Wade McCaleb, and Tulsa City Councilors Roscoe Turner and John Eagleton will also be in attendance, and yard signs and flyers will be available.

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s said:

I'll ask one of the news channels if they can be there so that many Tulsa citizens can be informed of the problems on this river tax.

Others should also ask the news channels to air it on the 10:00PM news and morning program news since space can be limited and so that thousands of voters will be aware of the issues.

You should also request The Oklahoman newspaper be present so they can write a story on it since many take their newspaper in Tulsa.

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