$30B in bonds approved to improve infrastructure in Oklahoma County
$30 billion in bonds approved to improve infrastructure in Oklahoma County. It was not a unanimous decision by Oklahoma County commissioners. Some of the projects include continued needs at the Oklahoma County Jail. Commissioners said they plan on spending the entire $30 million but said the bonds make it possible to spend where it's needed.
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