by: Greg Brown Updated:
TULSA, Okla. - Quick facts:
- Tulsa City Councilors went around town Tuesday to talk about where Vision2025 money could go.
- District Three Councilor David Patrick talked about potential upgrades at the Tulsa Zoo among other things.
- The zoo wants funding for a new front entrance to handle larger crowds and upgrades to the elephant exhibit.
- The IC Bus Plant wants electrical improvements so they can add a second shift of workers, creating 600 new jobs.
- American Airlines requested similar electrical improvements.
FOX23 Farron Salley talked to city councilors about what's next
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