Final Vision2 public forum held on Friday night

The City of Tulsa hosted public forums to take input and ideas from the public on how to spend Vision2 funds if voters approve the bond package extension in November.

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aleman - 9/4/2012 7:48 PM
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Damned river is so full of sand it actually carries more water than you think 6 inches on top 100 feet below and the lovely view across the river and the smell of nature the south wind brings(the call of nature)no it's a waste of money,you build something in the northside if the building materials don't get carried off first they don't appreciate it and they procede to destroy it,if you waste it on downtown the winos and perverts contaminate it,the old neanderthals that run this town and have for 100 years need to venture out and realize there is more to this town than those 3 areas.

Gladys Crump - 9/4/2012 4:46 PM
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Unfortunatey Mustangdriver is right, they will go ahead and do it whether or not we vote it down, always trying to spend money on the nasty river...maybe we need to clean up our city first, do you think people will actually be willing to dock a boat up to a restaurant when there is a better than avearage chance they will be robbed, shot, raped or be car or boat jacked? I won't, I can tell you that, and having a dam won't change that.

Steve In Tulsa - 9/4/2012 1:10 PM
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How about fixing the city roads? In many areas the so-called streets are as bad as rutted dirt roads. The roads are so bad it damages my suspension.

mustangdriver - 8/27/2012 11:27 AM
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No sense in wasting any money in north tulsa. Whatever gets built, will just be tagged with spray paint or vandalized. The river needs to be dammed up. Has anyone ever been to Little Rock? The city is dirty, but they have dammed the river up there and it makes a crappy city look good. Boaters are able to launch boats year round into the river. If we can ever get this done, development along the river will flourish. Would be nice to dock a boat up to a restaurant or bar. If you build something in North Tulsa, no one is going to venture out into that part of town to enjoy it. The north side has a bad reputation, and no one is willing to look past that. Roadster - The city realizes that, without taking ideas from the public, the public will most likely not vote for it. My guess is that they will do what they want either way, but they want the people to feel like they have a say so, just to get the measure to pass. SO all you north tulsans, don't get your hopes up, I seriously doubt anything but pothole crews will be coming your way.

billw001 - 8/16/2012 11:27 AM
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REALLY?? YOU ALREADY HAVE OVER SIX HUNDRED MILLION IN THE RAINY DAY FUND. USE THAT!! This state has robbed the taxpayers far to many times............ USE the money you already have. Learn to manage what you got.......

aleman - 8/16/2012 4:34 AM
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Complete the Gilcrease Expressway what a joke I think I have seen at the most 4 cars on it at one time,notice their ideas for the money are the river,downtown,or North Tulsa there are hundreds of square miles of Tulsa that are in bad need of this money besides these areas that always get the money.

aleman - 8/16/2012 3:57 AM
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wasting money on the same old crap,rampant crime wave,meth capital of the world,streets like some third world country...damn where might you spend the money,build a dam on the old nasty river...we are the laughing stock of America.

roadster05r - 8/15/2012 8:28 PM
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Shouldn't the city already have a plan for the funds, BEFORE they go to the voters with their hands out again?
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