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The City of Broken Arrow has sold $18.7 million of General Obligation (GO) Bonds approved by voters in 2014. The sale will pay for several new streets, public safety, parks and stormwater projects. Approximately $30.1 million of authorized 2014 bonds remain and will be sold over the next two years.
“With the upcoming bond sale, we will be able to move forward on projects that are important to our residents,” said Broken Arrow City Manager Michael Spurgeon. “We’re excited to complete these necessary improvements that will continue to enhance the quality of life in our community.”