(Re-posted from www.okc.gov)
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 9, 2009
Oklahoma City voters said Yes to MAPS 3
Oklahoma City residents showed their support to continue the momentum of City growth by voting Yes to the MAPS 3 initiative. Unofficial election results put MAPS 3 passing with more than 54 percent of the vote.
“We are pleased with our citizens’ vote of confidence,” Mayor Mick Cornett said. “Passing this MAPS initiative was a significant step forward for our city’s economy and quality of life. It assures the momentum will continue,” he said.
The $777 million MAPS projects include a world-class park, rail-based transit, a new convention center, sidewalks, trails, health and wellness centers for seniors, improvements at the State Fairgrounds and improvements on the Oklahoma River.
Information on MAPS 3 will continue to be added at www.okc.gov/maps3.
Wed, December 9, 2009
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