Okla. mayor proposes higher budget but smaller general fund

05/1/2013 | Tulsa World (Okla.)

Tulsa, Okla., Mayor Dewey Bartlett has unveiled a $711.1 million budget proposal that is 0.9% higher than the current budget but would cut general-fund expenditures by 2% through eliminating positions, instituting a hiring freeze and cutting costs in supplies, travel and overtime. "Although we had to make cuts across departments, this budget proposal protects core services and preserves public-safety service levels," Bartlett said.

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