Flood control is part of Tulsa's capital-improvement proposal

10/9/2013 | Insurance Journal

A $917.8 million capital-improvement proposal in Tulsa, Okla., includes $3.4 million for a project to evaluate and fix a 70-year-old levee that was deemed "unacceptable" by the Army Corps of Engineers. "It is basically going to evaluate the levee system’s strengths and weaknesses and begin the process of updating the pump stations," said Todd Kilpatrick, levee commissioner for the local drainage district.

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