2 thoughts on “MAPS: On the move to get your money

  1. Paul Utterback

    I have all these mixed feelings about MAPS 3. I initially felt a great deal of excitement because I’d take transit improvements, no matter how marginal, at essentially any cost. It has so many things that I’d love: a trolley system, more sidewalks and trails, a new park as well as existing park improvements, and perhaps most useful to me, additional funding the the OKC bus system.

    I’m trouble, though, like so many people by the lack of accountability in place and also displeased that the city won’t allow voters to approve individual projects. The reasoning behind I think is very much what the above video mentions. It smells of cronyism. Still, I debate…

  2. Paul Utterback

    I have all these mixed feelings about MAPS 3. I initially felt a great deal of excitement because I’d take transit improvements, no matter how marginal, at essentially any cost. It has so many things that I’d love: a trolley system, more sidewalks and trails, a new park as well as existing park improvements, and perhaps most useful to me, additional funding the the OKC bus system.

    I’m trouble, though, like so many people by the lack of accountability in place and also displeased that the city won’t allow voters to approve individual projects. The reasoning behind I think is very much what the above video mentions. It smells of cronyism. Still, I debate…

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