Neighborhoods, ‘human capital’ are MAPS 4 priorities as city council begins review of proposals

By William CrumMAPS 4 will be about people as much as, or more than, it is about buildings.That is the early takeaway as the Oklahoma City Council begins its review of proposed projects.The council votes Tuesday on a schedule of four public hearings.Read more on NewsOK.com

By William Crum

MAPS 4 will be about people as much as, or more than, it is about buildings.

That is the early takeaway as the Oklahoma City Council begins its review of proposed projects.

The council votes Tuesday on a schedule of four public hearings.
Read more on NewsOK.com

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