Brooksider, 7/20/2007 - 11:33am "I was certainly disappointed with the vote. Even more disappointing is the fact that we do not know what facilities are being vacated. The original list included 12 buildings. Now we hear the municipal court building is not moving. 911 is moving to its own building under construction near Pine & Lansing. The Jackson warehouse is moving to north Tulsa. That is several hundred employees. So who is moving into the One Technology Center? How is the city going to develop the Jackson area? A ball park? That area called the West Yard is cut off by a railroad line, over which the city has absolutely no control. The debt is the number one issue, but there are many more. Now that the deal is done (mostly), all we can do is pray it works."
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