• The council approved tax increment financing to promote development in the area anchored by the Oklahoma Health Center east of downtown. No one spoke at a public hearing on the new tax incentives for the Innovation District. Planners anticipate an estimated $400 million in new public and private investment and creation of about 1,500 jobs.
Read the entire brief on the City Council meeting at newsok.com.
Posted on Wed, December 21, 2016
by Nate Fisher