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Should we limit the number of new Small Box Discount Stores in parts of northern Tulsa?

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What are your thoughts on the Small Box Discount Store Overlay that is being proposed for areas within District 1?

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Please choose which option best describes your opinion on the proposed overlay district.

Response Percent Response Count
I support the proposed overlay. 72.2% 52
I oppose the proposed overlay. 22.2% 16
I am neutral about the proposed overlay. 5.6% 4
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February 15, 2018, 7:51 AM
  • What are your thoughts on the Small Box Discount Store Overlay that is being proposed for areas within District 1?

    As long as these discount stores keep popping up, you he city will not acknowledge the need for a grocery store where quality food can be purchased. There will continue to be a decline in the health of north Tulsa residents who don't have transportation to grocery stores in other areas of town.

  • Please choose which option best describes your opinion on the proposed overlay district.
    • I support the proposed overlay.
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