MAPS 4 wouldn't benefit majority

Published: December 6, 2013

“Next MAPS initiative likely to cover transit” (Business, Nov. 30) was disturbing. With many of the MAPS 3 projects still awaiting completion, we're already talking about another MAPS tax? It appears that the MAPS tax is becoming automatic.

Many Oklahoma City taxpayers haven't benefited from the past MAPS projects and a new one — especially if it means a downtown transit system — would benefit the majority of us even less.

Jim Dixon, Oklahoma City

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