Tulsa, Okla. - Sales tax revenue has slowed down in Tulsa, and now, the city could have a serious budget shortfall...
Right now, the City is about $3 million short, but if the slowdown in sales tax revenues keeps up, Tulsa will be $11 million dollars short by the end of the fiscal year.
Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett says they'll have to find a way to cope.
"We're still certainly trying to live within our means as best we can, cutting expenses," Bartlett said.
Economists say job growth has slowed down statewide and say that's having a ripple effect on how much people make and how much they spend.