Thanks to everyone who came to the meeting and the many eloquent speakers who supported water sustainability in Norman!
From The Norman Transcript:
The Norman City Council discussed the Storm Water Master Plan Tuesday evening in front of a packed house of concerned citizens, business leaders and others who had varying concerns regarding the 650-page document that will cost $83 million to implement.
After an avalanche of public comment, including a resolution drafted by the Norman Chamber of Commerce urging the council not to adopt data and maps contained in the plans because they would hurt business development in the future, council members voted unanimously to adopt the resolution and begin the process of moving forward on the Storm Water Master Plan after a meeting lasting more than four hours.
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