Following the money trail: Norman (OK) residents want to know how the stormwater dollars will be spent

Chris Moxley is the president of the Homeowners Association of Arbor Lakes, an upscale neighborhood on the west side of Norman. With 179 homes, a playground, parks, a lake and homes in the $400,000 price range, its arguably one of Norman’s finer housing additions.  The lake is not just an amenity — it also serves as flood control to channel runoff from the subdivision, and it’s not cheap to maintain it.    Read the article…………..


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