Subdivision creates opportunities for community involvement (OK)

Norman’s St. James Park neighborhood, a growing community in southeast Norman, is investing in building a tight-knit community by going retro and actively providing events and activities where residents can mingle.  “We saw this development not just as land for people to build a home on but as a place where people can build a lifestyle,” St. James Park developer Jay Cervi said.    Read the article……….


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