“We appreciate the Norman Chamber of Commerce’s support and its confidence in the district being reliable and trustworthy stewards of taxpayer money,” Siano said. “This election allows this community to finish the school capital improvement program it started in 2009 and to make some transformative investment in its high schools and in several other areas without raising residents’ current taxes.”
For more information, visit norman.k12.ok.us and click on the Bond Election link.
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