“I’m sure most of you know that municipalities are required to raise their money by sales tax,” Griffith said.
Oklahoma is unique in the limits it puts on its cities regarding revenue.
Griffith said he is very passionate about Norman’s water future. He favors wells, conservation and augmenting the lake as the most cost-friendly remedies.
“I don’t think we need to give up our voting rights for our water in Norman to a consortium of cities in Oklahoma,” Lang said.
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