“A quality of life, MAPS-type project would be good if it had a little something for everyone,” Karjala said of quality-of-life projects.
Caissie wants to negotiate with Indian tribes for water rights. He also hopes the Lindsey widening proceeds smoothly.
Williams hammered home the message of green growth for conservation of water and for growth and development. For the Center City Vision, he said collaboration will be key and all stakeholders need to be heard.
Williams said his experience managing public money in his job will make him qualified for working with the city’s budget.
For quality of life and smart growth, Leal wants to get on board with rail.
“Something I would love to see — some type of light rail from Norman to Oklahoma City all the way to Tulsa,” Leal said.
He thinks the three-person unrelated law should be revisited but is conservative in his approach to high density.
“There are some neighborhoods where high density will not work,” Leal said.
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