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Emergency planning committee meeting set The Cleveland County Local Emergency Planning Committee will meet at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday at the new City of Moore Emergency Operations Center, 109 E. Main St. The committee is composed of ...
Aquifer report sheds light on Norman’s well water for future
A recently released report will aid the city and state in planning for Norman’s future water supply. City wells, which tap into the Garber-Wellington aquifer, are an important component of Norman’s water portfolio. If the aquifer is ...
Bed and breakfast gets approval
The Norman City Council considered two special use zoning requests Tuesday for locally owned businesses. A request to allow a bed and breakfast near campus was allowed, while a request for an early education center was postponed....
Lane closure Today, the contractor will collect data for the future repair of the dip in the pavement on southbound 12th Avenue Northeast. The outside southbound lane of 12th Avenue Northeast just south of Robinson will be temporarily ...
Center City Vision steering committee considering new zoning code style
Norman will break out of the mold that has controlled the past to redesign one of the oldest districts in the city....
Contractors license renewal
Beginning Friday, license renewal notices will be mailed to approximately 1,000 trade contractors (electrical, mechanical and plumbing), as well as sign and structure moving contractors who carried an active license in Norman during ...
After hearing concerns, Moore City Council unanimously denies zoning change request
Moore — Residents protesting a requested zoning change to allow apartments to be built in an area devastated by the May 20 tornado filled Moore City Hall on Tuesday night, then applauded when the Moore City Council denied the zoning change ...
Beyond Coal activists ask OG&E to dump coal
Dozens of Oklahoma Beyond Coal activists gathered Friday to deliver Valentines and more than one thousand petitions to OG&E, asking the company to break up with coal this Valentine’s Day and make a real commitment to clean energy, like ...
Beginning today, Ann Branden Blvd will be closed to through traffic. Access to and from the Renaissance Apartments westward will only be available from Classen Blvd (Highway 77). Likewise, access to and from Nichols Marine eastward will ...
Three persons unrelated law challenged during City Council Oversight Committee
A law meant to protect single-family neighborhoods is under fire and could be modified or eliminated. Opponents of the city’s “three persons unrelated” law said Norman’s social host laws provide most of the protection needed....
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