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OKC Central: Lively debate likely in Oklahoma City with discussion of new conference hotel studies

Published: December 17, 2013

The debate over whether the city should pursue development of a conference hotel will likely enter a new phase this week when residents will know whether the project is likely to move forward or die.

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