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Voters in Oklahoma head to polls Tuesday in municipal, school district elections

Voters in Crutcho, El Reno, Lexington, Norman, Midwest City Mustang and Stillwater, will decide Tuesday various local issues including city and school bond issues.
BY BRYAN DEAN Published: November 12, 2013

Voters will go to the polls Tuesday in several municipal and school district elections, including a three-part bond issue in Stillwater worth $35 million.

The first part of the bond issue is $20 million for a boardwalk and youth sports complex at Boomer Lake. The second part is $7.5 million to relocate a fire station and double the police department's vehicle fleet. The last part is $7.5 million for road and bridge projects.

Voters will decide on each part of the bond issue separately.

Other elections

• Norman voters will decide on an increase in the city's wastewater rate. The base rate would go from $3.90 to $5 a month, and the user rate would increase from $1.60 to $2.70 for every 1,000 gallons of water used. The rate increase would pay for improvements to the city's south sewer plant that needed to comply with stricter treatment standards.

• El Reno voters will choose their next mayor. Incumbent Matt White faces challengers Ray Brown, John Marshall and Claude Wilkinson.

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