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.
• 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.
• Voters in the Mustang School District will decide on two bond issues, a $4.05 million proposal for various capital projects including a building to house Mustang High School's ROTC program and a $750,000 proposal to buy six school buses and vans.
• The Crutcho School District has a $980,000 bond issue on the ballot for construction, remodeling, furniture and fixtures for school buildings.
• Two candidates will square off for a seat on the Deer Creek Fire Protection District's board of directors. Bonita Morris and Eric Harlow are seeking the position.
• Midwest City voters will decide whether to grant Oklahoma Gas and Electric Co. the right to provide electrical service in the city.
• Lexington voters will consider a half-percent sales tax increase to fund upgrades to the city's water, sewer and electrical systems, street maintenance, city salaries and equipment.