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“Norman City Council to Consider Water Contract With Del City”

Filed by KOSU News in State Impact.
March 27, 2013

Norman City Council members will consider a five-year contract to buy Del City’s surplus allotment from Lake Thunderbird.

Norman, Midwest City and Del City rely on Lake Thunderbird for a water supply, supplemented by water wells.
The three cities share an allocation of 21,600 acre-feet of lake water annually. Norman has 43.8 percent of the total allocation. Midwest City has a 40.2 percent allocation, and Del City’s allocation is 15.8 percent.
Del City does not use the full amount allocated each year, but Norman does.

Read more at: newsok.com

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