Okla. city council addresses water quality, availability

02/28/2013 | Oklahoman (Oklahoma City), The

The Norman, Okla., City Council has approved an ordinance to control the amount of phosphorus-based fertilizer that gets into Lake Thunderbird and causes algae growth. The council also amended a water-conservation plan that restricts outdoor use because of low level in the lake caused by drought.

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