DALLAS -- A local bank is protesting the Oklahoma Water Resources Board's decision to hire another firm as trustee for an upcoming issue when the winning proposal costs three times the bank's bid.

Liberty National Bank of Oklahoma City complained in a May 27 letter to Patricia Eaton, executive director of the board, that it had been passed over even though it was the lowest of three bidders on the upcoming $50 million blind pool financing.

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