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2014/11/22 06:01
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The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency said it approved on Nov. 5 an air permit for a natural-gas fired power plant proposed in Middletown, clearing one of the regulatory hurdles for the company...
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2014/11/20 18:12
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Port authority urged to review of Facility 3Board member convinced sewage sludge contaminating Lake Erie The Toledo-Lucas Port Authority Board of Directors came under intense pressure today to...
2014/11/19 20:12
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Published: Wednesday, 11/19/2014 - Updated: 30 seconds ago Ohio governor's EPA director confirmed ASSOCIATED PRESS COLUMBUS — The Ohio Senate has confirmed Gov. John Kasich’s pick to lead the Ohio...
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Experts tell House panel more regulations needed to stop algal blooms The Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles state and federal government issues in the Buckeye Forum podcast....
2014/11/19 14:44
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COLUMBUS (AP) — Environmental officials have found high levels of toxins at central Ohio properties near a former fertilizer plant. The Columbus Dispatch reports Ohio Environmental Protection Agency...
2014/11/19 07:02
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Acting at Tuesday's meeting, council members approved drafting a resolution stating their opposition to the landfill being proposed by West Point Development (WPD), with the resolution joining others...
2014/11/18 06:18
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Nearly five years after the village received a donation from Huntington Bank in the form of the Kaiser building on North Main Street, council made the decision to sell the 5,980-square-foot...
2014/11/18 02:53
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Columbus council OKs 3 percent hike in water, sewer rates The Daily Briefing The Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles state and federal government issues in the Buckeye Forum...
2014/11/16 10:53
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Dispatch Special ReportWhy don't some state officials want you to read this report on 'green’ energy jobs? Report on ‘green’ energy jobs was put on ice during debate Craig Butler, director of the...
2014/11/15 11:53
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TransportationMany hazmat haulers ignore ban on passing through Downtown Local Trucks carrying hazardous materials through Franklin County are supposed to take I-270 to avoid Columbus’ most populous...
2014/11/15 05:37
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County Engineer James Branagan said the current bridge had been reduced to one lane and had a 10-ton weight limit. He said the trusses and stringers on the bridge had deteriorated to the point where...
2014/11/14 06:56
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JCM Contracting and J.S. Northeast Co. Inc. outbid other contractors for the work, which is installing the lines that connect the homes to the main sanitary sewer line. Low-to-moderate income...
2014/11/14 06:48
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Councilman Mike McCauley, chair of the committee, has been advocating for Westerville-based Bennett & Williams Environmental Consultants to complete the study for more than a year. The current plan...
2014/11/14 05:34
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This time, the coalition found it during Wednesday night's Madison Township trustee meeting, where trustees unanimously voted in favor to adopt a resolution of support for the coalition's plans to...
2014/11/13 14:12
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By Scott Kriska The Granger Board of Trustees discussed the proposed termination of a Granger road and the opening of a conservancy during the Nov. 10 meeting. For the fourth time, attorney Jeff...
2014/11/11 10:53
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Second shingle recycler asks Columbus for zoning change Far East Side neighbors object to noise, dust Another asphalt-shingle recycler in Columbus is asking for the proper zoning after opening for...
2014/11/11 02:53
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Water costs likely headed up for most central Ohio residents Local Water rates likely will be going up about 3 percent for many residents in central Ohio. The Columbus City Council is expected to...
2014/11/10 14:31
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Where to dump the Cuyahoga's sediment?State, Port of Cleveland and U.S. officials are trying to figure out what to do with the tons of sediment dredged from the Cuyahoga River before next...
2014/11/09 15:12
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CLEVELAND (AP) - State and federal agencies along with the Port of Cleveland are working to come up with the best way to get rid of all the sediment that is dredged out of the Cuyahoga...
2014/11/08 06:34
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Dave Shank and Dan Johnson of the Akron and Cincinnati offices told City Council this week construction costs could be reduced by at least $3 million. The city turned to the company in September for...
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