Celina City Council members will be asked at tonight's meeting to authorize participation in an EPA-sponsored loan program to pay for a proposed addition to the city's water treatment plant.
The city plans to spend up to $3.5 million on granular activated carbon (GAC) treatment technology and to update some vintage 1960s-era equipment at the water plant. The GAC treatment is necessary to comply with an EPA mandate to lower the levels of trihalomethanes (THM) in the city's water. [More]
Top ag official: Farm subsidy programs need reformed
By Nancy Allen
PIQUA - U.S. agriculture exports are expected to reach $78 billion this year, surpassing the 2006 record of $68.7 billion and continuing a goal to open global markets to America's farmers and ranchers, said the nation's top agriculture official Saturday. [More]