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Ohio Senate Bill Mandates Asset Management for all Water Systems

By: George Sendrey, P.E., Project Manager, Water Resources Did you know the state of Ohio has enacted new legislation mandating each water system that serves the public be required to have an asset management plan in place by October 1, 2018? Is your community ready for this? The plan will require all water systems to…
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Your Municipality Bond Rating Could Be At Risk

By: Jeffrey Kerr, PLA, AICP, ASLA The debate about climate change continues, but one financial institution is implying they are ready to penalize municipalities that don’t embrace the idea and plan accordingly. Moody’s Investor Services, Inc. released a report that it is now looking at incorporating climate change into its credit rating assessments for municipal…
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5 Things You Need to Know About Major Changes Coming to Stream and Wetland Mitigation in 2018

Written by: Joyce Marzano, Senior Ecologist The United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), along with the Ohio Interagency Review Team (IRT), are developing a new approach to compensatory mitigation for projects requiring mitigation for wetland and stream impacts. These changes will undeniably affect the Great Lakes and Ohio River Division of USACE and are…
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