I need to be a leader at souths reynolds. i need to be an example at weston and other clubs to other young players. if you don’t want to wear the shirt then dont play it. because there are others in your position than me. i need to be there and be able to help everyone if not then no one will play for me”
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Fresh water for midland towns
It’s not just the water that’s bad, according to residents in eastern Ohio, especially along the Ohio River.
There are many problems with how water is delivered from the Ohio to the cities along the river, according to Jim Finkle, senior watershed engineer with the Federal Government Accountability Office. It’s a system that’s been underfunded by $90 million per year for years. In an article, “The Fierce Fines of Water,” Finkle describes how these problems affect a river that flows from Ohio into Indiana.
“At every turn, we’ve been told what’s going on here â€” that water from Toledo to Cincinnati, or from Dayton to Detroit, it’s always on time, it’s always safe to drink, and it keeps the quality of the water high,” Finkle said in his interview with the Columbus Dispatch.
Finkle said the problem isn’t just one city getting wet from the Ohio River. Other cities can have problems if water from other streams gets into their rivers, such as that in Central Ohio where water from the Cincinnati river gets into the Des Moines/Milford river. Finkle also said some cities could be facing problems with a single water source, which could be a problem if there aren’t enough streams between the cities.
In response to Finkle’s article, the state agency is working on a strategy to bring more efficient, reliable and affordable water to communities. Finkle said he hopes that this will happen this spring or summer.
There are many problems with how water is delivered from the Ohio to the cities along the river, according to residents in eastern Ohio, especially along the Ohio River.
The project, titled “River Linked, Water-Enhanced Connections, will serve upriver from Dayton and Toledo to the Toledo-Rochester-Franklin metropolitan area,” said Chris Wierzbicki, project coordinator with the National Transportation Safety Board. Wierzbicki said the project will connect three lines on the Ohio River from Chicago to Ohio City.
Finkle says that this project comes at a time when other projects are under-funded and underused.
The problem also comes at a time when cities are facing budget cuts. Finkle said that many of these problems could be solved through new funding.
“To have a new, effective way of delivering water to cities and towns, it’s going to take money,” he said.