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EPA Administrator Lisa P. Jackson Announces Great Lake Grants
September 10, 2010, 11:47 am
Filed under: News

CHICAGO – U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa P. Jackson  announced EPA’s first Great Lakes Restoration Initiative competitive grants on September 7th in Toledo, Ohio.
She was joined in Toledo by Ohio Lt. Governor Lee Fisher, Ohio EPA Director Chris Korleski,  Mayor Michael Bell, City Councilman Mike Craig and Tim Eder, Executive Director, Great Lakes Commission.
The first of the Ohio Great Lakes Restoration Grants (totalling $1,968,228) are:
• $1 Million to Ohio Environmental Protection Agency for Cuyahoga County surface water improvement.
• $250,000 to the Ohio Office of Budget and Management for Toledo Harbor sediment project.
• $550,228 to the University of Toledo for prevention of surface water contamination from biosolids.
• $168,000 to Ohio Department of Natural Resources for Maumee reforestation.


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