LIA discuss next steps
During the month of November, the Lake Improvement Association took a trip to Reynoldsburg where some members spoke in front of a panel of officials with the Ohio Department of Agriculture about the proposed rule changes for distressed watersheds. The proposed changes include the removal of the winter manure ban, something that was put in place, according to LIA President Nick Rentz, because it was easy to enforce.
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