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EPA tells Bellaire to control sewer overflow issues

March 24, 2013

BELLAIRE — The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency is looking to get combined sewer overflows (CSO) under control locally....

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Mar-24-13 2:01 AM

what about all of that money that we pay EORWA every month? Are they not responsible for anything aside of taking our money?

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Mar-24-13 8:12 AM

"Participation" not just once but twice, "there is just one issue funding", nicely punctuated, lol. And "I'm all for it". All for what, funding? Aren't we all?

What in the*****is going on at the Times Leader? Doesn't anyone proof read this garbage?

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Mar-24-13 10:43 PM

Get in compliance and the mayor and council are all for it. What is their long term plan for funding this? Why as stated in another comment are we paying EORWA every month and why is it increased by $1 every year? This council doesn't have a long term plan for anything except Easter egg hunts and poorly attended festivals. Are we going to find another EPA fee tacked on our water bills? And then the schools want a levy passed? I don't think so. Most people are lucky just to buy food and pay their bills.

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