Watershed ID's projects to benefit Lake Okabena
WORTHINGTON -- With $300,000 available from the county's Clean Water Partnership fund and the potential to access more money from the city's sale of the hospital in Worthington, managers of the Okabena-Ocheda Watershed District went to work Tuesday to identify projects to benefit water quality in Lake Okabena.
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