There’s a little more to the story told by District 22 Sen. Bill Weber as to why Worthington’s Biotechnology Advancement Center may not receive $313,947.17 in state funding during this legislative session.
No one said cleanup from the nasty storms of nearly two weeks ago was going to be easy, but we can’t help but wonder if some of the processes in place to get federal funding are at least a little too complex.
The headline on Monday's press release from Lewis & Clark Regional Water System was prescient. "Lewis & Clark RWS Responds to Federal FY14 Budget Allocation: $3.2 Million Leaves Project 'Dead in the Water.'" These laments are - sadly - nothing news for a project that is such an integral component of this region's future.
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