Project hoped to improve water quality in runoff before reaching Lake Okabena
WORTHINGTON — A ceremonial tossing of dirt Tuesday morning marked the start of construction on a regional water retention pond on the south end of the Minnesota West Community and Technical College campus in Worthington.
WORTHINGTON — The regional storm water retention pond project being built on the Worthington campus of Minnesota West Community and Technical College got a $10,000 boost from Independent School District 518 Tuesday night.
City approves $31,000 contribution to project
WORTHINGTON — Another $31,000 of hospital sale proceeds was spent Monday night after Worthington City Council members approved a contribution to the regional storm water retention pond project under construction on the Worthington campus of Minnesota West Community and Technical College.
WORTHINGTON — As Minnesota West Community and Technical College continues to seek partners to help fund a regional stormwater retention pond for its Worthington campus, the project could be delayed until 2013 to capitalize on a potential collaboration with Nobles County.
Minnesota West seeks funding for construction
WORTHINGTON — Storm water flowing into Lake Okabena from the northwest may soon be carrying less sediment if Minnesota West Community and Technical College receives funding approval for construction of a storm water retention pond on the Worthington campus.
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