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Liquid Assets
4:00 am
Tue September 24, 2013

Liquid Assets: How Cincinnati became a world water leader

Eight UV reactors will go online in October.
Ann Thompson WVXU

The Greater Cincinnati Water Works (GCWW) will add yet another layer of treatment in October to make your drinking water safer. This technology and others like it are a model for the world and that's why Cincinnati is attempting to become a global leader in the area of water technology.

You might say we have some of the cleanest drinking water around. The Greater Cincinnati Water Works treats it with five key steps:

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UAS
7:06 pm
Mon September 23, 2013

Sinclair helps make UAS case for Dayton hub

Sinclair Community College now has permission (CoA) to fly UAS (unmanned aerial systems) at the Wilmington Air Park.
Ann Thompson WVXU

By the end of the year, the Federal Aviation Administration says it will pick six sites to test unmanned aerial systems (UAS). The Dayton region hopes to be on the list and has taken another step to set itself apart.

On Monday Sinclair Community College announced:

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Ohio Legislature
5:16 pm
Mon September 23, 2013

New bill looks at lobbyist's pay

A Democratic lawmaker in the Ohio House wants to require lobbyists to disclose their annual salaries as a way to bring another level of transparency to state government.

Bob Hagan from Youngstown said information seems to be missing behind campaign contributions and lobbying in the Statehouse. That’s why he's calling for new requirements for lobbyists to disclose their annual salaries.

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Liquid Assets
4:00 am
Mon September 23, 2013

Liquid Assets: Cincinnati hopes to cash in on H2O

By the year 2020 the water industry is estimated to be worth $1 trillion.
Ann Thompson WVXU

By the year 2020 the water industry, including treatment, management and infrastructure, could be worth $1 trillion globally. Cincinnati, armed with experts, new technology, and a reputation as a worldwide water leader, is looking to cash in.

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Local News
12:00 am
Sun September 22, 2013

Democrats use tea party to battle Issue 4

It’s not every day that you come across an issue that unites the Cincinnati AFL-CIO Labor Council and the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber.

Nor are there many issues on which the two Democratic candidates for Cincinnati mayor, John Cranley and Roxanne Qualls, agree.

But Issue 4, the tea party-backed charter amendment that will be on the Nov. 5 ballot, is one of them.  

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