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Central Ohio Planners Spend $1.4M On Climate Change Study

Findlay Floods
A flooded Findlay, Ohio neighborhood on August 22, 2007.
27, 2014

Central Ohio government planners are spending more than a million dollars to study the possible impact of climate change on the region’s water supply. The expenditure comes as researchers and local government officials pay closer attention to volatile weather.

Central Ohio Planners Prepare For Climate Change

Hoover Dam
Sluice gates allow some water to overflow Hoover Dam in Northeast Franklin County. The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission is developing a new climate change model to help predict future water supply for Central Ohio
8, 2013

Central Ohio is preparing for the effects of long-term climate change. The regional planning agency is using available weather and geologic data in a bid to predict future water supply. But, the new climate model comes at a cost.

MORPC Ends Exective Director Chester Jourdan’s Tenure Monday

Chester Jourdan
Former Mid Ohio Regional Planning Commission Executive Director Chester Jourdan.
19, 2012

The Board of the Mid Ohio Regional Planning Commission Monday terminated its Executive Director Chester Jourdan.