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PANDORA — Under constant prodding by the Ohio EPA, the Pandora Village Council has taken steps to address phosphorous issues in its wastewater lagoons. Council also approved the village street improvement project for the upcoming season.

During the Sept. 26 council meeting, Village Administrator Rick Morrison reported they now have a signed agreement with NuSystems, Inc., of Bay City, Michigan, to help with the phosphorous levels in the village lagoon system.

Ohio EPA officials inspected the village’s treatment plant on Road 6 Aug. 21 to investigate a complaint that the village’s wastewater treatment lagoons were...

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