Flood Brings Senator Rob Portman To Findlay

12/24/13 5 a.m.
The latest round of flooding prompted a visit by U.S. Senator Rob Portman. The Courier reports Portman met with city officials Monday and said exerting political pressure will be the key in convincing the Army Corps of Engineers to fund the remainder of the Blanchard River flood study. He said Findlay-based Marathon Petroleum may be the largest business in Ohio in terms of revenue, which helps make a solid economic argument for flood control.

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