KENTON — The Ohio EPA has awarded more than $19 million in financing to improve water infrastructure in northwest Ohio.
The EPA funding includes a $1.27 million loan for the city of Kenton to improve its water treatment plant and other drinking water infrastructure.
County governments also received grants through the EPA funding. Hancock and Putnam counties both received $150,000 in forgiveness loans to improve household sewage systems. Hardin County was given $100,000.