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Discussing Infrastructure Funding on the Hill

In her role as a Board of Trustees member for The Nature Conservancy, EMH&T President Sandy Doyle-Ahern traveled to Washington, DC, to lobby for infrastructure funding in the next budget cycle. At issue: Ohio’s revolving loan programs including USDA Rural Development funding, CDBG grants, and Section 319 grants. Sandy and several other Trustees made the trip as part of a national Nature Conservancy effort to ensure continuation of these vital programs for infrastructure and water quality improvements. Pictured above, left to right: Steve Anderson (Integrated Leadership Systems), Tracy Freeman (The Nature Conservancy, Government Affairs), Jay Woodhull (Independent Consultant), Doug Parris (NBBJ), US Senator Rob Portman, Josh Knight (The Nature Conservancy Executive Director), Sandy, and Jeff Miller (Health Care REIT).

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