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Agriculture depends on safe and efficient infrastructure. Rural roads and bridges are a critical link in our nation’s food-supply chain. Preliminary data from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics Commodity Flow Survey show that more than 70 percent of America’s freight, worth $10 trillion, is moved on the highway system. U.S. roads and highways link farmers, ranchers, manufacturers and service industries to grain elevators, ethanol plants, processors, feedlots, markets and ports.

I currently work for the Village of Archbold as a design engineer/project manager. I see projects through from concept to completion. This has…

The Ohio Rail Development Commission (ORDC) recently approved a grant award in the amount of $75,000 to the company Brenntag for its new locat…