Ohio Department of Agriculture Director Dorothy Pelanda Address Concerns about Water Quality
CELINA – Water quality and pollution in Grand Lake St. Marys dominated a nearly hour long discussion in Celina with Ohio Department of Agriculture Director Dorothy Pelanda.
The Darke Soil & Water Conservation District and Mercer Soil & Water Conservation District co-hosted Monday’s meet and greet with Pelanda, who was appointed as director on Jan. 10 by Gov. Mike DeWine. Pelanda, the first woman to lead the Ohio Department of Agriculture, spent most of her time answering questions from the approximately 50 people in attendance – most of which focused on Grand Lake St.