HCGHDHamilton County General Health District
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HCGHD initiated a community education program to gain public acceptance of the operation permit program, to improve political support, and to teach homeowners about HSDS operation and maintenance.
The Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) and HCGHD forged a partnership and collaborated at several public meetings.
This credit was brainstormed by MSD and HCGHD officials together with a group of western Hamilton County business leaders and elected officials.
In 1996, HCGHD began using the Cincinnati Area Geographic Information System (CAGIS).
As of January 1, 1998, HCGHD staff located a total of 9,515 aeration systems.
During the spring of 1998, HCGHD mailed out 1,000 customer surveys to homeowners with aeration systems.
With the advent of GIS technology at HCGHD, staff members began monitoring for any association between communicable-disease cases and the proximity of those cases to home sewage systems.
HCGHD plans to continue advancing water quality improvements, improving existing programs, and adding new ones.
The integrated approach will provide up-to-date information on land use and infrastructure changes in a watershed and allow HCGHD to assess the impacts on water quality.
The health commissioner will review a contract between OEPA and HCGHD that will provide HCGHD the authority to inspect the semipublic systems.