to the Lorain County Rural Wastewater District known as LORCO.
establishment is a result of the collaboration of twelve Townships, three
A committee of Township Trustees appointed by Richard Williams, President of the Lorain County Association of Township Trustees and Clerks, diligently worked through a needs assessment and feasibility study for more than a year, utilizing the services of GRW Engineers, Inc. who is the registered engineer for the RLCWA. The feasibility study proved the consensus that in some areas of rural Lorain County the wastewater service was not only needed but quite economically feasible.
With this information in hand and the commitment of the participating Townships and Villages, the application to form a Chapter 6119, within the Ohio Revised Code was forwarded to the Court of Common Pleas in December 1996. This same Committee chose John B. Albers II of Albers and Albers, Attorneys at Law, to represent them in this endeavor.
February 4, 1997, Judge Lynett McGough, posted the order to create the LORCO
The sixteen person board consists of one representative from each of the following: Amherst Township, Camden Township, Carlisle Township, Eaton Township, Elyria Township, Grafton Township, Henrietta Township, Huntington Township, LaGrange Township, New Russia Township, Pittsfield Township, Rochester Township, Wellington Township, South Amherst Village, Kipton Village and Rochester Village.
is in the Phase-I planning stage. The LORCO Board of Trustees remains very