Neosho's Development Director Dana Daniel says, "It can benefit neighborhoods, they are going to look better. It can help minimize, if done properly, flash flooding. It can make water ways look better and work more efficiently."
Neosho was one of 16 cities nation wide to receive the E.P.A. grant. The green consultants will present their findings to city council members and the public at a meeting on April 17th at the Crowder College Maret Center at 9 A.M.