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Cincinnati may play key role in fight against water terrorism

Cincinnati will help the U.S. Department of Homeland Security develop new atmospheric sensors and other technologies that will allow cities across the nation to better detect and respond to biological or chemical attacks. About $10 million will be poured into research that will be conducted in Cincinnati and three other pilot cities, which have yet to be announced. U.S. Sen. George Voinovich announced Cincinnati’s role today at the city’s new emergency operations center high atop Knob Hill. The center will serve as Greater Cincinnati’s “war room” in case of a terrorist attack. Voinovich was joined by Charles McQueary, under secretary at the Department of Homeland Security. Full Story

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