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Feds to monitor CESO Inc.

The owners of Washington Twp. civil engineering firm, CESO Inc., agreed to three years of special federal scrutiny on highway transportation projects in a settlement that lifts a 10-month suspension that stopped the company owned by David C. and Shery B. Oakes from receiving federally-funded contracts, according to documents obtained by the Dayton Daily News.

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