State funding approved for capital projects in region


By Staff Reports - info@limanews.com



LIMA — The Ohio General Assembly’s passage of Ohio Senate Bill 310 and the state’s associated capital improvements budget has approved funding toward a number of local projects throughout the region.

By county, they are:

Allen County:

• Galvin Hall Basement Renovations - Lima: $1,700,000

• Greater Lima Region Park & Amphitheater: $1,250,000

• Center for Health Science Education and Innovation: $1,000,000

• IT Infrastructure (Rhodes State College): $737,156

• Basic Renovations (Rhodes State College): $600,000

• Mercy Health-St. Rita’s Medical Center: $500,000

• Allen County Airport Communications: $300,000

• Allen County Justice Center: $250,000

• Lima All Ability Playground: $200,000

• Veterans Memorial Civic and Convention Center: $200,000

• Lima Crossroads Crisis Centers: $12,000

Auglaize County:

• Auglaize Mercer Rec Complex: $750,000

• Wapakoneta Veterans Memorial Park Splash Pad: $75,000

• New Bremen STEM waterway: $25,000

• Stained Glass Window Restoration for the Wapakoneta Museum: $22,000

• New Bremen StoryWalk: $7,500

Hardin County:

• Kenton Memorial Park Golf Course Recreation Center: $200,000

• Hardin County YMCA Renovations: $164,000

• Burnison Barn: $64,000

• Kenton Municipal Pool Improvements: $20,000

• Alger Park Ballfield Backstop: $12,000

Mercer County:

• Workforce Development Center - Lake Campus: $1,500,000

• Celina Workforce Development Center: $500,000

• Trenary Hall Renovations - Lake Campus: $500,000

• Marion Township Greenway Phase 1: $85,000

Putnam County:

• Kalida 4 Seasons Community Health/Fitness Track: $250,000

• Fort Jennings Freedom Square: $175,000

• Ottawa Memorial Pool Improvements: $150,000

• Leipsic Downtown Park and Stage: $50,000

• Leipsic Recreation Center Improvements: $7,500

Van Wert County:

• Niswonger Performing Arts Center Annex Project: $200,000

• Convoy Opera House Facility Renovation: $75,000

• Hiestand Woods Improvement Project: $75,000

• Van Wert Reservoir Trails: $75,000

• Smiley Park Ball Field Fencing: $25,000

• Willshire Ballpark Enhancements: $25,000

More information on Ohio’s complete capital appropriations budget can be found by visiting the state’s analysis of it at j.mp/3mDnXLR.

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By Staff Reports

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