COLUMBUS—State Representative Keith Faber (R-Celina) today announced the release of the following funds from the Ohio Office of Budget and Management for community projects within the 84th Ohio House District, as approved through the passage of Senate Bill 310—the capital budget bill—during the 131st General Assembly:


• Coldwater Recreation Space and Amphitheater ($200,000)
• St. Henry Swimming Pool ($600,000)
• Shelby County Agricultural Facility Improvements ($200,000)


“A lot of time and energy went behind these project proposals, and I am pleased to see the money has been approved and allocated,” said Rep. Faber. “I look forward to seeing these projects completed to better our communities.” 


Rep. Faber also applauded the Ohio Controlling Board’s approval of $2,750,000 for the Chickasaw Creek Treatment Train in Mercer County, a project that will help remove nitrogen, phosphorus, and sediment from Big and Little Chickasaw Creeks prior to entering Grand Lake St. Marys.

 
 
 
  
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