Rep. Slaby Announces Start Of Application Process For Local Government Safety Capital Grants
Grants will be awarded to public safety projects in local communities
February 04, 2016
 
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State Representative Marilyn Slaby (R-Copley) today announced information regarding the application process for the Local Government Safety Capital Grant. Initiated by the Ohio House of Representatives and included in the state operating budget for fiscal years 2016 and 2017, these grants can help to fund public safety projects in local communities throughout Ohio, including those in the 38th House District.


Funding for eligible projects must be used for purchasing vehicles, equipment, facilities and/or systems utilized by police, fire, and/or EMS providers to enhance public safety. The total request amount for projects is $100,000 per individual political subdivision.


“This is an excellent opportunity for local communities in Ohio to bolster their public safety,” Slaby said. “I encourage all communities to apply and take advantage of the Local Government Safety Capital Grant.”


Applications must be submitted online and will be accepted February 16, 2016 through March 21, 2016. The Local Government Innovation Council is administering the program.


More information on the application process can be found here: www.development.ohio.gov/bs/bs_lgscgp.htm.


 

 
 
 
  
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