State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) recently commended the Historical Society of Broadview Heights for their project’s approval for capital funds through Senate Bill 310. 

Senate Bill 310, also known as the Capital Budget Bill, invests a total of nearly $2.6 billion in funding across Ohio for priorities like infrastructure, workforce development, and the arts. A considerable portion of the funding goes toward supporting repairs and renovations at primary and secondary education facilities through the Ohio School Facilities Commission.
The building restoration of the Historical Society of Broadview Heights will receive $150,000 for much needed renovations.  Renovating the building would allow the Historical Society a place to safely and properly display their artifacts to ensure they are preserved and appreciated by the public.

“The funding of this vital project within my district, and the Cuyahoga County region, is a direct result of a team effort,” Rep. Anielski said.  “The funding would not have been possible without the vision and hard work of many constituents in my district.  I appreciate the meetings and open communication that took place to ensure the highest chance of success.  The renovations to the Historical Society of Broadview Height’s building will benefit so many lives throughout the region, and I am thrilled that our hard work paid off.”
Kristina Sorensen, Economic Development Coordinator of Broadview Heights, said, “We are overjoyed with excitement and extremely thankful to have been included in the capital budget bill to renovate the Broadview Heights Historical Society building.  When Mayor Sam Alai, Council President Bob Boldt, and Council Historical Society Representative Tom Pavlica all encouraged the submission of a capital funding request for the purpose of renovating the Historical Society building, our local support was met with the enthusiasm and genuine interest of Representative Anielski, who truly understood the importance of this project to our local community.  This funding has spurred an excitement of possible construction jobs, community support, and a renewed interest in celebrating the rich history of Broadview Heights.  We cannot thank Representative Anielski and the State of Ohio enough for their generosity towards the City of Broadview Heights!”


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