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Rep. Sobecki announces $5.4 Million in new capital funds for Lucas County

Ohio House of Representatives passes $3.5 billion capital budget
June 2, 2022
Lisa A. Sobecki News

COLUMBUS – State Representative Lisa Sobecki (D-Toledo) announced the passage of the capital budget, HB 687, by the Ohio House of Representatives yesterday. The capital budget appropriates resources to state owned infrastructure, colleges, universities, and school districts as well as other community projects. The capital budget is typically passed every 2 years with this year’s budget appropriating over $3.5 billion to counties across Ohio with $191 million being allocated to community projects. 

“State investments will spur economic development in Lucas County, while the community projects approved will support working families throughout Northwest Ohio as well as our vulnerable populations,” said Rep. Sobecki. “While the amount of money awarded to Lucas County was substantial, our communities could have benefitted more from a higher award. I will continue to stay committed to partnering with my colleagues to bring more dollars back to Lucas County.”

Rep. Sobecki helped to secure $5,405,000 in funding for a number of community project throughout Lucas County including: 

Harbor Crisis Stabilization Unit
$ 50,000 
Toledo Life Revitalization Center
$ 200,000 
Toledo YWCA Domestic Violence Shelter
$ 250,000 
Unison Health Dorr Street Behavioral Health Residential Facility
$  350,000 
Glass City Enrichment Center
$  50,000 
Sylvania Plummer Pool
$ 200,000 
Sylvania YMCA
$ 500,000 
Danny Thomas Park Amphitheater
$ 75,000 
Libbey House
$ 50,000 
National Museum of the Great Lakes Expansion Project
$  600,000 
Nuestra Gente Community Center
$ 150,000 
Toledo Museum of Art
$ 1,250,000 
Toledo School for the Arts Expansion
$  250,000 
Toledo Innovation Center
$ 450,000 
Broadway Corridor Business Incubator
$ 500,000 
 

The capital budget now moves the Governor’s desk.