COLUMBUS – State Rep. Mark Fraizer (R-Newark) announced today that the State Controlling Board approved the release of $1,456,577.00 for a renovation of Founders Hall. Founder Hall was the first building built at Ohio State University Newark and needs HVAC and plumbing renovations.
COLUMBUS – State Rep. Mark Fraizer (R-Newark) announced today that the State Transportation Review Advisory Council has approved $9.5 million in construction funds for the Thornwood Crossing project. This project when completed will extend Thornwood Crossing from Cherry Crossing Road via a new roundabout at the intersection of Reddington Road.
State Rep. Mark Fraizer (R-Newark) announces the Unemployment Compensation Modernization and Improvement Council has approved their recommendations report on how to help prepare and improve the state’s unemployment system moving forward. Fraizer has been a co-chair on the council since its inception earlier this year.
State Reps. Mark Fraizer (R-Newark) and Kevin Miller (R-Newark) announce the approval of several measures for Licking County by the Ohio State Controlling Board earlier today. Both representatives applauded the initiatives.
State Rep. Mark Fraizer (R-Newark) announces that House Bill 168 has been signed into law by the governor. The legislation appropriates funding for water and sewer infrastructure improvements, unemployment insurance trust fund repayments, and for local community COVID-19 relief. Fraizer is a joint-sponsor of the bill.
COLUMBUS – The Ohio House of Representatives today passed House Bill 122, the Telemedicine Expansion Act, sponsored by State Representatives Mark Fraizer (R-Newark) and Adam Holmes (R-Nashport).
COLUMBUS – State Representative Mark Fraizer (R-Newark) yesterday introduced a $300 million COVID-19 relief plan to support small businesses, veterans and childcare in Ohio.
COLUMBUS – State Representative Mark Fraizer (R-Newark) today announced state lawmakers have begun hearings today on Ohio’s proposed two-year state construction budget.
COLUMBUS – The Ohio House of Representatives today passed House Bill 509, legislation sponsored by State Representative Mark Fraizer (R-Newark) that provides residential care facilities the option to pay a fee of $2,250 to receive an expedited inspection for licensing of new additions within an allotted timeframe.
COLUMBUS – Last Thursday, Governor DeWine signed House Bill 614 into law. The legislation, sponsored by State Representative Mark Fraizer (R-Newark) will grant Licking County $12,746,708 in CARES Act funding.