Senate District 2
Theresa Gavarone
Gavarone Awarded by Sylvania Area Community Improvement Corporation
Reinforces Commitment to Business Friendly Policies, Working Men and Women, and Economic Development
June 22, 2021
Senator Gavarone is presented the Sylvania Area Community Improvement Corporation Award during this week's Sylvania City Council meeting

COLUMBUS—This week, State Senator Theresa Gavarone (R-Bowling Green) was recognized by the Sylvania Area Community Improvement Corporation (SACIC) for her support for economic development projects in the Greater Sylvania Area.

"The Sylvania Area Community Improvement Corporation does tremendous work supporting businesses in our community, and it has been a honor to work with them on a number of important projects," said Gavarone. "While I am proud to receive this award, I am prouder of the hard work that has benefitted the businesses, workers and families of Sylvania and surrounding areas."

In the last Capital Budget, Senator Gavarone helped secure $250,000 for Sylvania Tam O'Shanter Renovations, as well as $200,000 for the Burnham Park Upgrade and Plummer Pool Renovations. The Senate's most recent budget proposal, which Gavarone helped oversee as vice-chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, included a 5 percent income tax cut and other business friendly provisions to the benefit of local families and businesses.

"In the post-pandemic era, nothing is more important than good public policy that will bring Ohio back stronger than ever, and I look forward to continuing to work with SACIC to achieve that goal," added Gavarone.

The SACIC has worked in the community for 45 years with a history of economic development programs, community enhancement projects/studies and business assistance support. The SACIC provides multiple services with the focus on enhancing the vibrancy of the Sylvania area community.

For more information, contact Senator Gavarone's office at (614) 466-8060 or
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