Senate District 30
Frank Hoagland
Hoagland Secures More Than $5 Million for Key District Projects
June 3, 2022

COLUMBUS - State Senator Frank Hoagland (R-Mingo Junction) today announced the rollout of the state's capital budget, a $3.5 billion investment in Ohio's infrastructure and local community projects.

The legislature generally approves a capital budget every two years, and the bill funds needed improvements to public services and facilities across the state. This year’s capital budget includes investments into Ohio’s schools, community centers, natural resources, and more.

Senator Hoagland (R-Mingo Junction ) secured more than $5 million in funding for multiple projects across Athens (part), Belmont, Carroll, Harrison, Jefferson, Meigs, Monrow, Noble, Vinton (part), and Washington counties.
“These appropriations will go a long way in improving our communities and investing in our home,” Hoagland said. “I am proud to have fought for this funding and advocated for the 30th Senate District.”

Projects that have secured funding in the 30th District include:
Athens: ($1,030,000 total)

  • Athens Hall of Honor Veterans Memorial ($600,000)

Belmont: $850,00 total

  • Belmont Agricultural Center ($375,000)

Carroll: $415,000 total

  • Carrolton/Agusta Community Park ($200,000)

  • Ohio FFA Camp Muskingum ($50,000)

Harrison: $400,000 total

  • Harrison County Agricultural Society Horse Barn ($200,000)

  • Sally Buffalo Park Stage ($110,000)

Jefferson: $400,000 total

  • Steubenville Grand Theater ($300,000)

Meigs: $555,000

  • Racine Star Mill Park ($190,000)

  • Hartinger Park/Diles Park Playground Improvements ($40,000)

Monroe: $335,000 total

  • Woodsfield/Wellness at the Generational Rec Complex ($200,000)

Noble: $355,000

  • Noble County Heritage Park ($250,000)

Vinton: $175,000

  • Rio Grande Community College Expansion ($500,000)

Washington: $450,000

  • Washington County Boys & Girls Club ($175,000)

  • Marietta/Anchorage Rehabilitation Phase III ($100,000)

A full list of community projects will be available later this week.

The House and Senate approved the Capital Budget on Wednesday and it will now head to the Governor’s desk for signing.
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