Senate District 31
Jay Hottinger
Hottinger Secures Funding for Key Projects in Coshocton County
Senate To Vote on $3.5 Billion Investment in Ohio's Communities
May 31, 2022

COLUMBUS—State Senator Jay Hottinger (R-Newark) announced today he has secured funding for key projects in the 31st District, including $305,000 for three projects in Coshocton County.
 "I am pleased that we are able to support our local communities through the Capital Budget this year,” said Hottinger. "The investments made today in projects like local parks and cultural centers will go a long way to improve the quality of life and opportunities for residents of the 31st Senate District."

Capital Budget funding secured by Hottinger for Coshocton County:

  • $200,000 for the Coshocton County Commissioners for the CR 621 Multi-Use Path project. Funds will be used to fix a dangerous safety gap along the busy route by providing a safe passageway for pedestrians, bicyclists, and people using motorized wheelchairs along the route. 

  • $60,000 to the City of Coshocton for improvements to walking areas and infrastructure at Roscoe Village. These funds will be used to make sure the paths from the park to the rest of the community are safe for citizens and guests.

  • $45,000 to Our Town Coshocton for the restoration and repair of the Selby Building, which is at the core of Coshocton’s history. Funds from the budget will be utilized to restore the building into its former glory so it can be used as commercial, residential, and community and event space.

A full list of community projects for the entire state will be available later this week.
The Capital Budget will go to the Governor's desk for signing once it is approved by the House and Senate on Wednesday.
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