CARES Act Funds Coming to 91st and 92nd Ohio House District


Over $5.1 million in CARES Act funds to communities throughout the 92nd Ohio House District, with another $4.5 million headed to the 91st House District. The funds come following the House’s passage of House Bill 614.

House Bill 614 appropriates $650 million in CARES Act funding to counties, municipalities and townships to fund COVID-19 pandemic-related expenses. This CARES funding for counties, municipalities and townships is in addition to the $525 million provided earlier this year.

Pickaway County will receive $2,106,542, Ross County will receive $2,762,716 and Fayette County will receive $1,027,920. The 92nd House funds throughout the district will be distributed as follows:

Bloomingburg Village:          $32,973

Jeffersonville Village:            $42,234

Milledgeville Village:            $3,928

New Holland Village:            $3,820

Octa Village:                          $2,090

Washington Court House:     $507,780

Concord Township:                $31,603

Green Township:                    $18,667

Jasper Township:                   $20,612

Jefferson Township:               $49,513

Madison Township:               $39,351

Marion Township:                  $23,027

Paint Township:                   $36,720

Perry Township:                     $37,153

Union Township:                   $129,909

Wayne Township:                  $48,540

Circleville City:                   $506,302

Commercial Point Village:    $60,504

Darbyville Village:                $8,252

New Holland Village:            $26,847

Williamsport Village:            $38,702

Circleville Township:            $89,116

Darby Township:                   $126,197

Deercreek Township:             $25,369

Harrison Township:               $66,666

Jackson Township:                 $42,883

Madison Township:               $51,567

Monroe Township:                 $46,810

Muhlenberg Township:          $25,333

Perry Township:                     $23,639

Scioto Township:                   $316,142

Washington Township           $111,783

Wayne Township:                  $19,603

Adelphi Village:                     $13,513

Bainbridge Village:                $30,630

Chillicothe City:                    $782,768

Clarksburg Village:                $16,000

Frankfort Village:                  $37,765

Kingston Village:                   $36,648

South Salem Village:             $7,243

Buckskin Township:              $68,468

Colerain Township:                $63,855

Concord Township:                $122,161

Deerfield Township:              $21,549

Franklin Township:                $61,009

Green Township:                    $139,891

Harrison Township:               $46,810

Jefferson Township:               $35,387

Liberty Township:                  $93,044

Paint Township:                     $49,261

Paxton Township:                  $45,189

Scioto Township:                   $208,431

Springfield Township:           $94,522

Twin Township:                     $120,648

Union Township:                   $443,420

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The funds throughout the 91st House District will be distributed as follows:

Blanchester Village:               $153,584

Clarksville Village:                $19,784

Lynchburg Village:                $72

Martinsville Village:              $16,288

Midland Village:                    $11,099

New Vienna Village:              $44,252

Port William Village:             $8,937

Sabina Village:                      $92,936

Wilmington City:                  $445,618

Adams Township:                  $76,216

Chester Township:                $71,351

Clark Township:                    $60,468

Green Township:                    $45,117

Jefferson Township:               $39,027

Liberty Township:                  $29,657

Marion Township:                  $41,153

Richland Township:               $34,594

Union Township:                   $111,999

Vernon Township:                 $88,828

Washington Township:          $77,225

Wayne Township:                  $25,982

Wilson Township:                  $18,162

Greenfield Village:               $164,179

Highland Village:                   $9,009

Hillsboro City:                       $236,178

Leesburg Village:                  $47,675

Lynchburg Village:                $53,369

Mowrystown Village:           $12,685

Sinking Spring Village:         $4,793

Brushcreek Township:           $43,747

Clay Township:                     $50,378

Concord Township:                $50,234

Dodson Township:                 $39,459

Fairfield Township:                $77,225

Hamer Township:                  $24,216

Jackson Township:                 $40,144

Liberty Township:                  $129,549

Madison Township:               $74,450

Marshall Township:               $36,324

New Market Township:         $67,783

Paint Township:                     $163,746

Penn Township:                     $50,018

Salem Township:                   $28,757

Union Township:                   $74,738

Washington Township:          $40,324

Whiteoak Township:             $36,360

Beaver Village:                      $15,567

Piketon Village:                     $77,116

Waverly Village:                   $152,647

Beaver Township:                  $43,315

Benton Township:                  $58,342

Camp Creek Township:         $34,522

Jackson Township:                 $42,162

Marion Township:                  $40,252

Mifflin Township:                  $46,090

Newton Township:                 $69,297

Pebble Township:                  $89,405

Pee Pee Township:                 $116,323

Perry Township:                     $36,144

Scioto Township:                   $44,973

Seal Township :                      $42,666

Sunfish Township:                 $45,765

Union Township:                   $46,198

Franklin Township:                $61,009

Huntington Township:           $27,858.67 in the first round and then $13,929.34 in the second round

The legislation also improves Ohio’s unemployment compensation system, which was overwhelmed by the sudden increase in claims filed due to COVID-19. Included in the improvements to the system is the creation of the Unemployment Compensation Modernization and Improvement Council.

The legislation contains an emergency clause and will be effective immediately upon the Governor’s signature.


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