Second Phase of "American Rescue Plan" Funds Moving Through Ohio Statehouse


State Representative Mark Johnson of Chillicothe reports he voted ‘yes’ this week to allocate the second phase of American Rescue Plan Act funds across Ohio.

Among cities and townships in Johnson's District expected to receive funding, the city of Chillicothe leads with $1.1 million, followed by Circleville and Washington Court House.

The funding comes in alignment with the 12 month gap the state was required to enforce between the first and second phase of funding, a provision by the federal government. Ohio allocated the first phase in June of 2021.

The legislation now heads to the Ohio Senate.

The cities and townships in the 92nd House District expected to receive funding are:

· City of Washington Court House, $ 740,969.94

· Village of Bloomingburg, $ 48,114.93

· Village of Jeffersonville, $ 61,629.18

· Concord Township, $ 46,116.72

· Green Township, $ 27,238.84

· Jasper Township, $ 30,078.41

· Jefferson Township, $ 72,251.28

· Madison Township, $ 57,422.41

· Marion Township, $ 33,601.58

· Paint Township, $ 53,583.74

· Perry Township, $ 54,214.75

· Wayne Township, $ 70,831.49

· City of Circleville, $ 738,813.97

· Village of Commercial Point, $ 88,289.59

· Darby Township, $ 184,151.36

· Monroe Township, $ 68,307.43

· Scioto Township, $ 461,324.91

· Wayne Township, $ 28,606.04

· City of Chillicothe, $ 1,142,243.21

· Village of Bainbridge, $ 44,696.93

· Colerain Township, $ 93,179.96

· Concord Township, $ 178,261.88

· Deerfield Township, $ 31,445.61

· Green Township, $ 204,133.51

· Harrison Township, $ 68,307.43

· Jefferson Township, $ 51,638.10

· Liberty Township, $ 135,773.50

· Paint Township, $ 71,883.18

· Paxton Township, $ 65,941.12

· Scioto Township, $ 304,149.47

· Springfield Township, $ 137,929.47

· Twin Township, $ 176,053.33

· Union Township, $ 647,053.80


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