Reineke Secures $4.7 Million for Key District Projects
COLUMBUS—State Senator Bill Reineke (R-Tiffin) 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, including schools, roads and bridges, and mental health and addiction facilities. This year’s capital budget includes investments into Ohio’s schools, community centers, natural resources, and more.
Senator Reineke (R-Tiffin) secured more than $4.7 million in funding for multiple projects across Seneca, Sandusky, Wyandot, Crawford, Marion, Morrow, and Union Counties.
“I am very pleased with the funding we were able to secure from this year’s Capital Budget,” Reineke said. “I always enjoy working with local leaders and project developers to come up with great projects that will benefit the local communities of the 26th Senate District.”
Projects that have secured funding in the 26th District include:
- Tiffin Community Kitchen
- Fostoria Splash Pad
- EMT Vanguard Sentinel
- Fremont Amphitheater Park
- Chudzinski Johansen Conservancy Park (Ballville Township)
- Fremont Rotary Lodge at River Cliff Park
- Gibsonburg Logyard Park
- Village of Carey Splash Pad
- Norton Bicentennial Park
- Unger Park Multi-Use Loop Trail
- Galion Big Four Depot Renovation
- Acres of Adventure Learning Center
- Crestline Jail Renovation
- Marion Heritage Hall
- Marion Women’s Club
- Marion Lincoln Park
- Downtown Community Culture & Entertainment Zone
- Mt. Gilead Flying Horse Farms
- Mt. Gilead Park Site Preparations
- Marysville Heritage Park
- Union County Fairgrounds
- Automotive and Mobility Innovation Center Smart Corridor
- Richwood Splash Pad
- Village of Richwood Opera House Restoration
- Richwood Fairgrounds – Restrooms
- Richwood Park Lynn St. Shelterhouse
A full list of community projects 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 today.