|Four block grants recommended to county commissioners|
|Written by Sentinel Staff|
|Tuesday, 04 June 2013 19:16|
Four projects were winners, and nine were losers in this year's race for Community Development Block Grants by the Wood County Planning Commission.
The planning commission had $164,260 to hand out — far less than the $570,000 requested by local communities.
Selected for funding were:
• Custar — $44,438 for resurfacing Superior Street and rehabilitate 12 sanitary sewer manholes.
• Hoytville — $50,000 for widening, repairing and resurfacing East Church Street.
• Walbridge — $49,980 for installing 32 ADA compliant curb ramps along Main Street from Union Street to Elm Street to meet ADA standards.
• North Baltimore — $19,842 to help install ADA compliant curb ramp and automatic door operators at the municipal building.
The county commissioners will make a final decision on the grant funding Thursday at 2:30 p.m.
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