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Jordan Announces Over $5.3 Million in CARES Funds to 67th House District

September 23, 2020
Kris Jordan News

COLUMBUS – State Representative Kris Jordan (R-Ostrander) today announced the release of over $5.3 million in CARES Act funds to the 67th House District. The funds come following the House’s passage of House Bill 614, which Jordan supported.

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.

The funds throughout the 67th House District will be distributed as follows:

Ashley Village:             $57,945

Delaware City:              $1,487,664

Dublin City:                  $170,485

Ostrander Village:        $26,991

Powell City:                  $481,978

Shawnee Hills Village: $229,549

Westerville City:           $317,691

Berlin Township:          $284,646

Brown Township:         $61,729

Concord Township:      $400,501

Delaware Township:   $84,900

Liberty Township:      $613,436

Marlboro Township:   $12,252

Orange Township:      $1,040,784

Oxford Township:      $43,243

Radnor Township:      $67,243

Scioto Township:        $103,170

Thompson Township: $29,729

Troy Township:          $93,188

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.

“Today was a busy and successful day at the Ohio Statehouse passing instrumental legislation to aid our local communities adapt to the changes this pandemic has thrown at us. House Bill 614 is a step in the right direction to ensure our communities can get back to the normalcy we are used to,” said Jordan.

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For more information, please contact Rep. Jordan’s office at rep67@ohiohouse.gov or (614)644-6711