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Rep. Lepore-Hagan votes to deliver $16,991,145.58 in American Rescue Plan funds to Mahoning Valley

May 18, 2022
Michele Lepore-Hagan News

COLUMBUS – State Rep. Michele Lepore-Hagan (D-Youngstown) today voted in favor of House Bill (HB) 377, bipartisan legislation to release the second, $442 million batch of local government funding from President Biden’s American Rescue Plan to Ohio’s cities, villages and townships serving 50,000 people or less. Communities of more than 50,000 people receive their allocation directly from the federal government. 

HB 377 brings the total distribution to local governments to $844 million. The distribution amounts are in accordance with a population-based formula from the American Rescue Plan Act and guidance issued by the U.S. Department of the Treasury.

“The Biden Administration continues investing in our community. Democrats have a plan to build back better. Republicans do not. While Democrats continue investing millions of dollars into the infrastructure we need, Republicans vote against it. The radical extremists in the supermajority at the statehouse do nothing to help when it matters, but jump at the opportunity to take credit for the work that makes all the difference,” said Rep. Lepore-Hagan.

The local governments in Mahoning County will receive the following funds:

COLUMBUS – State Rep. Michele Lepore-Hagan (D-Youngstown) today voted in favor of House Bill (HB) 377, bipartisan legislation to release the second, $442 million batch of local government funding from President Biden’s American Rescue Plan to Ohio’s cities, villages and townships serving 50,000 people or less. Communities of more than 50,000 people receive their allocation directly from the federal government. 

HB 377 brings the total distribution to local governments to $844 million. The distribution amounts are in accordance with a population-based formula from the American Rescue Plan Act and guidance issued by the U.S. Department of the Treasury.

“The Biden Administration continues investing in our community. Democrats have a plan to build back better. Republicans do not. While Democrats continue investing millions of dollars into the infrastructure we need, Republicans vote against it. The radical extremists in the supermajority at the statehouse do nothing to help when it matters, but jump at the opportunity to take credit for the work that makes all the difference,” said Rep. Lepore-Hagan.

The local governments in Mahoning County will receive the following funds:

City of Campbell

$815,487.00

City of Canfield

$751,693.60
City of Struthers
$1,059,137.96
Village of Beloit
$96,789.98 
Village of Craig Beach
$116,273.68 
Village of Lowellville
$114,388.16 
Village of New Middletown
$162,364.14 
Village of Poland
$249,098.02 
Village of Sebring
$438,487.93 
Austintown township
$3,653,612.20 
Beaver township
$669,464.02
Berlin township
$215,472.93 
Boardman township
$4,068,321.64 
Canfield township
$861,158.46
Coitsville township
$137,852.39 
Ellsworth township
$221,129.49 
Goshen township
$323,785.52 
Green township
$316,348.20 
Jackson township
$210,549.63 
Milton township
$254,335.57 
Poland township
$1,239,728.79 
Smith township
$347,040.26
Springfield township
$668,626.01 
 


 

House Bill 377 now heads to the Ohio Senate for further consideration.

House Bill 377 now heads to the Ohio Senate for further consideration.