Sunday, December 10, 2000
List of expected grants and loans
Here's a list of State Capital Improvement Program grants that are expected to be awarded next summer:
Cheviot, $183,000 grant for a $306,000 project for improvements to Applegate Avenue.
City of Cincinnati, three grants totaling $1.5 million for improvements to Robison Road (a $720,000 project), rehabilitation of Liberty Street (a $600,000 project) and improvements to Gobel Avenue (a $1.7 million project).
Cleves, $546,000 grant for a $606,000 project for reconstruction of Timberline Court.
Colerain Township, $445,000 grant for a $556,000 project for reconstruction of Dolphin Drive.
Columbia Township, $210,000 grant for a $300,000 project for improvements to Buckingham Place.
Delhi Township, two grants totaling almost $1.5 million for reconstruction of Ivyhill Drive (a $1 million project) and reconstruction of entrance to Delshire subdivision (a $840,000 project).
Elmwood Place, $405,000 grant for a $450,000 project for reconstruction of Elmwood Avenue.
Forest Park, $170,000 grant for repair and improvements to Mill Road, a $426,000 project.
Green Township, two grants totaling $622,000 for reconstruction and drainage improvements to Wilmer Road (a $439,000 project), and for reconstruction of roads in Orchardgate II subdivision (a $450,000 project).
Harrison, $240,000 grant for a $480,000 project for reconstruction of Stone Road.
Lincoln Heights, $201,000 grant for a $252,000 project for improvements to Lindy Avenue.
North College Hill, $300,000 grant for a $500,000 project for reconstruction of Parrish Avenue.
Silverton, $131,500 grant for a $285,000 project for improvements to Alta and Highland avenues.
Wyoming, two grants totaling more than $512,000 for improvements to Grove Avenue (a $375,000 project) and reconstruction of Forest Avenue (a $650,000 project).
Here are Local Transportation Improvement Program
grants expected to be approved:
Blue Ash, $240,000 grant for a $480,000 project for improvements to Reed Hartman Highway and Carver Road.
Cincinnati, $1 million grant for a $2.6 million project for improvements to Paddock Road.
Fairfax, $1.5 million grant for a $2.7 million project for expansion and rehabilitation to Red Bank Road.
Hamilton County, two grants totaling more than $2 million for improvements to Clough Pike and Wolfangel Road intersection (a $1.5 million project), and improvements to the intersection of Banning, Blue Rock and Hanley roads (a $1.2 million project).
Loveland, $250,000 grant for a $500,000 project for improvements to the intersection on Loveland Road.
North College Hill, $183,000 grant for a $203,000 project to widen a Hamilton Avenue intersection.
These loans are expected to be approved:
Addyston, $292,000 loan for a $292,000 project involving water service replacements.
Anderson Township, $655,000 loan for a $655,000 project for reconstruction of Ayershire and Wilshire avenues and Sunray Street.
Anderson Township, $730,000 loan for a $730,000 project for street improvements to the Forest Park subdivision.
Cincinnati, two loans totaling $375,000 for two projects totaling $750,000 for improvements to Robertson and Millsbrae avenues, and rehabilitation of Glenway Avenue.
Cincinnati, $637,000 loan for a $1.2 million project for reconstruction of Mehring Way.
Lockland, $405,000 loan for a $450,000 project for rehabilitation of Wyoming Avenue.
St. Bernard, $46,000 loan for a $92,000 project for improvements to Andalus Avenue.
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