State Senator John Eklund (R-Munson Township) will present Mentor city officials with a check for $350,000 on behalf of the State of Ohio for stormwater improvements in the Mentor community. The presentation will be held TOMORROW at 7:30 p.m. during a meeting of the Mentor City Council.

Senator Eklund advocated for an amendment to the state's main operating budget earlier this summer to provide state support to the Mentor community for stormwater improvements. State funds will be used to help provide a long-term solution to flooding issues that have strained local resources. 

WHAT: Senator Eklund will present local officials with a check in the amount of $350,000 on behalf of the State of Ohio for the stormwater improvement project in the City of Mentor

WHO: State Senator John Eklund (R-Munson Township); State Representative Ron Young (R-Leroy Township); Councilman Ray Kirchner, Council President; Councilwoman Janet A. Dowling, Council Vice President; Councilman Robert M. Shiner; Councilman Matthew E. Donovan; Councilman Bruce R. Landeg; Councilman John A. Krueger and Councilman Scott J. Marn

WHERE: Mentor Municipal Building, 8500 Civic Center Boulevard, Mentor, Ohio 44066

WHEN: TOMORROW at 7:30 p.m.

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