Senate District 18
Jerry C. Cirino
Cirino Secures Funding for Key Projects
Senate To Vote on $3.5 Billion Investment in Ohio's Communities
June 1, 2022

COLUMBUS - State Senator Jerry C. Cirino (R-Kirtland) announced today he has secured funding for numerous key projects in the 18th District. Cirino obtained $6,270,000 in funding for 17 projects in Lake County, five projects in Portage County, and three projects in Geauga County.

"I am especially pleased we were able fund important projects helping children and creating jobs," said Cirino. "These are the kind of investments that will greatly help enhance the quality of life in the 18th District right now and for generations to come."

Cirino said that was especially true of these projects:

  • $750,000 for UH Perrico Health Center Rainbow Babies 

  • $500,000 for Alliance Working Together NE Ohio Transformation Center

  • $350,000 for Public Safety Training Grounds for Auburn Career Center

  • $300,000 for Willoughby / Chagrin River Trail

  • $50,000 for Concord Township Park Restroom Facility Project

  • $625,000 for Ravenna / Salmon Carter House

This is a full list of Capital Budget funding for projects secured by Cirino:

Geauga County

  • Bainbridge Township / Holbrook Hollows Park Expansion $375,000

  • Geauga County Fairgrounds Multipurpose Event Center $250,000

  • Village of Middlefield Parks Upgrades $100,000 

Lake County

  • UH Perrico Health Center Rainbow Babies $750,000

  • Alliance Working Together NE Ohio Transformation Center $500,000

  • Mentor Marsh Observation Tower $450,000

  • Lake Metroparks Lake Erie Shoreline Trail $400,000

  • Helen Rockwell Morley Memorial Music Building $400,000

  • Public Safety Training Grounds for Auburn Career Center $350,000

  • Fairport Harbor Marina Boat Launch $350,000

  • Willoughby / Chagrin River Trail $300,000

  • Painesville Amphitheater $200,000

  • Kirtland Community Center $125,000

  • Holden Arboretum All-Season Trails $100,000

  • Painesville Kiwanis Recreation Park $100,000

  • Plan4Health Perry Township Park Trail Improvement Plan $100,000

  • Madison Village Wetland Trail $50,000

  • Willoughby Arts Education & Performing Arts Center $50,000

  • Concord Township Park Restroom Facility Project $50,000

  • Madison Village Dana's Park $50,000 DNR

Portage County

  • Ravenna / Salmon Carter House $625,000

  • Streetsboro Industrial Park $250,000

  • Kent / Portage Bike and Hike Trail – Mill Race Segment $200,000

  • Rootstown Community Park and Gracie Field Paving $120,000

  • Village of Garrettsville Cemetery $25,000 

A full list of community projects for the entire state will be available later this week.
The Capital Budget will go to the Governor's desk for signing once it is approved by the House and Senate today.
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