Arcade, Greene County school part of wish list sent to state

Dec 22, 2017
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The Dayton Arcade and Greene County Career Center are top priorities for state funding, according to a new report.

The proposals are part of two project lists, one for urban and one for rural projects, that the Dayton Development Coalition has prioritized for funding.

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The coalition’s Priority Development and Advocacy Committee each year sorts through dozens of requests to create the prioritized list of which projects it will lobby for at the state and federal level.

The top five urban funding requests this year are:

Some other top urban requests include $500,000 toward the proposed Gem City Market co-op grocery, $4 million toward the Fairgrounds renovation, $492,000 for a new community health center by Dayton Children’s, and $2.5 million for the Dayton Art Institute renovations.

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The top five rural funding requests are: