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Clean Ohio Fund  Brownfield Revitalization  Greenspace Conservation  Farmland Preservation  Recreational Trails.

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1 Clean Ohio Fund  Brownfield Revitalization  Greenspace Conservation  Farmland Preservation  Recreational Trails

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3 Clean Ohio Revitalization and Assistance Fund (Brownfields)  The Clean Ohio Brownfield Revitalization Fund Program provides grants to address environmental obstacles and remove blighting influences  Grant funds can be applied to Asbestos Surveys, Phase II Environmental Assessments, Demolition, Removal of Contaminated Soils and other activities  Application for CORF are ranked and prioritized by District 19 and then sent to the Clean Ohio Council for final funding decisions.

4 Program Policies  Revitalization Fund  $3 million max. grant  $2 million demo cleanup only  25% Local Match  Phase 2 Environmental Assessment Req.  Ranked by District 19  Assistance Fund  $300k – Assessment  $750k – Remediation  10% Local Match  Priority Investment Area

5 CORF Projects

6 COAF Projects

7 Contacts  Jeff Dotson, Principal Planner (330) Katie Courtright, Ohio Dept. of Development, (614)

8 District 19 Natural Resource Assistance Council Clean Ohio Conservation Fund

9 OPWC District 19 Natural Resources Assistance Council  Funds from the Clean Ohio Program (State Bond Program created in 2000 from State Issue 1)  Assists in Financing Clean Ohio Conservation Program Projects that protect Natural Areas, Streams and Wetlands  Provides Grants for the acquisition of Open Space and Riparian Corridors  Stark County’s allocation has been about $1.1M  NRAC evaluates project applications and creates Priority List for Submission to OPWC

10 Selection Criteria  Environmental Factors  Local Match (25% minimum)  Level of Coordination  Access and Operation  Readiness to Proceed

11 Stark Parks

12 Beech Creek Botanical Garden

13 Fairhope Nature Preserve

14 District 19 Contacts Jeff Dotson, District Administrator (330) Linda Bailiff, Program Rep., OPWC (614)

15 Ohio Job Ready Sites  The Ohio Job Ready Sites Program was created to bolster the State of Ohio’s portfolio of commercial and industrial developable sites. Properties in this program are strategically chosen for their ability to provide optimal infrastructure capabilities and attract economy shifting investment.

16 Program Policies  High Intensity  $3.5 Million  25% Local Match  Certification Required  Environmental Assessment  Low Intensity  $750,000  25% Local Match  Certification Voluntary

17 Eligible Projects  Existing Industrial Building  Manufacturing  Mega-Manufacturing  Smart Office  Technical Center/Research Laboratory

18 Funded Projects  Prospect Industrial Park  Canton Corrugated Paper Center  Hoover Complex  Beck Industrial Park

19 Contacts  Jeff Dotson, Principal Planner (330) Ohio Department of Development Office of Redevelopment (614)

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