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Appropriations community funding project requests

FY23 CPFs:

Project Name: Breast Health Center at UH Parma Medical Center
Request Amount: $855,000
Intended Recipient: University Hospitals Parma Medical Center
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 11100 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, Ohio 44106

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: The University Hospitals Parma Medical Center has requested funding for a new Breast Health Center. The Center would enhance treatment and care of breast health patients in Parma by increasing the number of breast surgeries, biopsies, and ultrasounds in a centralized area to provide easier access to patients who seek several treatments. Rather than having patients navigate various parts of campus, mammography units and ultrasound machines will also be relocated to the surgeons’ office to standardize high-quality breast care.

 

Project Name: Interventional Radiology Suite Project
Request Amount: $909,715
Intended Recipient: Cleveland Clinic (Medina)
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 9500 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH, 44195

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: The Cleveland Clinic in Medina has requested funding to advance imaging equipment and provide a state-of-the-art suite that will eliminate bottleneck of patient demand. Currently, the Medina Hospital uses a single imaging suite to perform interventional and diagnostic radiology procedures, in addition to cardiac and vascular procedures. The funding will expand access to critical services in Medina to ensure inclusion of constituents in local rural communities.

 

Project Name: 211 Technologies Project
Request Amount: $255,800
Intended Recipient: United Way of Greater Cleveland
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 1331 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 44115

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: The United Way of Greater Cleveland has requested funding to improve technologies associated with 211, including updating laptops, docking stations, monitors, headsets, and peripherals for staff members. By updating this equipment to 24/7 reliability, it will ensure that staff can connect vulnerable constituents to services able to accurately address their mental and behavioral health issues.

 

Project Name: New Destiny Treatment Center Project
Request Amount: $1,500,000
Intended Recipient: New Destiny Treatment Center
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 6694 Taylor Road, Clinton, Ohio 44126

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: The New Destiny Treatment Center has requested funding to construct a new medical clinic facility on campus. The existing clinic does not have enough space to accommodate clients from both divisions, resulting in patients’ inaccessibility to treatment. Expanding the clinic better serves individuals in need of addiction treatment and frees up resources from New Destiny’s capital budget to upgrade medical equipment and hire new personnel to assist in diagnostic testing and non-emergency services on-site. Services provided by the clinic will expand be available to the wider community, as well as addressing a critical need for non-emergency medical care.


Project Name: Fairview Park Police Department Radio Replacement Project
Request Amount: $603,511.11
Intended Recipient: Fairview Park Police Department
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 20777 Lorain Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44126.

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation:
The City of Fairview Park has requested funding to replace 133 obsolete radios for the Fairview Park Police Department, and the Westshore Enforcement Bureau Drug Task Force. The project will not only replace these radios but maintain and improve basic inter- and intra-departmental communication capabilities to create a safer environment for officers and the communities they serve. The proposed radios will be equipped with encryption and allow for better efficiency and flow of information.

Project Name: Cleveland Airport System Taxiway Victor Project
Request Amount: $1,190,000
Intended Recipient: City of Cleveland: Department of Port Control
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 5300 Riverside Drive, Cleveland, Ohio 44135

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: The City of Cleveland Department of Port Control has requested funding to construct an extension separating Taxiway Victor 500 feet from Runway 6L/24 R. The funding will enhance airfield safety, expand capacity, and enable economic development through the increase of aviation activity for both Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and the Greater Cleveland Area


Project Name: The Vanderhoof Road Pump Station East
Request Amount: $3,000,000
Intended Recipient: City of New Franklin, Ohio
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 5611 Manchester Road, New Franklin, Ohio 44319

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: The City of New Franklin has requested funding for the expansion of the sewer system into New Franklin, Ohio. The pump station is the necessary infrastructure to allow for sewer systems to be open to multiple service areas across the city. With this funding, the water quality will greatly improve, as well as protecting integrity of the Portage Lakes, and help relieve financial burdens on New Franklin residents.


Project Name: Smith Road Stormwater Project
Request Amount: $2,724,800
Intended Recipient: Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 3900 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44115

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District has requested funding to reduce flooding by building a detention basin which will intercept un-detained stormwater runoff and reduce the peak flow rates. It is predicted that several transportation assets may become impassable during a 10-year storm event due to an undersized culverted stream and minimal stormwater management; nevertheless, this project will help ensure these roadways will be accessible during storms and hazardous weather.

Project Name: Seville Water Transmission Main Replacement
Request Amount: $1,000,000
Intended Recipient: Village of Seville, Ohio
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 120 Royal Crest Drive, Seville, Ohio 44273

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: The Village of Seville has requested funding to replace the Village’s mile-long water transmission main. Updating the existing system would reduce concerns for water contamination and aid in steady water service supply and pressures.


Project Name:
Arlington Road Project
Request Amount: $2,000,000
Intended Recipient: City of Green, Ohio
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 1755 Town Park Boulevard, Green, Ohio 44685

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: The City of Green has requested funding to reduce congestion at two nodes along Arlington Road at the intersections of Boettler and Southwood. These nodes will be converted to roundabouts in order to double the corridor lanes and provide substantial reduction in the number of conflict points and decrease risk of crashes. The funding will also promote pedestrian safety by implementing sidewalks, and active transportation walkways along the project limits.


Project Name: Ridgewood Drive Bridge Project
Request Amount: $2,000,000
Intended Recipient: Cuyahoga County, Ohio
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 2079 East 9th Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44115

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: Cuyahoga County is requesting funding to replace the Ridgewood Drive Bridge over West Creek in Parma, Ohio. The new structure will be able to withstand current truck overload and accommodate a multi-modal path for safe pedestrian and bike travel. The funding will contribute to enhancing the safety of residents, and businesses over West Creek.

Project Name: State Road Reconstruction Project
Request Amount: $4,640,000
Intended Recipient: City of Medina, Ohio
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 132 N. Elmwood Ave, Medina, Ohio 44256.

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: The City of Medina has requested funding for reconstructing the State Road. This project will extend from Birch Hill Drive on the North, to the Wheeling & Lake Erie Railway Crossing to the South. By replacing pavement, new water lines, new storm sewers, new sanitary sewers, street lighting and new sidewalks, it will assure that the City and region’s transportation network will effectively serve residents and businesses.


Project Name:
York Beta Drive Industrial Park Expansion
Request Amount: $2,000,000
Intended Recipient: City of North Royalton
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 14600 State Road, North Royalton, Ohio 44133.

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: The City of North Royalton is requesting funding to extend utility and roadway infrastructure into an existing industrial zoned area which will allow 150 acres to become accessible for full development. The current regional demand in Cuyahoga County is relatively high for large tracts of industrially zoned land wit quick access to I71 and freight transportation corridors.


Project Name: Healey Creek Storm Water Management
Request Amount: $1,500,000
Intended Recipient: City of Brunswick, Ohio
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 4095 Center Road, Brunswick, Ohio 44212.

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: The City of Brunswick is requesting funding to restore natural floodplains and storm infrastructure in residential neighborhoods along Healey Creek with the goal of also mitigating environmental and structural damage from excess stormwater. This project will also lead to the improvement of water quality for the residents of Healey Creek.


Project Name:
The Columbia Road Reconstruction
Request Amount: $2,560,000
Intended Recipient: City of Olmsted Falls, Ohio
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 26100 Bagley Road, Olmstead Falls, Ohio 44138

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: The City of Olmsted falls is requesting funding to construct a two-lane concrete curb and gutter pavement to conclude additional sidewalks and an updated storm sewer system. The project would promote driver and pedestrian safety by providing wider pavement, a better drainage system for stormwater, and a pedestrian-only sidewalk.


FY22 CPFs:


Project Name:
Medina County Sheriff’s Office Mobile Command Unit
Request Amount: $800,000
Intended Recipient: Medina County Sheriff’s Office: 
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 555 Independence Dr, Medina, OH 44256

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: The Medina County Sheriff’s Office has requested funding for a new Mobile Command Unit. The Unit would be used and deployed during large scale incidents, as well as, planned events to enhance and establish communication and coordination during these emergency incidents. Mobile Command Units help to leverage radio communications, internet access for various technology and video capabilities to enhance the safety of all first responders during these emergency situations. Medina County currently has a Mobile Command Unit that is over 25 years old that needs many technological improvements and additional space.

 

 Project Name: Rocky River Buckingham Road, Argyle Oval & Arundel Road Sewer Replacement Project
Request Amount: $2,520,000
Intended Recipient: City of Rocky River
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 21012 Hilliard Boulevard, Rocky River, Ohio 44116

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: The City of Rocky River has requested funding for The Buckingham Road, Argyle Oval & Arundel Road Sewer Replacement Project. The funds will be used for the replacement of almost 2,000 linear feet of inverted storm and sanitary sewer on public property and a pilot program to identify and correct infiltration and inflow into the sanitary system from private property. The project area directly services a significant number of homes and lies within Sewershed 4 in the City of Rocky River. The project area will include Buckingham Road (Beachcliff Boulevard to Frazier Drive), Argyle Oval (Buckingham Road to HN 19413), and Arundel Road (Buckingham Road to HN 250), all of which lie within Sewershed 4, and directly contribute to SSO 302. This project location was identified as an area of need by the 2020 Hydraulic Study and Model performed for the City of Rocky River by AECOM. The project would be a valuable use of taxpayer funds as the immediate proximity of this community to Lake Erie bears with it the added responsibility to help protect one of the country's greatest natural resources and its tributaries. The improvements associated with this project will reduce infiltration/inflow and the need for sanitary sewer overflow into the storm water system that eventually flows into Lake Erie.

 

Project Name: Fairview Park Woodstock/Stanford Regional Sewer Remediation Environmental Improvement Project
Request Amount: $4,736,000
Intended Recipient: City of Fairview Park
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 20777 Lorain Road, Fairview Park, Ohio 44126

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: The City of Fairview Park has requested funding for the completion of the Woodstock/Stanford Regional Sewer Remediation Environmental Improvement Project. The funding will be used for the engineering and construction of sewer replacements on Woodstock Avenue and Stanford Avenue. The project is a valuable use of taxpayer funds because it will eliminate the primary cause of negative environmental impacts on the regional Rocky River Wastewater Treatment Plant and Lake Erie. The project includes replacement of publicly owned sewers on Woodstock Avenue and Stanford Avenue and is required to alleviate public health, safety, and welfare issues both locally and regionally.

 

Project Name: Prospect Road Storm Sewer Project
Request Amount: $1,600,000
Intended Recipient: City of Strongsville
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 16099 Foltz Parkway, Strongsville, Ohio 44149

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: The City of Strongsville has requested funding for the Prospect Road Storm Sewer Project located in Cuyahoga County on Prospect Road from approximately 400’ north of Albion Road to Blodgett Creek, which is 500’ south of Fair Road. The project consists of the installation of concrete storm sewers on the west side of Prospect Road ranging from 12” to 30” in diameter, manholes and catch basins. The project also includes the restoration of all disturbed areas and resurfacing of the pavement. The Prospect Road project will alleviate recurring flooding including on the roadway and in individual property owners’ basements. Additionally, the project would provide the 12,588 vehicles/day which travel this road a safe and passable route even during times of heavy rain and water flow.


Project Name: Skilled Technical Workforce Program
Request Amount: $500,000
Intended Recipient: Walsh University
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 2020 E Maple St, North Canton, OH 44720

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: Walsh University has requested funding for the Skilled Technical Workforce Program (STWFP), a strategic partnership with local industry experts and business leaders. This project would strengthen the scientific and technological competitiveness of Northeast Ohio’s regional workforce to provide significant advantages for our community to attract and retain businesses. This initiative provides training and “up-skilling” for regional citizens in the latest technology and practices, data analytics, and other key workforce development skills. Funding would be used to further develop new program content and utilize instructional designers, increase the number of program offerings to include additional training in the areas of increasing workplace safety enhancing customer service skills and other professional training modules. Funding would also be used to increase administrative staff, train and develop additional instructors, market the program to a broader audience, create opportunities for minority owned businesses, create additional tuition reimbursement opportunities for students and companies in need, upgrade equipment needed to deliver online course content, invest in IOT applications/Software upgrades and simulations, and address other programmatic and infrastructure needs.

 

Project Name: Akron-Canton Airport shoulder, electrical, and drainage improvements
Request Amount: $800,000
Intended Recipient: Akron-Canton Airport
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 5400 Lauby Rd NW, North Canton, OH 44720

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: The Akron Canton Airport has requested funding for upgrading sections of Taxiway F shoulder, electrical infrastructure, and drainage to fully meet FAA standards. Shoulder, electrical, and drainage improvements to Taxiway F are crucial for the integrity of the active taxiway pavement and the mitigation of wildlife on the airfield. With an economic impact of over $1 billion a year, the Akron-Canton Airport is a vital asset to Northeast Ohio and is able to contribute to the economic vibrancy by providing safe, reliable transportation to the public.

 

Project Name: Parma Valley Villas, York and State Road Sewer Improvements
Request Amount: $1,968,000
Intended Recipient: City of Parma
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 6611 Ridge Road, Parma, Ohio, 44129

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: The City of Parma has requested funding for Sewer Improvements at Valley Villas Drive, York and State Roads located in the southwest quadrant of the City, very close to the borders of North Royalton to the south and Middleburg Heights to the west. This project is scheduled to address Illicit Discharge Issues due to failing home sewage treatment systems in the vicinity of all three thoroughfares. The proposed improvement of new 8” sanitary sewers with laterals for homes to connect into and abandoning the existing failing septic systems, will eliminate the bacterial and viral contamination in the air and protect the health and welfare of the public. Installation of new sanitary sewers versus a replacement of the existing failed septic systems will increase the useful service life from 20 to 50 years.

 

Project Name: Westlake PD/Ohio University Anti Human Trafficking Decision Support System
Request Amount: $234,000
Intended Recipient: Ohio University
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 1 Ohio University, Athens OH 45701 
Additional Project Address: 27300 Hilliard Blvd, Westlake, OH 44145

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: Ohio University and Westlake Police Department has requested funding to support their partnership in designing a Decision Support System (DSS) that police officers can utilize in the planning and deployment of anti-human trafficking operations. The objectives of the DSS are to: 1) analyze and improve human trafficking data collection, visualization, and deployment; 2) investigate the relationships between illicit transactions and sex trafficking to enhance prosecution; and 3) produce analytical models that inform law enforcement of courses of action to fight human trafficking. In 2019, Ohio reported the fifth-highest number of human trafficking cases to the National Human Trafficking Hotline in the nation. Cleveland and Toledo are among the hotspots of human trafficking due to their location in the country with access to highways and sports events. Just in 2019, more than 450 cases of human trafficking were reported in the state of Ohio, with victims as young as nine years of age. At most risk, are female teenagers, immigrants, and vulnerable populations. In October 2020, 154 women and children in Ohio were rescued in Cuyahoga, Franklin, and Lucas counties, leading to the arrest of 179 people.

 

Project Name: East Wayne Fire District Firehouse
Request Amount: $1,237,856
Intended Recipient: East Wayne Fire District
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 146 North Church Street Dalton, Ohio 44618-0013

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: The East Wayne Fire District has requested funding for an addition to the firehouse. The current EWFD does not have the capacity to house the department’s equipment and vehicles, which currently is spread across a total of four buildings. The addition will allow for all vehicles and equipment to be in the same firehouse. Additionally, this will allow for the Department to run its Community Risk Reduction Program for safety classes and CPR training.

 

 Project Name: City of Rittman Water Treatment Plan
Request Amount: $2,628,000
Intended Recipient: City of Rittman
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 30 N Main St, Rittman, OH 44270

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: The project consists of replacing the main water transmission line from the City of Rittman Water Treatment Plant to the City of Rittman service area. The transmission line is the only line between the plant and users. The plants continued operation is essential to provide clean water to all users.

Project Name: Camp Garfield Unpaved Assault Runway Construction
Request Amount: $8,700,000
Intended Recipient: Youngstown Air Force Reserve Station
Full Street Address of the Intended Recipient: 3976 King-Graves Road, Vienna, OH 44473

Signed Financial Disclosure Letter

Request Explanation: The funding would be used for Camp James A. Garfield (formerly Camp Ravenna) is an Ohio Army National Guard (OANG) training site located in Portage and Trumbull counties. The installation consists of approximately 21,000 acres with various small arms weapons ranges and permanent facilities to support individual and collective training events for both weekend and annual training. Major infrastructure improvements like this are helping turn Camp Garfield into a world-class training center for the Army, National Guard and other DOD units in the Midwestern United States, bolstering Ohio as a regional training destination. An unpaved assault runway would allow additional seasonal scheduled use by entire units who could train for the assault certification and other maneuvers at the facility. Enhancing the long-term usability of the facility is a fundamental goal of this request. Investments in expanding the footprint and training resources at Camp Garfield will enable it to become an economic driver for Northeast Ohio, beyond its current impact of approximately $30 million annually.

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