Richwood
July 20, 2023

Richwood receives TAP grant money from state program

 

By Michael Williamson, Richwood Gazette

After nearly two years of waiting, Richwood will be receiving state funding for a planned multi-use path.

Village Administrator Monte Asher said the village will receive $200,000 from the Ohio Department of Transportation’s Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP), which will pay for the funding of the new path along Route 47 as part of the Safe Routes for Food program.

“That’s going to pay for the whole project, it’s completely paid for,” he said. “They thought we were going to get it, but now we have it.”

The request was approved but the money is slated to actually be released in early 2025. Asher said it’s possible th…

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