May 30, 2024

ODOT to spend $2M on sidewalks projects


By Kayleen Petrovia, Marysville J-T Reporter

Tamisha Matus, health planner with the Union County Health Department, is convinced that a small group of motivated people can make a big difference.

After learning the northern portion of the county will receive a nearly $2 million grant to improve pedestrian walkways thanks to the efforts of a local group, she’s sure of it.

“It just takes the right person, in the right place, at the right time,” Matus said.

Following a meeting with local community members and officials, the Ohio Department of Transportation will spend $1,934,772 to improve walkways in Broadway, Raymond, Irwin and Milford Center.

Matus sa…

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