The Clean Ohio Assistance Fund (COAF) has announced that it is no longer accepting applications for grant funding (under $300K). The Clean Ohio Revitalization Fund (CORF) has enough funds for one more round (due January 20th) for a shot at the remaining $20 million (grant amounts up to $3M). The challenge for Ohio’s elected leadership will be to locate replacement funding for the “liquor sales profits” funding stream that was moved to Jobs Ohio in 2011. A link to Ohio’s Brownfield Revitalization webpage is here.
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