Important Ohio Residential Broadband Expansion Grant Program Timeline
- Scoring Criteria, Application and Guidebook Posted (30 days): Friday, August 6, 2021
- Application Submission Period Opens (60 days): Monday, September 6, 2021
- Application Submission Deadline (60 days from open date) (extension can be granted up to 14 days by BroadbandOhio if cause shown): Monday, November 8, 2021
- Application Addresses Posted to Website: Friday, November 12, 2021
- Not later than five days after the close of the submission period in which the application is made, the agency shall publish, for each completed application, the list of residential addresses included with the completed applications.
- Not later than 35 days after the close of the submission period in which the application is made, the agency shall publish all information from each completed application that it determines is not confidential.
- Challenge Period Ends: 65 days after the submission deadline: Thursday, January 13, 2022
- Development and Authority have 30 days to address Challenges
- Applicant has 14 days to address authority’s decision
- Authority has 14 days to review revised application
- Application review period: Up to 30 days
- Award Announcements: Up to 30 days
TIFFIN, OHIO – On behalf of the City of Tiffin, the Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership is announcing the start of the 2021 Dream Big Tiffin cycle. Citizens and organizations can submit ideas and full project proposals for community development projects online at www.dreambigtiffin.com starting on Friday, Sept. 3, through Friday, Oct. 15, 2021.read more
LOGAN, OH – Construction on a new speculative industrial building in the Logan-Hocking Commerce Park started this month. The finished building will be 48,000 square feet and can be divided to accommodate up to 8 potential tenants in spaces as small as approximately 6,000 square feet.read more
A lot like the state operating budget, the capital budget is passed every 2 years, in the second year of the General Assembly. The capital budget is legislation where the State of Ohio appropriates resources to state owned infrastructure as well as other government purpose projects called community projects. Community projects make up only a small amount of the on-average $2 billion capital budget, but these appropriations generate the biggest focus from the legislature.read more