Some money is coming to Williams County to fund three community improvement projects this year.
The county will be getting $73,600 in Community Development Block Grant funding:
The Bryan Times reports that the village of West Unity requested $20,000 to replace the floor of its community center.
The village of Pioneer requested $25,000 to pave the downtown gravel parking lot. .
Madison Township requested $16,000 for a new tornado siren and $10,800 for a generator to back it up.
The village of Edgerton requested $24,800 to re-pave its community center parking lot and build a concrete slope to improve wheelchair access.
Northwest Township requested $49,000 for several projects to meet Americans with Disabilities Acts standards.
The Williams County Department of Aging requested $17,300 to purchase a new car.
Sarah’s House of Williams County requested $24,100 to replace a sidewalk.
County Commissioners, at their meeting on Monday, took the projects under advisement and agreed to schedule public hearings to discuss them in more detail.