Eager Village Receives State Grant

In order to accomplish the Main Street Reconstruction Project, the village is hoping to receive a grant from the Ohio Public Works Commission. The requested grant amounts to $289,800 and this will be used to raise the grade of the abandoned underpass sag point between two and three feet as well as improve drainage features on the north and south end of the village.

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