State Grant will Help Blighted Areas Become Less-so

A $845,000 Ohio state grant will help reduce the number of blighted residential properties in Fairfield County.


Moving Forward Ohio, a program instituted by the Ohio Attorney General will allocate $75 million for all 88 counties to share in demolishing blighted residential property.

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