MONTGOMERY CO., Ohio (WDTN) - The Montgomery County Ohio Economic Development/Government Equity (ED/GE) Advisory Committee recommended funding for seven projects Friday totaling $1,790,000.
The funds come from the county's 2013 Primary Economic Development Fund.
Two projects in the City of Dayton would get $500,000 each, including the Montgomery County ESP 2.0 Program. ESP 2.0 provides services to companies just starting out in the marketplace.
Dayton's Project PECo would put the money to use transforming a building on McCall Street into useable manufacturing space.
The City of Brookville will receive $140,000 for construction at Flow Dry Technology.
The City of Union could receive $500,000 for its Global Logistics Airpark to make it accessible to transportation and utilities.
The cities of Englewood, Huber Heights and Butler Township could also receive $50,000 each for various projects.
The funding proposals will be considered by county commissioners at their May 21 meeting.
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