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Butler County, Ohio, funds by Transportation, Department of

Listing $21,655,214.14 in stimulus funds from Transportation, Department of for Butler

Note: For some programs where states do not report where money will be distributed across the state, we do not have the allocation for individual counties. Those programs include: Medicaid, unemployment benefits and food stamps. Those amounts are included in the totals for where the state agency receiving that money is located.

Amount refers to both the amount of stimulus funding going toward the project and the face value of the loan.

Recipient Amount Description Federal Dept./Agency Date
TRANSPORTATION, OHIO DEPARTMENT OF $6,291,933 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants Federal Highway Administration 7/27/2009
TRANSPORTATION, OHIO DEPARTMENT OF $2,281,937 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants Federal Highway Administration 5/22/2009
TRANSPORTATION, OHIO DEPARTMENT OF $2,252,154 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants Federal Highway Administration 5/27/2009
MIDDLETOWN ED $1,920,838 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants Federal Highway Administration 10/27/2009
County of Butler $1,857,217 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Grant: Urbanized Areas over 200K Population Federal Highway Administration 5/29/2009
TRANSPORTATION, OHIO DEPARTMENT OF $1,702,293 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants Federal Highway Administration 5/07/2010
MIDDLETOWN, CITY OF $1,671,558 Federal Transit_Formula Grants The grant award totals $1,671,558 for the purchase of 2 ADA Vehicles, A Vehicle Maintenance Lift, Bus Wash System improvements, New Roof and improvements on 2 existing facilities, Preventative Maintenance and ADA Service activities. Also Operating assista Federal Transit Administration 3/03/2010
BUTLER, COUNTY OF OHIO $1,640,909 Federal Transit_Formula Grants To invest in public transportation by purchasing five replacement small buses (14 passenger), purchasing eight small vans, and purchasing four service vehicles (one service truck and three four-wheel drive vehicles to provide essential services during bad Federal Transit Administration 6/19/2009
MIDDLETOWN ED $687,154 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants
This spending item is part of a $716,543 allocation. See details
Federal Highway Administration 10/27/2009
TRANSPORTATION, OHIO DEPARTMENT OF $577,563 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants Federal Highway Administration 2/12/2010
MONROE, CITY OF $543,960 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants Federal Highway Administration 1/07/2010
TRANSPORTATION, OHIO DEPARTMENT OF $184,269 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants Federal Highway Administration 1/19/2010
TRANSPORTATION, OHIO DEPARTMENT OF $29,389 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants
This spending item is part of a $716,543 allocation. See details
Federal Highway Administration 10/27/2009
TRANSPORTATION, OHIO DEPARTMENT OF $14,040 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants Federal Highway Administration 7/14/2010
TRANSPORTATION, OHIO DEPARTMENT OF $0 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants
This spending item is part of a $543,960 allocation. See details
Federal Highway Administration 1/07/2010
TRANSPORTATION, OHIO DEPARTMENT OF $0 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Grants
This spending item is part of a $1,920,838 allocation. See details
Federal Highway Administration 10/27/2009
TRANSPORTATION, OHIO DEPARTMENT OF $0 Highway Planning and Construction Highway Infrastructure Investment Grant: Urbanized Areas over 200K Population
This spending item is part of a $1,857,217 allocation. See details
Federal Highway Administration 5/29/2009