Village council members in Loudonville have voted to use a no-interest loan through the Ohio Public Works Commission to fund a portion of the $730,000 infrastructure project in the area of North Adams and East Haskell streets. According to Loudonville’s finance committee, the village should increase its chances of receiving the funding by taking the zero percent loan rather than trying for a larger grant. The project would include the installation of new waterlines, as well as storm drainage improvements.
Loudonville to seek loan, rather than grant, for infrastructure project
Sep 21, 2022