WASHINGTON, DC - Last night, the House voted on the FY2022 funding bill. This legislation includes over $35 million for projects in the greater Dayton community, which was secured by Congressman Mike Turner (OH-10). He made the following statement following its passage:

"This is a massive win for Ohio. These funds will create job growth in the community, support Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB), and improve our health care facilities. Specifically, it will bring needed funds to the Salem Mall in Trotwood for renovations, to the child care center at WPAFB, and the Cassano Health Care Center."

The House-passed FY22 Appropriations bill awarded Community Project Funding for:
  •  Wright Patterson Regional Council of Governments in the Fairborn (COG) - $1 million
  • I-675 / Grange Hall Road Interchange Project - $400,000
  • Child Development Center at WPAFB - $24 million
  • Dayton Arcade Renovation – Phase 2 Initiatives - $3 million
  • Sears Rehabilitation in Trotwood - $2 million
  • onMain, Dayton's Imagination District Infrastructure Development - $900,000
  • Cassano Health Center renovation and revitalization in West Dayton - $1.25 million
  • Woodland Historic Chapel Preservation in Dayton - $1 million
  • The Sinclair Community College Center for Advanced Manufacturing in Dayton - $1 million
  • Miami Valley Intern Academy in Dayton - $1 million