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Canal Winchester, Groveport and Madison Township residents will see a significant investment -- possibly as much as $430 million -- in road construction over the coming two years, according to Ohio Department of Transportation officials.
Although central Ohio shivered its way through several days of bitter cold over the past couple weeks, some municipalities -- including Canal Winchester, Groveport and Madison Township -- are finding it easier to conserve their salt supplies this year.
Madison Township and Groveport area residents who ride the Central Ohio Transit Authority's buses are likely to see route changes over the next two years, according to Elliott Doza, a COTA representative.
Canal Winchester City Council approved a $2.1-million contract last week for water reclamation facility improvements and the city's salt barn project.
School funding proposal
Groveport Madison school district officials were reluctant to comment on Gov. John Kasich's new funding formula for schools when he first outlined it, saying it was too soon to depend on getting additional money.
New funding formula
District officials are "cautiously optimistic" that when the dust settles and the state of Ohio has a new biennial budget in place, Canal Winchester schools will have about $1.4 million to add to their finances over the next two years.
Coverage of Canal Winchester and Groveport-Madison sports teams
Canal Winchester Local Schools news, including database searches
Groveport Madison Schools news, including database searches