State Grants New Albany $85M for Infrastructure Upgrades Near Intel Site
The funding will allow for roadway and infrastructure improvements
With the help of an $85 million grant from the state of Ohio, New Albany should be able to begin making roadway and infrastructure improvements in anticipation of Intel’s arrival.
New Albany City Council on May 17 voted 6-0 on a resolution that will authorize the city manager to enter into agreements to facilitate the design, construction and management of public infrastructure improvements in and near the 1,689-acre technology manufacturing district, which will include the land for Intel’s microchip-processing facility.
Council member Andrea Wiltrout was absent.
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