Ohio Gov. John Kasich signed into law a $2.6 billion list of brick-and-mortar projects across the state over the next two years. Both the Pro Football Hall of Fame and downtown Canton will benefit from the new law.
The bill provides $250,000 for a comprehensive study for the Hall that will look at how to connect the Hall of Fame Village project to downtown Canton.
“Even though it wasn’t the largest, the $250,000 for the Pro Football Hall of Fame for planning purposes for how we might use a corridor to stretch Hall of Fame Village into downtown Canton, that uses our parks system and McKinley Monument … that could lead to more appropriations in the future,” House Representative Kirk Schuring told the Canton Repository. “We need to look at how to improve that corridor and how we might finance it.
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