Incubator set for downtown, two nonprofits to receive rescue plan funds

A local government approved federal monies to support a kitchen incubator and two area nonprofits.

The Dayton City Commission gave the greenlight for $400,000 in Dayton Recovery Plan funds to go to Omega Community Development Corporation. The money will pay for asbestos and lead abatement at Fout Hall, land use planning and engineering to encourage sustainability, support environmental justice initiatives, and prevent flooding on its Harvard Avenue campus in northwest Dayton.

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