• CARES Act funding is allowing cash challenge for Unexpected emergency Medical Providers, Coordinated Transportation Company and justice centre.
  • The new CCCTA and EMS buildings will share a vacant large amount on Walnut Road, among Seventh and Eighth streets.
  • A place for the justice center is remaining explored, as nicely as funding and new value estimates.

COSHOCTON – Coshocton County is pursuing two new federal government buildings on land at the time supposed for a new jail with available CARES Act funding.

Officials are in the early phases of style and design and securing funding for independent structures for Coshocton County Crisis Medical Companies and Coshocton County Coordinated Transportation Company. Both equally are projected to open in the spring of 2023. 

They will share a great deal on Walnut Avenue, among Seventh and Eighth streets, where Central Elementary Faculty as soon as stood. Alongside with the two buildings will be a tiny environmentally friendly space and joint parking ton. 

Initially, Coshocton County commissioners acquired the land for construction of a new Coshocton Justice Center. That undertaking was delayed owing to loss of state funding. Commissioner Dane Shryock stated there was some local community pushback of putting the jail in close proximity to a residential region and amongst the library, a school and a couple of church buildings. He felt the new buildings will be viewed as a lot more local community pleasant. 

Justice Middle

Shyrock and Sheriff James Crawford stated they are exploring a handful of other location possibilities for a new justice heart, but they could not communicate on specifics at this time. 

“We do have some fantastic possibilities that I consider will be suitable to the local community,” Crawford mentioned. “We will not need to be in the higher-website traffic location. We do not need to be right in the middle of city. We will need to be available, but it would not have to be on a primary street. We are attempting to find a joyful medium area that will provide the Metropolis of Coshocton and our rural community with uncomplicated access for everyone.”