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Bureau of Worker's Comp Could Return Money To Local Governments

Tuesday, May 14, 2013 - 5:23 AM

Ohio's Bureau of Worker's Compensation could be sending more than half-a-million dollars back to Hancock County this year. Governor John Kasich's office announced details of a proposal Monday that would return larger-than-expected returns on investments back to local governments. The Courier reports Hancock County would get a little more than $542,000 if the proposal is approved. The money would be split between schools in the county, the county government, townships, and villages, and the city of Findlay.

The proposal must still be approved by the bureau's board of directors. The board is expected to meet on May 30, and if approved, checks could be in the mail by June or July.

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