For media inquiries, contact Rick Hindman, Assistant Executive Director, at
1-800-331-2644 ext. 2080 or via email at email@example.com.
Buckeye Hills Regional Council In the News:
- Fighting for the Elderly (Logan Daily News – June 2018)
- Communities Share Info. with Buckey Hills Office (The Marietta Times – April 2018)
- Finding resources forpro jects a challenge for the Appalachian region ((The Marietta Times – April 2018)
- Buckeye Hills continues to work with all Perry communities (2018 Perry Tribune – Progress Edition)
- The Appalachian Ohio Innovation Gateway Network (An Appalachian Regional Commission POWER grant)
- The Space Race: Marietta Parking Study (This project won a National (NADO) Innovation Award)
- Casto Appointed to NADO Board (National Association of Development Organizations)
- Buckeye Hills Offers Medicare Resources
- Rural Healthcare
- Holidays a time to reconnect, assess
|2017 Appalachian Assistance Return on Investment Report
In 2017, Ohio’s LDDs administered 52 projects with $47,171,621 in total project costs (including $10,100,057 in federal and state investments) that resulted in 447 new jobs and 2,061 jobs retained.
Ohio’s Local Development Districts accomplish this by fostering partnerships among local governments, building public-private alliances and making strategic investments. The four Local Development Districts work to achieve the greatest impact leveraging limited resources to bring more funding into the Region.
Ohio’s Local Development Districts secured $34.91 in direct Appalachian project dollars for every $1 spent on administration.
|2017 Buckeye Hills Annual Community Benefit Report
Total costs for Buckeye Hills Economic & Community Development Division projects completed over the past year were approximately $50 million with local communities and private business leveraging $19.5 million (39%) against the $30.8 million (61%) provided through state and federal funding resources.
Buckeye Hills also administered $16,798,914 in Aging & Disability Division programs and services in the 2017 calendar year with local communities leveraging $573,055 against the $16,225,971 provided