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Project County        Project Name                                             Description                                      Last Name   First Name
                                            Helgeson Enterprises will provide complete rebate management services for the
                                             Ohio ENERGY STAR Appliance Rebate program RFP DEVOEO#09-14. Ohio
                                             residents will have the option to reserve rebate funds via web and phone, and
   Adams                 SEEARP                                                                                                  White        David
                                             will submit completed applications via mail. Helgeson has received SEEARP
                                                      contract awards in Georgia, Michigan, Minnesota and Iowa.


                                             State Energy Efficiency Appliance Rebate Program (SEEARP) / Ohio Energy
                                                                  Efficient Appliance Rebate Program

                                                       Young America Corporation One-Page Project Summary

                                            In order maximize ARRA funds and promote a user-friendly experience, YA has
                                               developed a comprehensive, reservation-based rebate solution that allows
                   Ohio Energy Efficient         consumers to reserve funds via a customized website or a toll-free IVR
   Adams                                                                                                                          Brian      Phillipy
                 Appliance Rebate Program   application. Both the website and IVR application will have a proprietary, rebate
                                               “funding meter” tool that will be updated real-time so that any participating
                                             consumer will know how many funds remain in each category of the program.
                                               Working in concert with our rebate processing solution, our fully-integrated,
                                             systematic Funds Management System (FMS) will prevent over redemption by
                                              restricting rebate submissions once fund levels dip below preset thresholds.
                                                 Consumer rewards can be fulfilled as rebate checks or, for a lower cost
                                                                        alternative, prepaid cards.
                                                             Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                         The focus of Adams County’s application will be development of a reentry
                                    program for successful transition of offenders from correction facilities back into
                                       the workforce and community. Attainment of this goal will be accomplished
                                            through a proactive approach for the betterment of our residents and
                                      community. Achievement of reduction of recidivism through facilitation of this
                                        grant is our vision not only for offenders who will benefit from the programs
                                             provided, but also for the community in general. The Adams County
         Adams County Reentry       Commissioners will act as the fiduciary agent and coordinate assessment of the
Adams                                                                                                                      Baldridge   Brian
              Coalition                       county with inclusion of an appointed coordinator for developing a
                                          comprehensive reentry plan. Our plan will launch, develop, and retain a
                                       taskforce which will evaluate and develop programs specifically designed to
                                    assist those who will benefit from this project. Our plan objective will accomplish
                                    coordination through county departments and community organizations with job
                                     creation and retention as a top priority resulting in reduction of recidivism by an
                                     estimated fifty percent. This is a great opportunity for the betterment of Adams
                                                    County during this economically challenged time.
                                    The current Sex Offender Risk Reduction Court has not been funded to date for
                                    calendar year 2010. This new proposed application is an enhanced one that will
                                      create additional employment opportunites for the local community. It will not
                                      only stimulate the local economy it will greatly enhance an already sucessfull
                                      sex offender program. Our sex offender risk reduction program has a proven
                                      record of reducting sex offenses in Allen county as outlined in annual reports
                                       submitted to OCJS since 2006. (Jim Wingate, Project Director of ASORRC
        ASORRC (Allen County Sex    2009). The enhanced version of ASORRC would implement additional overtime
Allen                                                                                                                      Wingate     Jim
        Offender risk Reduction C         for probation officers to conduct after hour supervision, drug testing and
                                     electronic monitoring. It would also allow for additional polygraph examinations
                                       as for case management purposes. Additional job creation would include a
                                       statistical ananylisis person and bookkeeper for records purposes. The sex
                                        offender specific case manager/counselor would handle education and sex
                                      offender specific individual and group counseling. A drug Compliance officer
                                        would specifically address drug abuse issues. Education presentors would
                                                             conduct presentations to the public.
                                                                    Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                            Our church has 2 boilers that are over 50 years old and 45% efficient in our
                                           church. The sanctuary of our church is 96 years old and our education wing is
                                            around 50 years. The boiler system is the original to the education wing. We
                                            would like to replace the boiler system with an 80+% efficient boiler system,
                                             which will consist of 2 boilers. The boilers will be set up so one boiler is the
                                          primary boiler and will run to heat all the building. On days when it is very cold,
Ashland     Replacement of boiler system the other boiler will come on to give enough heat. The primary boiler will change       Wasielewski   Kimberly
                                             monthly, so the wear and tear is similar. The new system will be zoned to
                                          increase the energy efficiency. We are currently paying around $16,000 in gas
                                           each year to run these boilers. We think our energy consumption will be cut in
                                         half if we install these boilers. We are looking for money to help start the project
                                          or low interest loans to help us get funds to pay for the project. This project will
                                                                     save energy over the long run.

                                             ODOT has been given the authority to utilize its existing right of way for the
                                            purpose of exploring renewable energy opportunities (ORC 5501.331). As a
                                                result, the Department is conducting a Rest Area Green Technology
                                             Demonstration Project to evaluate alternative energy technologies that will
                                             reduce harmful vehicle emissions, decrease ODOT’s carbon footprint, and
                                                                    create/retain jobs in Ohio.

                                           ODOT owns and operates 105 rest areas around the state and these facilities
                                          support approximately 58 million travelers annually at an expense of nearly $12
            Rest Area Green Technology      million per year. The three gateway rest areas selected for this project are
Ashtabula                                                                                                                          Perkins     Brandon
              Demonstration Project          located in U.S. EPA designated “non-attainment” counties for air quality.

                                                The scope of the demonstration project will evaluate the financial and
                                             environmental benefits of eight innovative and green technologies with the
                                           ultimate goal of developing a best practice model that can be deployed across
                                                                         all ODOT facilities.

                                           In some capacity, all Ohioans are impacted by ODOT and the organization is
                                          committed to becoming more environmentally friendly and pursuing job creation
                                                 and economic growth through “green” technology investments.
                                                         Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                 Ohio University proposes the installation of a 62 kW photovoltaic array on the
                               roof of the shed which serves the Lausche Heating Plant. Lausche is the Athens
                               campus’ central heating facility, serving over 160 buildings with steam, hot water
                                    and chilled water. It is also a heavy consumer of electricity. The proposed
                                location of this array is strategic for a number of reasons: First, it makes use of
                                     an existing structure which is well-suited for this application with minimal
                                      modification, thereby cutting costs associated with the installation and
Athens   Solar Heating Plant      minimizing the project’s footprint. Second, the campus heating plant is a site       Marcus   Sonia
                                 frequently visited by Ohio University students studying energy production and
                                   distribution, as well as the environmental impacts of fossil fuel use. Third, a
                               solar PV installation at this location will further draw our community’s attention to
                                 the need to address the University’s carbon footprint and our region’s severe
                                   and destructive dependence on coal as a fuel source. Fourth, this array will
                                support critical research into the potential impacts of coal dust on the longevity
                                                       and performance of photovoltaic cells.

                                  Ohio University proposes the expansion of our organics recycling capacity,
                                including the addition of a 4 tons/day in-vessel expandable composting system
                               and the purchase and installation of related equipment including a solar thermal
                               water heating system and a 31.9 kW photovoltaic array. Presently the University
                                 owns and operates the largest in-vessel composting system at any college or
                                   university in the nation. Additional waste could be captured and recycled.
                                   However, we are limited by the overall capacity of our facility, designed to
                                  accept 2 tons of total material per day. Further, our current solar electricity
Athens     Solar Compost                                                                                               Marcus   Sonia
                                  production on site is insufficient to cover the needs of the equipment or any
                                 future equipment expansion. Recycling Ohio University’s compostable waste
                                  has a number of ecological and economic benefits: creating jobs, reducing
                               pressure on the Athens-Hocking landfill, decreasing the campus’ electricity and
                                     water usage, reducing our waste management and landscaping costs,
                                    producing a valuable soil amendment, addressing our greenhouse gas
                                  emissions profile by minimizing methane gas production, and creating new
                                         learning and research opportunities for faculty and students.
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                           Athens County’s three-year recidivism rate of 51.6% is the second highest in
                                           Ohio. Many ex-offenders have mental health or substance abuse issues that
                                           make it nearly impossible to build stable lives. There is a lack of prioritization
                                              and coordination of financial assistance, employment, job training, and
                                          educational services for ex-offenders. The Athens County Reentry Assistance
                                            Program (REAP) will target ex-offenders facing mental health or substance
                                           abuse issues. The program will also assist ex-offenders outside of the target
             Athens County Reentry      group. Contracted agencies will provide mental health, substance abuse and in-
Athens                                                                                                                          Collins    Tami
              Assistance Program        home family counseling. A coordinator will help ex-offenders receive assistance
                                             through JFS programs, help them receive job training, and assist them in
                                             numerous ways. The program will also hire a driver to transport program
                                              participants to appointments, and will pay for office space for a Reentry
                                          Resource Center, next to the Athens County JFS One-Stop. The program will
                                          create 4.8 jobs to prepare participants to be successful upon their reentry into
                                          the community. The goals of the program include reducing recidivism by 50%,
                                         increasing participants’ connectivity with community resources by 80%, helping
                                             participants build stable lives and improving the safety of our community.
                                             To provide reentry case management and related reentry services for jail
Auglaize   Mid West Reentry Coalition   inmates in Allen, Auglaize, Hancock, Hardin, Logan, Mercer, Paulding, Putnam,           Buccilla   Debra
                                            Shelby and Van Wert Counties. A 50% reduction in recidivism is planned.
                                         Utilizing the latest technology, the Ohana Companies drive innovation with its
                                        cutting edge rebate platform while adding value to all participants, including the
                                        Rebate sponsor and the end-consumer. With the purpose of saving energy and
                                         stimulating the economy by encouraging consumers to replace old appliances
                                            with new, ENERGY STAR qualified models, Ohana offers it expertise and
                                        experience to design, implement and manage the State of Ohio’s ARRA funded
                                       Rebate Program. As the industry leader, Ohana was able to provide leadership
           Ohio Office of Energy-Ohana     to the State of Delaware to launch their landmark program which has seen
Belmont                                                                                                                           Bill     Lamb
              Energy Efficient Appli      incredible success since its December 1st launch. With an established track
                                            record of handling rebate programs that range from a couple of thousand
                                          submissions a year to more than a couple of million submissions a year, our
                                        technologies, systems and processes ensure that irrespective of the volume of
                                       the program, our execution meets the highest quality standards which translates
                                            to a flawless customer and client experience. Our “standard” deliverables
                                        include a) industry leading SLAs including quick turnarounds on setting up and
                                        processing the submissions received for an offer, b) managing call centers with
                                          unsurpassed metrics, c) an enjoyable and “worry-free” customer experience
                                                                   Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                          BUTLER COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE AND WORK FORCE ONE OF BUTLER
                                             COUNTY WILL CREATE A J.E.T. PROGRAM - JOB EDUCATION AND
  Butler     ARRA REENTRY PROGRAM                                                                                               DAVIS    ERIKA
                                              TRAINING FOR RELEASED INMATES TO REDUCE THE RATE OF
                                            RECIDIVISM IN BUTLER COUNTY BY 50% OVER THE NEXT 5 YEARS.

                                          Goodwill is a non-profit organization that works to improve the quality of life and
                                             employment opportunities for people. We are requesting funding to install
                                            HVAC controls in this facility (10,000 sq ft). The 10% savings would enable
 Carroll             Carrollton                                                                                                 Rohn    Marisa
                                               Goodwill Industries. In 2009, Goodwill alone served more than 14,000
                                           individuals through our programs and services. This facility is used to provide
                                              work experience for our program participants and served 158 individuals.
                                            Urbana University (“ONU”) is seeking funding to implement a 59 KW solar
                                          energy project on the roof of is engineering building. The project will be part of
                                          an overall advanced energy curriculum being developed by the University. Hull
                                           & Associates, an Ohio based engineering and project development company,
Champaign             UU Solar              will provide Urbana University with a turn-key service to manage all design,        Giles   Steven
                                          engineering, procurement and construction services necessary to construct the
                                                                          UU Solar Project.



                                        This project would entail the installation of solar panels on the existing rooftop of
                                         the Mad River Township Fire/EMS Building. The proposed system information
                                        is as follows: DC Size: 51.8 kW DC (STC); AC Rating: 43.0kW AC (CEC); 240
                                            Sharp Corporation ND-216U1F modules and 3 Solectria Renewables, LLC
                                             PV115kW-208 inverters. Estimated annual production (using this areas
            Mad River Township Fire/EMS
  Clark                                    average 4.2 hours of sun daily) is 57,306 kWh/yr. Estimated first year utility       Estep   Kathleen
                Station Solar Panels
                                          savings: $6,281, or 51% of our township utility bill. There will also be carbon
                                             dioxide and environmental benefits. Based on estimated production, this
                                          system will reduce emissions by 1124 tons of CO2 over 25 years. That is the
                                          environmental equivalent of 3,656,744 miles not driven or 19.3 acres of trees
                                                                               planted.
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                        Funding is requested for a new Central Boiler Plant to replace a 40+ year old,
                                           inefficient steam plant that provides heating for ~ 70 % of campus. The
                                          proposed highly-efficient, dual-fueled steam generation plant will result in
                                       annual energy savings of 19 % and cost savings of $105,479 based on current
                                       gas prices (recently negotiated for 2010 at approximately one-third of our 2009
                                       rates). The system includes two (2) new HP Thermogenics steam boilers with
        Wittenberg University Boiler      dual fuel (natural gas and oil). The new system will be installed above the
Clark                                                                                                                         Erickson   Linda
                  Plant                existing boiler room in the Health, Physical Education, and Recreation (HPER)
                                       Center. The project includes minor facility modifications to support installation
                                       of the new system. A Green EXPO is proposed to educate students and area
                                        residents and businesses about opportunities to increase energy efficiencies
                                       and sustainable practices. Wittenberg will match 50 % of the total project cost.
                                       Engineering and design are completed, and the project can begin immediately.



                                           Lighting accounts for upwards of 75% of energy consumption. By replacing
                                          existing lighting fixtures with energy efficient retrofits, Clark State Community
                                         College will be saving an estimated 10,000 mmBTUs. This project will create an
                                            estimated 35 jobs for Ohio workers. This message will be part of a public
        Lighting Retrofit at Clark State    information campaign designed to engage the entire College community.
Clark                                                                                                                         Conover    Randall
              Community Colleg
                                            Lighting retrofitting is the first priority in Clark State’s Energy Management
                                           initiative, part of the institutional strategic plan. The College recognizes the
                                           prudent stewardship of public funding and is committed to Ohio’s economic
                                                 future through energy conservation, and workforce development.


                                           Clark State Community College recognizes that energy management is a
                                       strategic operating challenge, one that requires current and factual data. Amidst
                                         wildly ranging estimates for proposed investment costs and energy savings,
            Energy Conservation
Clark                                  Clark State seeks to update its energy conservation compliance study to create         Conover    Randall
             Compliance Study
                                          an accurate and verifable document, one on which to make prudent energy
                                                      management planning decisions and investments.
                                                                     Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                            The proposed project is to create a Re-Entry Taskforce in Clark County which
                                            will develop a Community Re-Entry Five (5) Year Strategic Plan. The plan will
                                            outline objectives to assist the community as whole in reducing the recidivism
              Clark County Re-Entry         rate. Implementation of the Strategic Plan will require the creation of multiple
 Clark                                                                                                                            Calabrese   Michael
                Taskforce Project          jobs. These jobs will directly support the activities and objectives outlined in the
                                           Strategic Plan and ultimately assist in reducing the recidivism rate in Ohio. The
                                           implementation of this project will also prepare and make Clark County eligible
                                                                        for future federal funding.

                                           The Rising Achievement Youth Reentry program is a collaborative program with
                                                the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court and AllSports Academy of Greater
                                              Cleveland to create more opportunities in reentry programming for youth in
                                            Cuyahoga County and to bridge the socio-economic gap between at least 150
                                            juvenile offenders who are released from confinement of the Ohio Department
                                             of Youth Services in Cuyahoga County, their families, and middle class youth
                                           who have not been under confinement. ASA and CCJC have built an innovative
            Rising Achievement Youth        collaboration because CCJC can reveal reoccurring gang and domestic violent
Cuyahoga                                                                                                                           Fuller     Varick
                 Reentry Program            related charged juvenile offenders, place them into ASA's community program
                                             upon reentry, and educating their siblings aged 13-18 on the affects of youth
                                                confinement allowing them to participate in the ASA programming. The
                                            outcome for this pioneering collaboration will help reduce the recidivism rate of
                                             youth offenders, estbalish youth reentry programming and youth confinement
                                           prevention on gang and domestic violence related charges in Cuyahoga County,
                                              and work in direct correlation with Cuyahoga County Juvenile Reentry Court
                                                                 lead by Magistrate Valerie Brickerstaff.
           Flourescent light T-12 to T-8     Project to retrofit / replace all existing T-12 fixtures with Energy Efficient T-8
Cuyahoga                                                                                                                            Leidy      Gary
                 retrofit project                                                   fixtures.
                                           We seek funding please for the installation of a 225 kW wind turbine. Located
                                           on NASA Glenn Research Center land, this is an ideal opportunity for the Ohio
                                            Aerospace Institute facility to become an alternative energy show-place, less
Cuyahoga      Wind Turbine Project                                                                                                  Leidy      Gary
                                           energy dependent, and help to foster the environment of change necessary to
                                           encourage others to seek out and implement energy alternatives while helping
                                            the State of Ohio meet its Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard. Thank you.
                                                                       Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                              The Ohio Aerospace Institute facility; designed and built in the early 1990's with
                                               State of Ohio (OBR) funds, iimplemented then-cutting -edge technology: DDC
                                                 motor controls, high efficiency light fixtures, motion sensors and computer
                                               controlled time schedules to curtail excessive energy use. Today our goal is to
                                                   implement current Solar Array technology to further reduce our energy
                                                dependence and assist the State in meeting its Renewable Energy Portfolio
                                                 Standard. We ask for funds please to install panels capable of generating
Cuyahoga        Solar Array Project           approximately 100-kilowatt of solar generated power to achieve our goal to once      Leidy    Gary
                                               again be environmentally cutting edge and a show place of energy innovation.
                                                  Our project seeks to mirror the success of others such as the Toledo Art
                                              Museum Solar Array - partially funded by the Ohio Department of Development;
                                               completed in March of 2008, and the Great Lakes Science Center Solar Array
                                               partially supported by the U.S. Department of Energy. And as Gov. Strickland
                                                said, our goal in part is "to make our State more progressive and to make us
                                                  less dependent on outside suppliers for our energy needs." Thank you.
                                                Helping train disables young sdults between the ages of 18-23.job rediness
Cuyahoga   adult disabilities right to work     getting employers to hire them. and volunteering to get in the door of some        scott   almond
                                                                   compsnies.helping them with housing.

                                                  The project implemented at John Carroll University will include lighting
                                                   upgrades, replacing windows, and HVAC (heating ventilation and air
              Energy Efficiency and              conditioning) controls and equipment with more energy efficient products.
Cuyahoga                                                                                                                           Dietz   Carol
           Conservation @John Carroll U
                                               Expected outcome is to reduce annual energy consumption campuswide by an
                                                   estimated 6,000 MCF of natural gas and 600,000 KWH of electricity.
                                                                  Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                           The core of Project EDGE is the creation of a hybrid green energy system
                                       utilizing both wind and solar. CWRU is requesting $354,378 toward a $445,009
                                          total project to engineer, purchase and install an interconnected 20kW wind
                                       turbine and a 22.4 kW solar array. EDGE will provide new jobs, plus extensive
                                        teaching and research opportunities. A feasibility study is complete, and local
                                           approvals have been secured. The project can proceed immediately upon
                                                                         award of funding.
                                        The implementation of EDGE at the CWRU Farm will serve as a showcase for
               EDGE: Education and
Cuyahoga                               this green technology to supply 59,000 kWh of electricity and eliminate 43 tons         Locci    Ana
           Development on Green Energy
                                        of CO2 emissions per year. The 389-acre University Farm, just 10 miles from
                                           the main campus, is used as an outdoor classroom and laboratory. EDGE
                                         education programs will benefit 37 Ohio job positions and impact college and
                                       university faculty and students, 500 grade school students and 40 teachers who
                                                    come to the Farm regularly for environmental programs.
                                        EDGE will foster research opportunities including studies of controls, materials
                                            selection and environmental impact. These research projects will provide
                                                         significant opportunities for technology transfer.

                                             This project provides for energy efficiency retrofits in the Mullen Academic
                                          Building as a part of the EECBG RFP #OEO 09-11. This building is the largest
                                            building on the Ursuline College campus with 60,000 square feet. It houses
                                            most of the administrative offices, 7 classrooms, faculty offices and student
                                          success center. Renovations include new windows, upgrades to the ventilation
                                            and air conditioning systems, and limited ceiling and lighting retrofits. Three
                                         classrooms in the building have not had retrofits and will receive energy efficient
Cuyahoga   Renovation of Mullen Building                                                                                       Gracyk   June
                                            lighting retrofits including daylighting control, windows and upgrades to the
                                             ventilation and air conditioning systems. The learning environment will be
                                            dramatically improved with these retrofits. The windows will improve energy
                                           efficiency with low E70 glass compared to the original 1964 single pane wood
                                         frame windows. Improvements to the ventilating and air conditioning system will
                                           provide energy savings and improved operations to the classrooms as well as
                                                                       other administrative areas.
                                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                          This project provides for energy efficiency retrofits in the Mullen Academic
                                       Building as a part of the EECBG RFP #OEO 09-11. This building is the largest
                                         building on the Ursuline College campus with 60,000 square feet. It houses
                                         most of the administrative offices, 7 classrooms, faculty offices and student
                                       success center. Renovations include new windows, upgrades to the ventilation
                                         and air conditioning systems, and limited ceiling and lighting retrofits. Three
                                      classrooms in the building have not had retrofits and will receive energy efficient
Cuyahoga   Mullen Building Upgrades      lighting retrofits including daylighting control, windows and upgrades to the       Gracyk       June
                                          ventilation and air conditioning systems. The learning environment will be
                                         dramatically improved with these retrofits. The windows will improve energy
                                        efficiency with low E70 glass compared to the original 1964 single pane wood
                                      frame windows. Improvements to the ventilating and air conditioning system will
                                        provide energy savings and improved operations to the classrooms as well as
                                          other administrative areas. Ursuline College will pursue designation as an
                                                    Energy Star Building following completion of this project.

                                       This project will control the exhaust air systems servicing the restrooms in six
                                             buildings (Business, Urban Affairs, Physical Education, Continuing
                                      Education,Law School and Music and Communications buildings, totaling more
                                                                       than 550,000 sqft).
                                           Motorized exhaust dampers will be installed at each branch, occupancy
                                       sensors will be installed in each restroom, variable speed drives (VSD) will be
                                           installed on every exhaust fan. Dampers will close on branches whose
           CWEP Control Restrooms
Cuyahoga                                occupancy sensors will indicate vacancies for more than 15 minutes and the          Draganoiu   Constantin
                Ventilation
                                      VFDs will slow down the exhaust fan speeds accordingly. If all of the occupancy
                                      sensors associated with a particular exhaust fan will indicate vacancies for more
                                         than 30 minutes, the respective exhaust fan will be shut off until a sensors
                                                                      indicates occupancy.
                                       This measure will produce energy savings in excess of 230,000 KWH per year,
                                                    the equivalent of over 1.5 mill tons of CO2 emissions.
                                                             Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                      This project proposal is to install occupancy sensors in various classrooms,
                                       meeting rooms and administrative spaces throughout the College. These
                                    occupancy sensors will be tied to the room lighting as well as the HVAC System
                                       Variable Air Volume (VAV) boxes that supply conditioned air to the rooms.
           College-wide Occupancy      During unoccupied times, the sensor will turn off the lights and setback the
Cuyahoga                                                                                                                   Grover        Rini
              Sensor Installation                           HVAC system to conserve energy.
                                       If performed in its entirety, the project will install occupancy sensors in 461
                                     rooms for a total cost of $1,256,290 and will yield annual savings of $190,579
                                                              (simple payback of 6.59 years).


                                         A array of "solar panels" will be installed on the north side of the square
                                    between the Rhodes Tower, Main Classroom and the newly built Student Center
                                    buildings, practically the center location of the University, as part of the Campus
                                                        Wide Energy Management Project (CWEP).
                                       The panels will be fully displayed and visible from the gracy area and tables
                                      located in the square. This area is heavyly travelled by the students, fuculty,
                                         staff and visitors. This will provide a strong educational effect on all and
Cuyahoga     CWEP Solar panels          showcase the University commitment to renewable and "green" energy.               Draganoiu   Constantin
                                     The system will provide energy that will be delivered in the CSU main electrical
                                        system and will help offset some of the large energy used throughout the
                                                                            campus.
                                      Display screens will be installed throughout the campus providing information
                                     on the Campus instanteneous energy consumption, energy savings obtained
                                        due the energy conservation measures implemented through this project,
                                                           outdoor environmental conditions, etc.
                                                                   Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                          It is proposed to establish an Energy Efficiency Center (EEC) at Case Western
                                         Reserve University. This center will be integrated with the Great Lakes Institute
                                                of Energy Innovation. The EEC will follow the guidelines of the US DOE
                                         Industrial Assessment Centers. It will provide eligible Ohio small- and medium-
                                              sized manufacturers with no-cost energy assessments. It will also provide
                                         assessments for commercial and residential buildings. It will work with industrial
                                          commercial and residential customers at the local, regional, and state levels to
                                         help them achieve a 25% reduction in energy intensity in 10 years by developing
Cuyahoga     Energy Efficiency Center                                                                                           Schwam        David
                                            and delivering industrial energy efficiency programs. The EEC will serve as a
                                               training ground for the next-generation of energy savvy engineers. Case
                                            faculty, graduate and undergraduate students will conduct the assessments.
                                            The proposer is a DOE Qualified Process Heating expert and has conducted
                                             numerous energy assessments under the DOE Save Energy Now program.
                                            Students from Cleveland State University, Kent State University and possibly
                                            other Ohio colleges will be trained to join the Energy Assessments and other
                                                                      Energy Efficiency programs.

                                         The "green energy" system, using "solar panels", will be installed on the location
                                          of the "Farmers Market", located on the CSU grounds along the Euclid Avenue
                                         between E18th and E21st streets, in Downtown Cleveland. The location is open
                                            to the University community as well as outsiders and readily visibily from the
                                                                      trafic on the Euclid Avenue.
                                           The system's equipment will be connected to the CSU main power supply grid
                                         through an existing distribution panel located in the Music Building, on the north
Cuyahoga   "Farmers Market" solar panels                                   edge of the market.                                  Draganoiu   Constantin
                                               Power stations will be connected to the "solar panels" system for student
                                             outdoor study area, market stands cashier machines, electrical vehicles for
                                             campus transportation, in the initial phase, and for future electrical vehicles
                                                                               recharging.
                                          Display stations will be installed in sevveral student lobby locations, library and
                                           study halls, and on some intense travel areas, presenting information on the
                                              solar system performance, outdoor meteorological conditions, and others.
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                           In keeping with its commitment to be a good partner to the environment,
                                          Baldwin-Wallace College will install a photo voltaic solar panel array on its
                                        newest building, the Center for Innovation and Growth (CIG). The solar panels
                                         will save 100,000 KWH of electricity per year saving the College $7,650, or
                                             41% of the building's electricity costs. When B-W installs the planned
Cuyahoga   Greening Baldwin-Wallace                                                                                          Kerbusch     Bill
                                                 geothermal system, the building will become carbon neutral.

                                        The CIG is an innovative design that fosters collaboration and learning among
                                        students, faculty, and business and civic leaders, with the goal of creating new
                                                                 businesses and organizations.
                                        Converting Homes to run lighting off of Solar/Battery Arrays using New lighting
                                        technology and completely removing all of a houses lighting demands from the
                                                                              Grid
Cuyahoga   Lighting Grid Independence                                                                                        Oravec     Joseph
                                           reducing consumption by at least 40% per home, and making Ohio homes
                                        safer in the event of a power outage, act of terrorism, or natural disaster due to
                                                           lighting being independent of power grids.
                                        My small business has been struggling due to the economy for the past couple
                                        of years. The business is in need of some updated machinery/technology. The
                                         business also has a vehicle that is 23 years old. Replacing this vehicle is dire
                                        and is long overdue, but funds not available. Additional funds would enable the
Cuyahoga    Save Empire Ornamental                                                                                             moll     william
                                            hiring of more employees, but instead employees have been let go. The
                                         building that houses the business is in disrepair, and needs weatherizing (new
                                         windows, new roof, new doors, new furnace, lighting) and repairs. If I can't do
                                                 the above things, the business will have to fold after 56 years.

                                           LuxAir, LLC has filed provisional patents on numerous upper room UV-C
                                        devices that utilize ultraviolet light to eradicate numerous bacteria, viruses and
                                            spores. These design concepts are in need of funding to bring them to
            Upper Room UV-C Germ          commercially viable products that are sold into both hospitals and long-term
Cuyahoga                                                                                                                      Stuart    William
                  Eradication           care facilities. The benefits derived from the products are both increases in the
                                         quality of care in these institutions, a reduction in the transmission of airborn
                                            aerosolized disease and a decrease in employee lost time and workers
                                           compensation costs within the institutions where the devices are utilized.
                                                                  Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                        Administer and manage a rebate program for Energy Star appliances consisting
              Ohio Energy Efficient
Cuyahoga                                  of approximately 89,335 rebates and $10,469,000 of Federal funds available            Schifferdecker   Peggy
            Appliance Rebate Program
                                        through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 for Ohio citizens.

                                            The Hispanic Alliance, Inc., a member driven collaborative of 12 non-profit
                                             agencies serving Cleveland's Latino community, will support its member
                                          organizations in their efforts to offer youth and adults culturally competent self-
                                           empowerment opportunities. One member, Hispanic Urban Minority Alcohol
                                             Drug and Outreach Program (UMADAOP) requests $500,000 to continue
                                               operating Project HOPE (Hispanic UMADAOP Outreach Program for
Cuyahoga          Project HOPE                                                                                                    Chinchilla     Carlos
                                            Empowerment) for two additional years. Project HOPE is an entry program
                                           providing wraparound services to youth ex-offenders between the ages of 18
                                           and 25. Project HOPE will serve 129 clients, expand its services, and reduce
                                          recidivism throughout Cuyahoga County, Ohio. The Hispanic Alliance commits
                                         to strengthening Hispanic UMADAOP programming by developing partnerships
                                             amongst its membes, their constituent bases, and philanthropic entities.

                                       47 or more new and retained jobs with focus on serving ex-offenders. Our well-
                                       trained vocational rehabilitation staff are successful in serving ex-offenders with
                                        2 or more barriers in 8 Ohio counties. Step By Step Employment and Training
                                           is among only 3% of all CARF organizations surveyed to achieve a perfect
                                                  outcome and we've earned that twice in a row. During our last
                                         LakeTroParkaways review, we acheived more successful outcomes than our
                                       colleagues per RSC. We're commited to providing substantial, quality services
           Ex-Offender Employment Task and will do so in conjunction with our partners in law enforcement, voc rehab,
Cuyahoga                                                                                                                           Fischer       Susan
                       Force              judicial system and persons served. Our intent is for collaborative efforts to
                                           result in combined funding and services, (not dupicated services) from the
                                          collective that would markedly reduce costs to RSC and, result in more and
                                         better jobs. Additional intent is for a lower rate of recidivism via supports and
                                            services not currently being provided due to lack of funding. We and our
                                         partners have researched proven methods that work in other regions and are
                                         already in process of establishing improved methodology in Ohio. Additional
                                                       funding is crucial for continuation of these services.
                                                                    Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                          Goodwill is a non-profit organization that works to improve the quality of life and
                                             employment opportunities for people. We are requesting funding to finish
                                          converting the T12 lighting we have throughout the 90,000 square foot facility to
                                          T8 lighting. Currently, there is about 10,000 sq ft of lighting to be finished. We
Cuyahoga       East 55th - lighting                                                                                                   Rohn      Marisa
                                           have invested already $50,000 towards to T8 conversion. We estimate a 10%
                                            savings. In 2009, Goodwill served more than 14,000 individuals through our
                                           programs and services. If granted the dollars to convert our T12 lighting to T8
                                                       lighting, this savings will allow us to serve more people.

                                           The Pharos Project proposes to train Disabled individuals having felony records
                                            to become proficient in Home Repair Skills. Following in-shop training in basic
                                                 plumbing, electrical, and carpentry skills, they will actually rehabilitate
                                             abandoned houses. The houses will be provided by municipalities. After the
                                              rehabilitation the individuals will be able to live in the house rent free for six
                                            months. After six months the house is returned to the municipality for sale with
                                          the proceeds being split by the municipality and the Pharos program. Pharos will
Cuyahoga             Pharos                                                                                                          Turner     Hugh A.
                                          partner with a nonprofit that is familiar with the target group. It is anticipated that
                                           the Pharos program will provide training for 100 individuals; will provide housing
                                          for 50 to 75 individuals who otherwise might be homeless, and through a referral
                                            service operated by our nonprofit partner provide continuing referrals from the
                                             community that will ensure the long term economic viability of those trained.
                                                 Based on anticipated need by the community the program will be self
                                                                                  sustaining.

                                            Purchase of narrowband portable radios and support equipment/software for
           Joint Darke County Sheriff's
 Darke                                     road officers to ensure interoperable safety communications since the Federal            Whittaker    Mark
              Office/City of Greenv
                                                     government's changes in available frequency radio bands.
                                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                        Veterans are an underserved population nationally. In Northwest Ohio, which
                                      includes Williams, Fulton, Defiance, Henry, Paulding, and Putnam Counties, we
                                       estimate approximately 2200 veterans need a variety of services. Our model is
                                         simple and proven effective. We will be leveraging current initiatives and our
                                              academic strengths to more broadly serve veterans and veterans with
                                       disabilities in NW Ohio. Defiance College Veterans Outreach (DCVA) would be
                                            a multi-faceted program coordinated by a program director. We propose
                                       •        Personal finance workshops ,pathways to employement and linking with
                                                                          the Yellow Ribbon
           Defiance College Veteran
Defiance                                 •       Ohio Benefit Bank services, including free tax preparation and e-filing        Lee          Isaac
              Outreach Program
                                           •      Legal assistance through the help of 2nd and 3rd year law students
                                                                  interested in public interest law
                                            •      Collecting and e-publishing the oral histories of the veterans in our
                                        region, with a priority of first capturing the stories of the older veterans before
                                                                         they are lost forever.

                                           Program is designed to get these individuals the need skills to quick
                                      employment while engaging the individual in a commitment to further education
                                                         within our post secondary curicculum


                                           This project will create the Greater Northwest Ohio Reentry Taskforce by
                                      providing a platform for a variety of key stakeholders to build their collaboration
                                      upon. The taskforce will be comprised of representatives from faith-based and
                                        community-based organizations, state and county correctional facilities, law
                                         enforcement, judges, prosecutors, ex-offenders, churches, and community
           Greater Northwest Ohio                                                                                                        Catherine and
Defiance                              citizens. The taskforce will be co-chaired by both a Youth Reentry Coordinator          Tijerina
              Reentry Taskforce                                                                                                              Ron
                                        and an Adult Reentry Coordinator to meet the needs specific to the different
                                      demographics. The target outcomes are to form a reentry taskforce, develop a
                                          five-year strategic plan, establish permanent coordinated re-entry service,
                                       establish and complete needs assessment, serve 350 adult ex-offenders and
                                        100 youth ex-offenders, and achieve a 50% reduction in recidivism by 2013.
                                                                       Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                             Ohio Wesleyan University seeks to transform energy usage on our campus and,
                                             in doing so, advance a model for other institutions to consider. Soon after Ohio
                                                 Wesleyan’s President, Dr. Rock Jones, began his tenure in July 2008, he
                                                     formed the Sustainability Task Force with the charge to develop
                                               recommendations that will lead the institution to a culture of energy efficiency
                                             and sustainability along with the corresponding roadmap and timeline to achieve
                                                                               the objectives.

                                              Through the Ohio Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant Program,
           Energy Efficiency Initiative at     Ohio Wesleyan looks to advance select Task Force’s recommendations of
Delaware                                                                                                                              Algoe      Eric
               Ohio Wesleyan Univ             conducting an energy audit, implementing energy efficiency efforts in one or
                                             more campus buildings and hiring appropriate staff to lead the campus’ energy
                                                                efficiency and sustainability efforts.

                                                 A preliminary analysis of Ohio Wesleyan University’s energy distribution
                                             systems and energy consumption by building estimated the potential of funding
                                             $3-$5 million dollars in campus improvements though energy savings over a 10
                                               year period. The preliminary analysis confirmed there is sufficient savings
                                              potential to move forward with the detailed analysis, project scope definition,
                                                          and implementation of an energy conservation project.

                                             The City of Sandusky has its Citizen Circle developed however the area needs a
                                             collborative effort by the entire county to build a re-entry task force to cover both
                                                 the city and the county. The Citizen Circle is funded by the city Community
                                              Development Block Grant therfore it can only service the City of Sandusky. As
            Sandusky City/Erie county
  Erie                                       our out comes are showing the need is much greater than we are able to meet.            Charlene   Adams
                 Citizen Circle
                                             It is our desire to develop a county wide re-entry task force to better service the
                                              ex-offenders coming home to this area. The funding applied for would provide
                                              for a case worker and a part time secreatry to accomplich the task. One and a
                                                                half (1.5) jobs will be created with the funding.
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                           Fairfield County Job and Family Services is proposing to develop a Fairfield
                                            County Reentry Coalition and a 5 -year strategic plan to reduce the 2005
                                         recidvism rate of 45% in Fairfield County. In 2008, Fairfield County had a total
                                          of 234 releases. Of the offenders released, 53% have a high % of need for
                                        employment, assessed substance abuse need either some or considerable was
                                           71.4% and 20.9% were on a mental health caseload. The county does not
                                           currently have a strategic plan nor a coalition to identify needs and provide
                                        services to adult men and women released from jail or prison within the last six
                                                                             months.
             Fairfield County Reentry
Fairfield                                                                                                                     Holton   Laura
                 Coalition project
                                        Outcomes of the proposal include: 1.62 FTE new positions, develop a Fairfield
                                         County Reentry Coalition by May 1, 2010, conduct a needs assessment to
                                          identify available services and gaps in services by August 2010, develop a
                                         written strategic plan to reduce recidivism by 50% by July 2011, and reduce
                                              recidivism among Fairfield County adult offenders by 50% by 2013.

                                              Fairfield County Job and Family Services is a quadruple-combined
                                             governmental agency with the expertise, organizational capacity, and
                                                      community support to implement the grant proposal.

                                          Funding would provide a full feasibility study, design and pilot installation for
                                         hydroelectric generation at a Class I dam owned and operated by ODNR. An
                                          internal review by ODNR technical staff has suggested that given the prpoer
                                        conditions the equivalent of 1,500 homes worth of electricity could be generated
            Hydro-Power Generation at
Franklin                                      at five locations where flow and head conditions appear to make hydro           Mohr     David
                 ODNR Facilities
                                        generators feasible. This would not only ptovide a clean energy source for Ohio
                                        but also a revenue stream back to the park. We have had inquiries concerning
                                           licensing hydro power units at several state-owned dams so we believe the
                                                        private sector sees the value in this type of installation.
                                                                  Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                         Funds will be used to design and construct building shell improvements at up to
                                         seven (7) buildings within the ODNR central office complex at Fountain Square.
                                             The existing structures, built 30+ years ago, are poorly insulated with single
                                               pane windows and exterior doors. Work would include replacement of
                                           deteriorated/leaking black membrane roofs with heavily insulated white roofs
            Fountain Square Complex
Franklin                                    that will reduce heat load on the building during summer. We have recently         Mohr      David
            Building Shell Renovations
                                            completed a similar project on another building in the complex, and once an
                                          interior build-out is completed in late 2010 we expect signficantly lower energy
                                         usage and LEED certification at the Silver level. Design and bidding of the work
                                            could be completed relatively quickly based on experience with the building
                                                                     currently under construction.

                                         Ohio State University Airport (“OSUA”) is seeking funding to implement a 59 KW
                                            solar energy ground mounted system to supply energy to its maintenance
Franklin           OSUA Solar                                                                                                  Giles     Steven
                                            building. The solar energy project will also be includes as an educational
                                                  component of the tours of the airport facilities given by OSUA.

                                           Alkebulan self mastery community re-entry services is a holistic intensive
                                                intervention practice, that transforms ohio offenders to productive
                                                                       interdependent residents.
                                          We are specialist in assisting the offender in making a smooth transition from
                                                                    the institution to the community.
                                          We do utilize a culturally specific practice of approach and techniques when
                                             providing homebase services and establishing support networks for the
                                                             offender. expected outcomes are as follows:
             Alkebulan self mastery                             1). 90% of all referrals will be accepted
Franklin                                                                                                                      Shabazz   Mustafaa
           community re-entry services             2). services will be provided 72 hours upon receipt of referral
                                                  3). All offenders will complete 24 hours of self mastery training
                                                          4). All offenders will receive job readiness training
                                            Alkebulan has a successful history in working with this at risk population.
                                             Alkebulan is community based and accessible by public transportation.
                                         Alkebulan's approach for utilizing continuity as a practice to enhance offenders
                                            self mastery skills is considered non traditional but population friendly.
                                                       Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                                           Utility metering networking:
                              Lucid Design Group has a software and hardware product that will provide real
                                time utility use for electricity, natural gas, and hot water. Otterbein College
                               maintains a central plant with distributed utilities such as electricity, hot water,
                                       chilled water and natural gas. http://www.luciddesigngroup.com/
                                This software hardware package presents utility use in real time for building
                                  occupants and managers to better monitor and use the available utilities.
                              Because of our distributed scheme it is diffucult to determine which connected
                                       building is consuming the most energy without metering in place.
Franklin   Utility Metering                                                                                           Bell   David
                              This product is being suscessfully used at Oberlin College in residence halls to
                              demonstrate to the building occupants their personal and corporate use of the
                                                                  campus utilities.
                                Otterbein would purchase and install the product in 10 major buildings as an
                              initial step in monitoring and controlling building performance in real time. This
                                 information can be posted on our campus web-site to increase the level of
                                 awareness of faculty, students and staff to their contribution to the goal of
                                                               energy conservation.


                               Otterbein is conducting a GHG inventory using 2 widely accepted methods of
                              calculation. Clean Air Cool Planet and Newport Calculator. At the same time we
                               are conducting an energy audit of all facilities. Results of these studies will be
                               used to support our strategic goal of establishing sustainability as a core value
                                for our campus community. As recently as 2008 Otterbein College reduced
                                GHG emmisions by an estimated 25% by changing from natural gas fueled
                               absorption cooling to electric centrifugal cooling while at the same time adding
                              15% to our campus gross square footage. Otterbein College is establishing the
Franklin    Energy Audit                                                                                              Bell   David
                                position of Sustainability Coordinator to oversee, coordinate and implement
                                  litmus test projects designed to reduce our carbon footprint and achieve
                               sustainable goals. This newly created position will require additional technical
                                 assistance for determining ROI on specified energy reduction projects and
                                retrofits. Engineering and architectural firms will assist in outlining a path to
                              achieve these goals and create a specification manual to submit to contractors
                                  on best practices and energy saving materials and equipment that will be
                                                      incorporated in future construction.
                                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                       Replacing all steel framed non-insulated windows in the Rhodes Youth Center
                                        Dormitories with architectural grade thermally broken aluminum single hung
                                         windows with insulated glass and screens. Replacing all steel framed non-
                                       insulated windows in the Brown Sheep Barn with architectural grade thermally
           EXP-090001 Sheep & Swine     broken aluminum single hung and double hung windows with insulated glass
Franklin                                                                                                                     Darst   F.Joe
               Barn Renovations        and screens. Replacing all wooden double hung windows in the Administration
                                          Building with architectural grade thermally broken aluminum double hung
                                        windows with insulated glass and screens. All areas are both heated and air
                                       conditioned for use year round and this work will show an energy savings year
                                                                             round.

                                                              New Science Facility VFD option:

                                       70,000 square foot Science Facility has multiple exhaust hoods and an exhaust
                                       hood system that removes conditioned air (heated or cooled) whenever a hood
                                        sash is opened. The exhaust fan runs @ 100% capacity 24 hours a day 365
                                        days a year. An option now available will minimize electric used until needed
                                        with the use of a VFD (variable frequency drive) system. The fan motor would
                                                only run at a minimum speed until more exhaust was required.
           Science Exhaust hood VFD
Franklin                                 We are taking daily electric readings and recognize that is hood system has         Bell    David
                    Retrofit
                                      increased our electric load substantially. This retrofit would allow the exhaust fan
                                         speed to mirror the actual use of the exhaust hoods being used and not run
                                           100% loaded 100% of the time. This project would require 3-6 months to
                                      implement and complete. Electric use will be reduced. It is estimated that a 10%
                                                  reduction in cubic foot air flow will save 27% in electric use.
                                                      http://www.energy.rochester.edu/efficiency/vav.pdf
                                                           Anticipated air flow reduction is 50 to 75%.
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                            Retrofit of a constant volume terminal reheat air supply system in a 32,000
                                          square foot classroom and nursing clinic. A new VAV system with concomitant
                                          VFD drives, duct work retrofits, and system controls would replace this 32 year
                                             old equipment, including 2 air handlers, all terminal reheats, controls and
                                         motors. Constant volume air handling systems require 100% air flow constantly.
                                              The proposed VAV systems only require the amount of airflow to meet
                                             temperature set point. This variable air flow requirement saves electricity
                                          because the fan motor only needs to run as fast as the load requires. In fact a
                                         10% reduction in CCF of air can result in a 27% reduction in electric use. A 20%
Franklin   Science Building VAV retrofit      reduction in fan motor speed can reduce electric consumption by 50%.           Bell    David
                                                         http://www.energy.rochester.edu/efficiency/vav.pdf
                                          Due to the variable use and load changes inherent in a classroom building this
                                                           retrofit is an excellent choice for this application.
                                              Engineering drawings have already been produced and only need to be
                                         submitted to the AHJ at the city of Westerville building department. This project
                                            would be completed in 2010 between the months of June and December.
                                                                       Electric use will be recorded.



                                         The project is to provide rebate fulfillment and provide administration to Ohio's
                                         Energy Efficient Appliance Rebate Program. Our solution will deliver Ohio and
                                           efficient and cost effective approach to make rebates available to replace
                                             inefficient appliances with Energy Star qualified appliances by offering
             State Energy Efficient     consumers rebate incentives for purchasing and installing such appliances. Our
Franklin                                                                                                                     Bruns   Keith
           Appliance Rebate Program      solution will provide an excellent experience to Ohio consumers and retailers,
                                        while providing the State capability to prevent oversubscription, reduce demand
                                          on the grid, prevent fraud, and provide transparency, complete reporting and
                                         auditability of the entire process. Our approach will also generate incremental
                                                                   sales tax revenues for the State.
                                                                     Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                         The Ohio State University will be undertaking one of the largest projects in the
                                         history of the University within the next two years. The South High Rise Dorm
                                         project includes renovation of five (5) high rise dorms (approximately 450,000
                                       square feet) and the construction of new dorms (approximately 100,000 square
                                        feet) to accommodate the future housing needs of the University. The housing
                                         will accommodate around 3,000 undergraduate students. The original five (5)
                                       dorms were built in 1957 with steam heating and no cooling. A major part of the
                                          renovation is to provide a highly efficient heating and cooling system for the
           South High Rises Renovation
Franklin                                 south dorm housing needs. The University has developed a Green Build and                 Calis     Cihangir
                  and Addition
                                       Energy Policy to reduce energy consumption on all new and renovation projects
                                          on campus. The Green Build and Energy Policy state that this project shall
                                        exceed ASHRAE 90.1 2004 (energy code) by 15% on the renovation and 30%
                                       on the new construction. However, due to the size and impact of this project the
                                                                  expectations are much higher.

                                            The project will be installing one of the largest geothermal systems in the State
                                                of Ohio in order to reduce energy consumption and carbon footprint. The
                                            closed loop geothermal system will include approximately 700 wells that will be
                                                   To support the Ohio STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and
                                            Mathematics) education initiative, Ohio Dominican University has embarked on
                                             a two part capital science project. Phase I, the construction of a new science
                                               building, is underway. We request funding for the energy efficiency retrofit
                                              portion of Phase II, the renovation of our existing science building, St. Albert
                                            Hall, which was constructed in 1941 and expanded in 1981 to its current 22,000
Franklin   St Albert Hall Energy Retrofit   square feet. It does not meet current expectations for efficient energy use. The     Seiffert   Ronald
                                             building footprint will be maintained, but the HVAC system will be replaced to
                                               improve energy efficiency, and electrical improvements that impact energy
                                              efficiency, including lighting, will also be completed. The total grant eligible
                                             costs of the retrofit total $1,337,589. Expected outcomes include improved air
                                               quality and ventilation; better lighting for classrooms and laboratories; and
                                                                     greatly improved energy efficiency.
                                                                  Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                             Replacement of all exterior building, street and sidewalk lighting with LED
                                           lighting at DODD's 10 Developmental Center campuses. Additionally, a pilot
           DODD Developmental Center
Franklin                                          project for a photo-voltaic solar array is included at the Columbus           Bone      William
             Exterior Lighting Retrof
                                            Developmental Center to significantly offset the remaining exterior lighting
                                            demand. A successful outcome could be replicated at the other 9 centers.


                                              We will install solar panels to provide renewable energy to an Ohio State
                                              University building, and we will install new energy-saving products in that
                                          building. In addition, by leveraging the resources of the two groups occupying
                                         that building-OSU and EWI-we will simultaneously educate and train students in
                                           real-world energy efficiency problems and solutions, and develop a plug-and-
                                         play system in which Ohio companies can test and evaluate new energy-saving
                                         products. In this way, we improve competitiveness of Ohio companies and build
           OSU/EWI Living Laboratory for
Franklin                                                        the talent for Ohio’s future energy jobs.                       Potter    R. Scott
                Energy Efficiency
                                             The OSU/EWI building has a wide range of uses, including heavy industrial
                                            equipment, light industrial equipment, classroom spaces, office spaces, and
                                          small research laboratories. The building will be used a living laboratory to test
                                         energy efficiency over this wide range of load requirements and usages, making
                                             an ideal platform for both comprehensive testing of new products and as a
                                                               comprehensive learning tool for students.



                                             Tipping Point Renewable Energy is working with the Ohio Department of
                                            Corrections pursuant to installing a pilot project consisting of Solar PV and
                                           possibly Solar Thermal on one of its institutions. We are estimating a 35 KW
Franklin              ODRC                                                                                                     Hadinger    Darin
                                          system +/-. We are also going to perform site assessments at other institutions
                                           around Ohio to determine the feasibility of placing renewable energy systems
                                                   not limited to Solar PV, Solar Thermal, SolarWall, and wind.
                                                                  Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                         The Energy Conservation Fund, under the administration of the State Architect's
                                            Office and its Sub-Office of Energy Services (referred to as SAO-ES), has
                                          historically proven to benefit state agencies that consume energy through the
                                           use of funding for energy upgrades and for energy conservation retrofits of
                                         existing state facilities. These projects range in value from $50,000 to $750,000
                                             with an avarage cost of approximately $200,000. The projected return on
                                            investment is 4.4 years. To date, for every capital dollar spent, the State's
           Blanket Request for Improving    operating costs were reduced by 22 cents. SAO-ES provides funding and
Franklin                                                                                                                       Najjar     Ramsey
                Energy Efficiency at         technical assistance to each state agency that consumes energy in state
                                          facilities. This funding request will supplement available, yet limited, funds to
                                           support projects across the State to comply with the Governor's Executive
                                           Order to reduce energy consumption by 15 percent. SAO-ES will be able to
                                         match the funding from this project to reach as many agencies and complete as
                                           many energy retrofit projects as possible. Without this project, a much lower
                                          number of projects can be executed which diminishes the ability to effectively
                                                            reduce energy consumption across the State.

                                        The Ohio State University recognizes that the pursuit of energy efficiency in our
                                            buildings is a strategic business and operating priority. The Ohio State
                                          University is requesting stimulus funds to complete an already planned (but
                                         unfunded) building energy efficiency improvement project. Three activities are
                                         proposed under the proposed project, Activity 1 – Steam system upgrades to
                                            improve control and reduce leaks, Activity 2 – Steam and hot water line
                                         insulation to reduce steam and condensate system heat loss, and Activity 3 –
Franklin   OSU Energy Reduction Project Building system efficiency upgrades to improve control of HVAC systems and            Willcoxon   Tracey
                                           implement night setbacks. The majority of the work will be done by local
                                        contractors retaining skilled craftsman jobs. Material and equipment from Ohio
                                                           suppliers will also add to the Ohio economy.
                                                    Total Annual Energy Savings – 10,721 MMBTU, $133,134
                                                         Total Annual CO2 Reduction – 1150 Metric Tons
                                                                     Total Request - $252,112
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved



                                        The proposal is for lighting upgrades to ODPS GHQ building located at 1970 W.
                                        Broad St., Col., Oh. The building has 365,115 Sq.Ft. of office and support space
                                        and is a medium rise, steel and spandrel panel and glass structure. The existing
                                         lighting is fluorescent fixtures with 32 watt 48 inch lamps with manual demand
                                            switches. The trailing 12 month electric cost for lighting was $126,556.00.

                                             The project scope includes a complete lamp and ballast replacement with
           General Headquarters (GHQ)
Franklin                                   lamps that reduce wattage (25 W vs. 32 W) and more efficient ballasts and       White   Dianna
             Building Lighting Upgra
                                         installs occupancy sensors and daylight harvesting devices for the outer open
                                                                 office areas (45% of the facility).

                                         Re-lamping, occupancy sensors and daylight harvesting will save an estimated
                                          $45,380.00 annually. The cost estimates are: ballasts, lamps, sensors and
                                            harvesting devices, $200,000. In Kind labor for installation is $90,000.
                                                                      Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                              This proposal is for an Energy Efficient Retrofit of the State of Ohio Emergency
                                              Operations Center/Joint Dispatch Facility (EOC), at a cost of $450,000. During
                                              disasters, the Operations Room within the facility accommodates over 50 state
                                                and federal agencies, as the central point of coordination for response and
                                                                                  recovery.

                                               The Ohio EOC is a 90,000 square foot building and was completed in 1994.
                                               This two floor building is actually two buildings in one; a steel frame unit was
                                               built over a poured concrete structure for maximum disaster protection. The
                                                                     first floor is entirely under ground.
           Energy Efficient Retrofit of the
Franklin                                                                                                                          White   Dianna
                Ohio Emergency Op                This 16-year old building is known for hot spots, cold spots and drafts that
                                               cause coats to be worn by employees while working. Natural gas bills for the
                                               building increased from $50,455 in FY 2008 to $61,200 for the period March
                                                               2008 – March 2009. The proposal includes:

                                               $200,000 to replace existing boilers with an “on-demand” boiler system for a
                                                        10% savings in natural gas usage in the winter season.
                                               $25,000 to conduct an energy study to determine where heat and cool air is
                                                                                 escaping.
                                                $225,000 to retrofit the building in response to the energy study for a 5%
                                                                         savings in electric usage.
                                                        Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                Otterbein is conducting a GHG inventory using 2 widely accepted methods of
                               calculation. Clean Air Cool Planet and Newport Calculator. At the same time we
                                are conducting an energy audit of all facilities. Results of these studies will be
                                used to support our strategic goal of establishing sustainability as a core value
                                 for our campus community. As recently as 2008 Otterbein College reduced
                                 GHG emmisions by an estimated 25% by changing from natural gas fueled
                                absorption cooling to electric centrifugal cooling while at the same time adding
                               15% to our campus gross square footage. Otterbein College is establishing the
Franklin     Energy Audit                                                                                             Bell    David
                                 position of Sustainability Coordinator to oversee, coordinate and implement
                                   litmus test projects designed to reduce our carbon footprint and achieve
                                sustainable goals. This newly created position will require additional technical
                                  assistance for determining ROI on specified energy reduction projects and
                                 retrofits. Engineering and architectural firms will assist in outlining a path to
                               achieve these goals and create a specification manual to submit to contractors
                                   on best practices and energy saving materials and equipment that will be
                                                       incorporated in future construction.
                                Replace existing HID fixtures with fluorescent fixtures and lighting controls to
                               reduce lighting energy consumption from 2.5 watts per square foot to 1.5 watts
Franklin   Lighting Upgrades    per square foot over +/-14,000 square feet of library building. This will reduce     Forgos   John
                                  our lighting energy usage by 40% in this area for a total reduction of 16%
                                          overall. Annual energy reduction of 49,000 KW hours, total.
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                         Morley proposes to administer the Ohio Energy Efficient Appliance Rebate
                                      Program. The project will result in 89,335 rebates for varied amounts based on
                                                                         appliance type.
                                          ? Collaborate with the State project manager on all aspects of the project,
                                                including rules, forms, content, templates, scripts and reports
                                      ? Create a customized online application that allows Ohio consumers to reserve
                                       rebates when available, submit rebate forms online, print rebate forms, check
                                       category statistics and check rebate status online in real time once submitted
                                      ? Provide live customer support during program hours via toll-free phone and e-
             Ohio Energy Efficient                                             mail
Franklin                                                                                                                 Fay   Thomas
           Appliance Rebate Program       ? Image all received documentation and attach to rebate case for ease of
                                      audit/case follow-up; scanned images available online for the State and system
                                                                         administrators
                                             ? Verify rebate documentation and eliminate ineligible submissions
                                        ? Detect fraud and eliminate duplicate rebate applications to ensure that only
                                                             valid applicants receive rebate funds
                                                  ? Maintain a separate secure rebate database for the State
                                        ? Print checks and generate rejection letters on pre-defined, State-approved
                                                                              stock
                                                      ? Mail checks via bulk/pre-sorted first-class USPS
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                          • Toll-free inbound IVR application to provide information about the program,
                                                   allow for checking of rebate status, and transfer to live agent.
                                          • Live agents to answer questions about the program, give status on rebates,
                                          reserve a rebate for a consumer and assist with errors in rebate applications.
                                             • Secure consumer-facing web portal containing program information and
                                             FAQs, the ability to create an account, reserve a rebate, provide contact
                                           information (phone, SMS, email), check the status of a rebate, obtain official
                                                         application forms, link to state or private web sites.
           Ohio Energy Appliance Rebate         • Secure State-facing web dashboard for use by Ohio Department of
Franklin                                                                                                                     Robert   Bryan
                     Program            Development administrators. Here, the State may access reports based on real-
                                          time data on the rebate process. Other functionality will include the ability to
                                             research specific rebate request and fulfillment processes and download
                                         program data. Images from scanned materials received from consumers will
                                         be available for viewing as well. This site may include tools enabling the State
                                               to approve daily batched printing of checks for mailing to consumers.
                                               • Secure agent-facing web portal which will include tools to investigate
                                         consumer questions about their rebate. The portal will include functionality to
                                        initiate batch processes leading ultimately to the printing and mailing of checks
                                          to program participants. A set of tools will also be available to agents to help
                                                             Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                    Please accept this letter of intent from Focus on Ohio’s Future as an expressed
                                            interest in bidding for and contracting with the Ohio Department of
                                            Development’s State Energy Efficiency Appliance Rebate Program
                                               (SEEARP)/Ohio Energy Efficient Appliance Rebate Program.
                                       Focus on Ohio’s Future (FOOF) is the spearheading organization that will be
                                           managing the project from start to end. FOOF is a non-profit 501c4
                                    organization created to fulfill anticipated needs identified by the Ohio Council of
                                     Retail Merchants (OCRM) to respond for economic development opportunities
                                                             precisely like this rebate program.
                                    For 88-years, OCRM has maintained a powerful, effective and credible voice on
           Ohio Appliance Upgrade
Franklin                             Capital Square on behalf of Ohio’s retail community. And through those years,        Mahaney   John
              Rebate Program        the Council has evolved to being an indispensible partner with Ohio’s retailers –
                                      helping to pave an opportunistic retail environment for its 3,000-plus Council
                                    members. Our membership consists of large to small business retailers across
                                     the state, and has often been coined by statewide influencers as “The Voice of
                                                                        Ohio Retailing.”
                                          No other organization in the state of Ohio has the depth and breadth of
                                         relationships with Ohio’s retailers than that of the Ohio Council of Retail
                                                                          Merchants.

                                       Focus on Ohio’s Future has named this rebate program “Ohio Appliance
                                      Upgrade Rebate Program”, and has pulled together an exceptional team to
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                            Description: In response to the challenges facing ex-offenders re-entering
                                        Franklin County, the Franklin County Reentry Task Force proposes to adopt an
                                        interdisciplinary and multi-modal approach for improving offender transition and
                                        reintegration back into the community. Through implementation of the following
                                        core program elements, Franklin County will facilitate the execution of the goals
                                          and performance outcomes identified in the Franklin County Comprehensive
                                         Five Year Strategic Plan. (1) Case Management utilizing elements of the APIC
           Franklin County Reentry Task Model and La Bodega de la Familia; (2) Workforce Solutions that include work
Franklin                                                                                                                    Palmore   Kysten
                       Force                   readiness and life skills related training and transitional employment
                                           programming;(3) Evidence based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy; (4) a mutli-
                                                media Outreach Campaign targeted to potential employers; and (5)
                                              reinstatement of the legal clinic run by Legal Aid Society of Columbus.
                                             Outcomes: 50% reduction in recidivism rate for target population will be
                                            achieved by December 2013. 90 ex-offenders will successfully complete a
                                          transitional employment experience and 100 inmates will benefit from reentry
                                         focused case mgmt. services and be released with a reentry plan by 10/31/11.
                                              Orion Health’s Rhapsody Connect is a customized Rhapsody Connect
                                            application that specifically targets public health reporting from healthcare
                                             providers to appropriate public health agencies. This project will deploy
                                         Rhapsody Connect applications at up to ten (10) hospitals that are identified by
                                             the Ohio Department of Health (ODH). Laboratory result data indicating
             An innovative Rhapsody
Franklin                                   possible HAI-related infections will be securely transmitted to the ODH from     Danos     C Scott
           Connect project to implemen
                                            these hospitals. Laboratory result data for other reportable diseases and
                                           conditions will also be securely transmitted to the ODH. If required by ODH,
                                         standard message structure (e.g. HL7) and vocabulary content (e.g. SNOMED,
                                            LOINC) conversions from the reporting hospitals will be performed prior to
                                                                           delivery to ODH.
                                                               Ohio Job Connection Project 2010
                                                                           High Points
                                                                  create 10 home job positions
           Ohio Job Connection Project
Franklin                                                            help 30 people obtain jobs                                Liu     Tiehan
                      2010
                                                                  help 30 people save their jobs
                                                         Give free computers to 100 people who need it.
                                                                   Submitted Requests - Not Approved



                                          Content in the program is instructed from the National Center for Construction
                                          Education and Research (NCCER) curriculum. Students will be awarded a 10
                                         hour OSHA card for safety, complete the Tools for Success series for workplace
                                            issues including conflict resolution, problem-solving and communication.

                                           Level I of IV meeting requirements for the initial competencies toward the
                                          national certification and inclusion on the national registry will be the major
Franklin   RSC Construction Technology                                                                                           Parlin     Gayle
                                       outcome. Entry level skills in masonry, floor systems, wall and ceiling framing,
                                         roof applications and stair layout preclude electrical and plumbing modules.
                                         Students will also install drywall, paint, set cabinetry, etc., lay carpet, tile, and
                                                                         hardwood floors.

                                            Hands on work will be completed a minimum of two hours daily with the day
                                           beginning in classroom planning, safety talks prior to working in the lab area.


                                           This grant will focus on preparing individuals with disabilities and felonies for,
                                          securing and retaining employment through the use of our employer networks
                                             through the CareWorks Family of Companies. Our resources allow us to
                                             partner with several entities and organizations across the state to provide
                                          comprehensive vocational services. Our associates have experience working
                                          with individuals who have disabilities and legal histories and this combined with
           Employment for Indiivuals with our employer networks and job placement experience will serve to provide a
Franklin                                                                                                                         Wickert   Kimberly
                Disabilities and Fe        holistic approach to job placement and retention for this group of individuals.
                                           Our sister company, CareWorks USA, has experience working with the Ohio
                                           Department of Corrections and will allow us to draw upon their experience to
                                         assist these individuals. This project will incorporate the use of job tryouts with
                                         our employer networks to enhance the potential of permanent placements. Our
                                          associates have worked with individuals with felonies and disabilities and have
                                                      provided placement services to this group of consumers.
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                       This grant will focus on preparing individuals with TBI for, securing and retaining
                                       employment through the use of our employer networks through the CareWorks
                                         Family of Companies. Our resources allow us to partner with several entities
                                            and organizations across the state to provide comprehensive vocational
                                            services to individuals with acquired brain injuries. Our associates have
                                         experience working with individuals who have brain injuries and this combined
           Employment of Individuals
Franklin                               with our employer networks and job placement experience will serve to provide            Wickert    Kimberly
            with Traumatic Brain Inj
                                        a holistic approach to job placement and retention for this group of individuals.
                                             We have been in communication with entities including the Brain Injury
                                         Association of Ohio and Ohio Cares to identify needs of individuals with brain
                                        injuries as well as those who are veterans with brain injuries. This project will
                                         incorporate the use of job tryouts with our employer networks to enhance the
                                                               potential of permanent placements.

                                          Nationwide Children's is planning the purchase and implementation of an
              Implementation of
                                       epidemology surveillance system that will improve our ability to track, report and
Franklin    Epidemology Electronic                                                                                             Zabawski    Denise
                                         trend hospital acquired infections. Better tracking and reporting will help us
                   Serveilla
                                             identify causes, implement changes and produce better outcomes.

                                          We are to replace an approx. 20 year old 20-ton capacity air conditionng
                                       system. We have proposed for the church to install a 20-ton geothermal system
                                        which will also replace the heating from a fifty year old boiler. This will provide
                                          apprx. 50% savings on the air conditioning and apprx.40% savings on the
Fulton       First Christian Church                                                                                           Hammontree    David
                                       heating system per year. The church is looking for help in funding the project to
                                            make the building more efficient by lowering operating costs and CO2
                                        emmissions, making a greener enviroment. To date the project has not been
                                                  started. We appreceiate any help you can offer, thank you.
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                          The multi year outcome of a grant to the Wing Haven re-entry from prison
                                      program will be savings in Ohio costs of at least 5 times the amount of the grant
                                         due to reduced crime and welfare costs and reduced state costs in care for
                                      affected children. All grant money will be spent on staff costs directly serving re-
                                      entry women and their children. With the necessary funding, we plan to provide
                                        support of women being released from prison, many of whom have children.
                                       Ohio representative Clyde Evans and Judge Margaret Evans are supportive of
                                          Wing Haven as an organization providing services valuable to Ohio. Wing
Gallia   Women Re-entry with Children                                                                                        Bauman   Lee
                                       Haven is an established faith based 501c3 non-profit with operations in Vinton
                                           Ohio providing restoration for abused moms and their children. We have
                                          beautiful housing units, a paid licensed counselor, a paid certified children
                                         teacher, professionally developed program components, and many talented
                                          volunteers. None of our managers are paid. Judge Evans and a supportive
                                      prison Chaplin have stated that our planned re-entry program will fill a significant
                                       need since there are no established facilities of this type for support of re-entry
                                                        of women in Gallia and surrounding counties.
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                         Through the Glen Helen Ecology Institute, Antioch College operates the Miami
                                         Valley's largest and most visited private nature preserve. The 1000-acre Glen
                                            Helen Preserve has 125,000 visitors per year, and provides educational
                                                             programs for 13,000 students per year.

                                            Antioch College seeks to perform retrofits to the visitor's complex at Glen
                                         Helen, to transform a pre-oil crisis facility into an educational model for energy
                                         efficiency. Substantial improvements to the complex were last made in 1973,
                                             and the complex hemorrhages energy, while at the same time missing
                                         opportunities to educate thousands of Ohio residents about energy efficiency
         Glen Helen Visitor's Complex:                                  retrofit techniques.
Greene                                                                                                                        Boutis   Nikos
             Energy Efficiency Re
                                                                    Specific measures include:
                                          > Replace 130 R-.9 single pane and failed R-.49 Thermopane windows with
                                                         triple glazed windows with R-8 to R-20 value.
                                          > Insulate 6500 square foot building envelope to R-52 ceiling and R-30 walls
                                         > Reduce cost of lighting by 90% by installing natural daylighting systems, plus
                                                           LED, metal halide, and CFL light sources.
                                          > Replace 4 47% efficient gas furnaces with a 96-98 % efficient closed-loop
                                                                 geothermal heat pump system.
                                              > Integrate an educational component with each efficiency measure
                                                                           undertaken.
                                                                  Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                        I am currently obtaining certification to install solar and wind power alternatives.
                                          It has come to my attention that there are not any contractors available in the
                                           Miami Valley. My plan is to construct a building on my property to utilize as a
                                           office/shop to operate from, as I have acres at my disposal.The purchase of
                                         solar and wind power instruments and supplies are extremely expensive, and I
                                        intend on being able to have a bare minimum of one system on hand. As I have
                                           little to no capitol, this will take the bulk of the finances. At the present time I
Greene         alternative energy       don't know if there are any fund programs for a ''GREEN'' type business. Idealy           Dwyer    Craig
                                               to be in operation as soon as spring is the goal. If there is some funding
                                           available I will be able to produce a business plan, financial plan.Also for the
                                          record this ''business'' is not operable by any means at all at the current time.
                                                               Any help is deeply appreciated.Thank you.

                                                                              Regards,
                                                                             Craig Dwyer

                                        With this project I will fix and rehab a minimum of 40 units to provide low cost,
                                           clean, safe and respectful housing to low income, disabled, homeless and
                                        displaced individuals within Cincinnati. The funds that you provide will be used
           Affordable Housing Renewal   for the renovations of such units. I work with the Cincinnati CMHA, Free Store,
Hamilton                                                                                                                          Kofalt   Mark
                    Program               and The Cincinnati Contiuum of Care to place their clients in newly updated
                                        units. I am asking for the funds due the fact I cannot keep up with the demand
                                          of the agency's applicants. Estimated costs are $25,000 per unit. The funds
                                                          would pay for the materials and labor costs.
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved



                                          The block grant is intended to create jobs and maximize energy savings.
                                       CSTCC intends to maximize this grant to meet these goals. CSTCC will propose
                                          two major campus projects within its grant request. The project with the
                                                           greenhouse will have two sub-projects.

                                            The first major project involves the existing greenhouse used for the
                                         horticulture program. The first sub-project is to install a solar photo-voltaic
                                       system for electrical generation. In addition the working system will be used for
                                                     laboratory work in the renewable energy certificate.

Hamilton    campus energy savings         The second sub-project is to install a geo-thermal heating system for the         Wells   Ralph
                                       greenhouse. This would be cutting edge use of this technology. The unit would
                                            be available for laboratory work for the renewable energy certificate.

                                         The second major project involves replacing existing very old HID parking lot
                                                              lighting with new LED lighting.

                                         Both of these projects will result in major energy savings and reduced cost to
                                       the school as well as the creation of jobs by the design and installation process.




                                        Approximately 2 million healthcare associated infections (HAI) occur in the US
                                       each year, claiming 100,000 lives and costing billions of dollars according to the
                                          CDC. Several available antimicrobial coatings for invasive medical devices
                                        target the most common causes of infection, yet effectiveness against HAI is
Hamilton   Antimicrobial Nanocoating     generally considered marginal at best. With NIH support, BTG is developing         OSEAS   ERIC
                                          enabling technology that directly addresses the reason other antimicrobial
                                            coatings fail. Successful development and commercialization of BTG's
                                          antimicrobial nanocoating will save lives, create jobs, and lower healthcare
                                                                             costs.
                                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                       This product provides a solution to on-site wound care for military and trauma
                                         victims. Rapid care is foremost in the initial treatment and rehabilitation of
                                       patients with open wounds stemming from missile trauma, open fractures, and
                                                                    bleeding extremities..

                                         The majority of casualties involve open fractures or wounds(1). A one-step
                                        mechanism is critically needed to stabilize a compromised extremity, control
                                        bleeding and improve the chances of bone and soft tissue survival in light of
                                       significant trauma. THIS PRODUCT SERVES TO DECREASE SIGNIFICANT
                                              HEALTHCARE COSTS OF INFECTION AND WOUND HEALING.
           BATTLEFIELD AND EMERGENCY
Hamilton      WOUND CONTAINMENT                        Our device will provide the following direct benefits:               CHOUDHURY   Sambhu
                     SYSTEM                                         1. Open wound containment
                                                                 2. Immediate supportive dressing
                                                                 3. One-step tourniquet application
                                                              The device also allows indirect benefits:
                                                 1. It will reduce blood and body fluid exposure/contamination
                                            2. Allow a sterile field to be immediately utilized in a non-sterile setting
                                         3. Permit on-the-spot irrigation in the field in an effort to decrease bacterial
                                                                           contamination
                                        4. The field created can be used for safe sterile procedures on the battlefield
                                                                  Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                                            Bed bug prevention, monitoring, and control
                                              ·       Start-up funds for Ohio Bed Bug Policy and Education Center -
                                                                             $500,000
                                                                 ·     Develop educational materials

                                                            ·     Monitor legislative policy development
            Bed Bug Prevention,
Hamilton                                                                                                                     Cohen      Hirsh
           Monitoring and Control
                                          ·        Perform analyses to document changes in bed bug infestation across
                                                                             the state
                                                       ·     Monitor new developments for treatment options
                                      ·           Administer grant funds and donations to assist low income individuals in
                                                   bed bug control (mattress covers, subsidy for treatment, etc)


                                      This course provides the education for central service technicians who must
                                       have the knowledge and skills for preparation, sterilization, handling, and
             Geriactric Activities     storage of patient care items. The course is approved by IAHCSMM and
Hamilton                                                                                                                      Jones    Dryden
                Coordinator            graduates are eligible for the international certification examination to be
                                     designated as a certified Registered Central Service Technician. Hospitals are
                                           currently challenged to find the funds to have employees certified.

                                         In order to most effectively address the issues surrounding both lack of a
                                       coordinate infrastructure and the identified gap in services for high risk/high
                                     needs adult and juvenile offenders, the County proposes a two prong approach.
                                      First, the County will create a centralized, staffed reentry office under its Board
                                      of County Commission to implement the County’s Reentry Strategic Plan and
           Hamilton County Reentry   serve as the official collaborating body for the reentry community. Second, the
Hamilton                                                                                                                     Gehring   Jennifer
               Coalition Grant       new Reentry Office will then work cooperatively with reentry community reentry
                                           community partners using evidence-based practices to address current
                                          identified gaps in services for the targeted group of high risk/high needs
                                       offenders supporting both the adult and juvenile population. This will create
                                                         and/or retain 4.5 FTEs across 3 agencies.
                                                                  Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                           Energy conservation study was completed by Corporate Energy Consultants,
                                         Ltd. in Sept. 2007 but we did not have enough money to begin the actual project
                                                                     implementation, which includes:
                                                             Recalibrate existing airflow measuring stations
                                                            Eliminate air handler condensate drain problems
                                                                   Add basin heaters to cooling towers
                                                                       Add graphics to DDC system
                                              Improve VAV operations, air handling unit scheduling, control air flow for
                                                                                 surgery
                                           Install variable speed drives, modify controls, implement operating schedules
Hamilton   Energy Conservation Project                                                                                        McCarthy   JoEllen
                                                                             on 6 air handlers
                                                           Install variable speed drives on cooling tower fans
                                                        Trim chilled water pump & tower water pump impellers
                                          Reduce minimum outside air volumes, improve economizer operations for 3 air
                                                                                 handlers
                                               Schedule glycol heating water systems to match occupancy & weather
                                                                      Schedule surgery glycol chiller
                                                         Install variable speed drives on heating water pumps
                                                              Sequence operation boiler feedwater pumps

                                            Ohio Northern University (“ONU”) is seeking funding to implement a 59 KW
                                           solar energy project on the roof of is engineering building. The project will be
                                              part of an overall advanced energy curriculum being developed by the
 Hardin            ONU Solar                  University. Hull & Associates, an Ohio based engineering and project              Giles    Steven
                                          development company, will provide ONU with a turn-key service to manage all
                                             design, engineering, procurement and construction services necessary to
                                                                  construct the ONU Solar Project.
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                       This project will enable HIghland County to reduce recidivism by 50% over five
                                                      years and better serve its reentering offenders by:
                                         1. Creating a fully staffed “Office of Reentry Services” to function under the
                                                      supervision of the Highland County Probation Dept.;
                                           2. Expanding the current Turning Point Certified Ex-Offender Reentry
                                       Program to serve an additional 60 offenders over 20 months. These offenders
                                           will receive paid employment training (possibly leading to unsubsidized
                                       transitional employment), GED classes, life skills and soft skills training, SAMI
               Highland County
                                       services if needed, and individual case management services to those eligible
Highland    Comprehensive Re-Entry                                                                                           Ratcliff   Jeremy
                                                             (must be both SAMI and ex-offender);
                  Initiative
                                       3. Obtaining 50% match ($39,000) to the $39,000 ODOT Job Access/Reverse
                                       Commute grant to provide a transportation “loop” twice daily through Highland
                                       County to transport ex-offender participants to TP for employment training and
                                                                       supportive services;
                                       4. Conducting a county wide education and outreach campaign to engage the
                                          public and other stakeholders in supporting the re-entry taskforce and its
                                                                            initiatives.

                                       Goodwill is a non-profit organization that works to improve the quality of life and
                                         employment opportunities for people. We are requesting funding to install
                                        HVAC controls in this facility and covert T12 lighting to T8(12,000 sq ft). The
Jefferson         Wintersville         10% savings would enable Goodwill Industries. In 2009, Goodwill alone served           Rohn      Marisa
                                       more than 14,000 individuals through our programs and services. This facility is
                                        used to provide work experience for our program participants and served 48
                                                                          participants.
                                               This endeavor is an energy efficiency project that entails the following
                                       interventions: comprehensive energy audit of the campus, retrofit of the exterior
  Lake      Energy Efficency Project      lighting and interior exit signage, replacement of obsolete windows, entrance      Guban      Philip
                                         doors, and overhead garage doors with products that have a high r-value, and
                                            the installation of an automated energy efficient management system.
                                                                   Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                                InnoVentures Inc. will supply all of Ohio public high schools with The
                                               InnoVentures Educational Fuel Cell Kit to provide students the ability to
                                         assemble and test fuel cell stacks first hand. Our fuel cell kit will play an integral
                                            role in training the next generation of scientists, engineers, technicians, and
                                            business managers who will be the key players to implement the Hydrogen
                                                                          Economy of tomorrow.
          InnoVentures Educational Fuel
 Lake                                    It is critical to expose our youth to new technologies, teach them skills, and give      Berwald    Bill
                    Cell Kit
                                             them the knowledge that will give them the necessary tools to become an
                                        integral part of our future workforce. With the aid of the State of Ohio and its key
                                           representatives, InnoVentures Inc. will implement a program that will place 5
                                         educational kits in every public high school. This would put Ohio at the forefront
                                         of educating its students in a growing industry that will create tens of thousands
                                                             of jobs over the next two decades and beyond.

                                           The Truth Transportation and Transformation House provides a safe home,
                                           programming, and tools for building self-reliance for adult male ex-offenders
                                            returning to Licking County, while maintaining safety and well-being of the
                                             community. An innovative approach offers holistic healing and supportive
                                            services for all aspects of life. A Life Coach mentors using evidence based
                                          curriculum and cognitive behavioral therapy. Residents are required to work a
                                          faith based recovery manual that is designed to improve one’s outlook on life
            Truth Transportation and          and also assesses progress. The project team works closely with Adult
Licking                                                                                                                            Smith    Vernon
            Transformation Program        Probation as well as local service organizations and churches to ensure legal
                                          accordance as the resident becomes acclimated in society. Kelly Miller, Chief
                                           Probation Officer, states in his letter of recommendation that “This program
                                              would provide transitional services in Licking County to offenders from
                                           institutions and jails and fill a housing and transportation void while offering
                                         effective support focusing on changing offender’s behaviors. It is my belief that
                                         the program would aid in reducing recidivism as well as in the restoration of the
                                                              offender to a productive and sober citizen."
                                           To form a county Reentry Task Force for Licking County. This program will
Licking        Reentry Task Force             establish a Task Force and set up a Five Year Strategic Plan to reduce              brown      tom
                                                             recidivism in Licking County by Fifty percent.
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                       Update the City of Bellefontaine Police Department's investigative systems and
         Joint City of Bellefontaine    recordkeeping process to support detective division. Also to add staff to the
Logan                                                                                                                       Mustard      James
          Police Department/Loga       Logan County Prosecutors Office with a focus on drug enforcement in the court
                                                                  system of Logan County.
                                       Replacement of approximately 1,800 linear feet of existing deteriorated water
                                       main with severe mineral deposits and which experiences frequent breaks with
                                       a new eight-inch water main to provide adequate water pressure to residents.
          Cook Road Water Main          This project was discussed by the City Engineer with the Ohio Department of
Lorain                                                                                                                      Griffith      Larry
              Replacement              Development on 1-4-2010, and the Dept. of Development stated that the City
                                         should submit this project request today. The Federal Stimulus Program
                                        requested is Infrastructure, and the program that best fits this project is the
                                                           Drinking Water State Revolving Fund.
                                       New purchase of Energy Star Appliance Washer for Rebate Program. Outcome
Lorain        Laundry Room                                                                                                  dunigan    christopher
                                                        to be $150.00 rebate from Govt program.
                                            Oberlin College requests EECBG support to strengthen Ohio’s economy,
                                          reduce the use of coal and natural gas, and lower carbon emissions through
                                       energy retrofits in campus dormitories. With funding, Oberlin will improve energy
                                       efficiency in dorms through replacement of windows and steam traps as well as
                                          the installation of thermostats in individual dorm rooms and steam meters in
                                           each building. Given that a significant percentage of energy consumption is
                                             discretionary, the project will also include an educational and research
         Oberlin College Dormitory         component to study the most effective ways to motivate college students to
Lorain                                                                                                                      Morse        Susan
          Retrofit and Monitoring        reduce energy use. The educational component builds on Oberlin’s significant
                                          campus resource monitoring system, which provides real-time feedback that
                                        empowers students to conserve environmental resources. Prior peer-reviewed
                                        research at Oberlin and elsewhere demonstrates that real-time, socio-technical
                                         feedback on resource use can reduce both electricity and water use. Through
                                         the project Oberlin will expand this research to include heat in order to assess
                                       the impact that giving students control over and socially comparative data about
                                                         their energy consumption has on their energy use.
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                          Lourdes College will replace approximately (120) 15-year old, window air
                                         conditioning units with more efficient unit ventilators utilizing central chilled
                                          water. In addition, more than 4,340 square feet of single pane, aluminum
                                        wood, and steel frame windows (U-Value 2.2), are to be replaced with energy
                                        saving, low-E, double-paned and insulated fiberglass windows (U-Value 0.3).
                                        The windows have an air infiltration rating of 0.01 SCFM/ square foot. These
                                       changes are anticipated to save more than 343 MMBTU of electricity and more
           Lourdes College Energy
Lucas                                                    than 1,560 MMBTU of natural gas annually.                               Killian      Michael
             Efficiency Retrofit
                                        Replace (74) 175W Mercury Vapor fixtures with compact fluorescent fixtures.
                                                  This project will save 144 MMBTU of electricity annually.

                                        Replace (2) 25HP 88.5% efficient pump motors with 93% efficient motors. This
                                                     project will save 15 MMBTU per year in electricity.


                                       Owens Community College’s Workforce and Community Services will create an
                                            Energy Efficiency Center that will provide consulting services for area
         Owens Community College
Lucas                                   businesses to help reduce their energy usage. Owens will host conservation              Bankey        Michael
          Energy Efficiency Center
                                       strategy workshops, conduct energy audits and provide on the job experiences
                                           for students as they prepare to enter the alternative energy job market.

                                          University Hall is a landmark building on the UT Campus, but is not energy
                                         efficient due to age & construction. Under HB 251, universities must reduce
                                       energy consumption. UT plans to update University Hall by (1) replacing older,
                                       single-pane windows; (2) replacing inefficient lighting & ceiling tiles in corridors;
Lucas   University Hall Energy Project                                                                                          Lehnert    Charles (Chuck)
                                          & (3) weatherproofing & insulating a 6th room (top story) which is allowing
                                       significant heat loss. Improvements will reduce energy costs for UT & will result
                                         in a "greener" University Hall. Twenty jobs created through project design &
                                                              construction. Total Costs: $1,000,000.
                                          The projects goal is to transition ex-offenders from prison, back into the
Lucas        Flipping the Game                                                                                                  Rogers       Nathaniel
                                                                           workforce.
                                         Providing vocational rehabilitation training and services for the Ex-offender
Lucas            Fawn Crest                                                                                                    Turnbough        Rosa
                                                                           population.
                                                                       Submitted Requests - Not Approved


           Rehabilitative Services increase
 Lucas                                                   To provide innovative rehabilitation services per the RFP.                 Zeigler    Michael
                independence in p

                                               This project will upgrade the entire landscaping and security lights across the
                                                 campus and parking lots in an effort to provide better light. The light will
                                                  enhance the campus's aesthetic feel while reducing operating costs by
Mahoning        YSU LED Conversion                                                                                                 Morrone      Ralph
                                                approximately $100,000 per year. In addition, the new fixtures will reduce
                                              maintenance and upkeep costs as the LED's burn time is substantially great that
                                               the current High Pressure Sodium and Metal Halide fixtures across campus.
                                                    Development of new countywide re-entry task force utilizing various law
                                                    enforcement agencies, government entities, drug and alcohol addiction
                                                treatment programs, faith-based community organizations and mentors. The
                                                      goal of this newly created task force is to utilize existing positions in
                                                 aforementioned agencies, as well as create at least 4 new jobs necessary to
                                               develop and maintain a successful task force. The task force will be dedicated
                                              to determining and responding to the needs of offenders being reintegrated into
             Mahoning County Re-Entry             the community after their release from incarceration from state correctional
Mahoning                                                                                                                           Modarelli   Anissa
                   Task Force                      facilities, county jail and other secure facilites. The project will focus on
                                                 assisting offenders with everyday skills and needs as well as providing wrap
                                              around support systems thereby allowing them to effectively become productive
                                              members of society. While providing assistance to offenders, the task force will
                                                 also focus on displaying visibility of law enforcement and educating released
                                                   offenders about consequences. In turn, the task force expects to reduce
                                                    recidivism substantially. The extended goal of said reduction is a 50%
                                                                   decrease thereby enhancing public safety.
                                                                  Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                       Ladders of Opportunities, Inc. plans to empower homeless youth and adults to
                                      begin a successful transition into independent living. Ladders of Opportunities,
                                         Inc. offers a one year transitional independent living program for homeless
                                         individuals who are emancipated adults or 18-50 years of age. We offer a
                                       supportive environment that enables participants to excel and achieve goals by
                                      focusing on: Education, Job Readiness, Life Skills, Leadership, and Enrichment
                                          Services. In addition to independent living, Operation Care Homes offers
                                                          assisted placement and follow-up services.


                                                        Initial Launch and Expansion Goals of the Program

                                      v Ladders of Opportunities Homes, has launched a pilot independent living
           LADDERS OF OPPORTUNITIES
Mahoning                             facility in Youngstown, OH. At present, the facility houses homeless women               LAWRENCE   ALICIA
                    HOMES           who have recently exited various care systems or find themselves in a homeless
                                                                       situation.

                                       v       Future plans are to open an additional home, offering identical services for
                                                            homeless men with similar circumstances.

                                          v Five-year plans call for construction of a residential campus to house
                                        additional participants during the fifth year with the ability to expand up to 35
                                                                    participants thereafter.

                                          v By year eight, the goal will be to duplicate a residential campus into
                                       Trumbull County as well, offering identical services for homeless participants.

                                           v    Ten-year plans will be to expand these types of facilities throughout the
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                         The Mid-Ohio Reentry Coalition (MORC) sought to address the most critical
                                         needs faced by ex-offenders as they crafted their Five Year Strategic Plan.
                                      Those needs were: employment, treatment, housing and family support. MORC
                                        will implement a community model to develop and support a comprehensive
                                         network of services for ex-offenders and their families. The purpose of the
                                           project is to assure that ex-offenders be connected to necessary support
         Mid-Ohio Reentry Coalition      systems within the community while investing in the human social capital of
Marion                                                                                                                    Demo-Hodgins   Jody
               ARRA Grant               individuals. The grant will provide direct treatment services, assessment and
                                         case management that starts prior to release, support for a juvenile reentry
                                          court, services and supports for an adult mental health and drug court and
                                       employment readiness and training for returning offenders. We seek to create
                                       or retain up to 8 positions with grant funds. The strategic plan created follows
                                           the model set fort by the State of Ohio Reentry Coalition. We plan to use
                                                  evidence based models such as WRAP when ever possible.
                                                   Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                            Medina County Sheltered Industries, Inc. (Windfall Industries) and Medina
                             Creative Accessibility, both non-profits devoted to teaching life skills and
                          providing vocational opportunities to individuals with disabilities, are partnering
                                        to establish and operate a greenhouse business.

                             The project will consist of acquiring a large greenhouse kit and staffing the
                             greenhouse with managers who have brain injuries and workers with brain
                          injuries and other developmental disabilities. The sponsors have identified and
                              will hire a brain injured master gardener to run the horticultural part of the
                           business and others with brain injuries to handle the administrative functions.
                                                                                                                De-Pasquale-
Medina   MCA Greenhouse                                                                                                        Dianne
                            The project will enable approximately 15 to 20 people with brain injuries and         Hagerty
                             other developmental disabilities to get training and permanent jobs in the
                                greenhouse. Skills will include gardening and business operation.

                          The sponsors have identified local restaurateurs who have committed to buying
                             vegetables and herbs grown in the greenhouse. Additional marketing of
                          produce will enable the greenhouse to become self sustaining. Grant funds are
                                                needed only for start-up expenses.
                                                             Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                   The Medina Ohio processing site (MTS) will accept and dispose of 330,000 tons
                                      of mixed household wastes per year, converting the waste to diesel fuel. The
                                   project will have a contract with the City of Medina for 20 years and the City will
                                   participate as a Public Private Partnership. This project will employ in the range
                                       of 150 employees at completion. On the front end, the pre-processing, pre-
                                      shredding, and fine shredding equipment will have an input capacity of 2,000
                                     tons/day. Recyclable material will be removed prior to processing. The capital
         Medina County Renewable            expense for setting up this Pre-processing section is estimated at
Medina                                                                                                                       Bethany   Dentler
                 Energy              $10,400,000.00. To convert waste to diesel fuel, the plant will use 20 units of
                                    the K2 core equipment, capable of digesting about 330,000 tons/year of mixed
                                   waste materials, to produce a median output of 26,400,000 gallons of diesel fuel
                                   per year. The diesel output will be passed through a Desulfurization Plant and a
                                       Diesel Polishing Process, which will remove sulfur, excess water and other
                                     particulate matter. The total projected cost of the state of the art facility will be
                                         approximately $350,000,000. The facility will operate 24 hours a day, 7
                                                              days/week for 330 days/year.
                                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                      Edison Community College is requesting an Energy Efficiency and Conservation
                                        Block Grant to implement the Phase IV of its energy conservations strategy.
                                                                      Those phases are:
                                       Phase I: Implement energy conservation measures via an energy performance
                                                                           contract.
                                         Phase II: Construct newest addition using energy-efficient design principles,
                                                               and achieve LEEDS certification.
                                          Phase III: Implement energy savings behavioral and building management
                                                                           changes.
                                          Phase IV: Retrofit and retrocommision older parts of the campus's HVAC
                                                                            system.
                                        Phase V: Install solar panel system to generate part of the College's electrical
                                                                             needs.
Miami   Energy Efficiency Retrofits                                                                                         Schoonover   Elizabeth
                                       Phase VI: Tie all of the College's chillers into one integrated system that can be
                                                  load balanced, and to do the same for heating equipment.

                                              In Phase I, Edison completed an energy performance project that:
                                                 A.) Upgraded all fluorescent light fixtures from T8's to T12's.
                                                  B.) Installed variable frequency drives on air handling units.
                                                        C.) Installed electric sub metering in all buildings.
                                                 D.) Replaced the pneumatic controls on all air handler units.
                                                        E.) Installed a building automation system (BAS).
                                         F.) Installed variable air volume (VAV) boxes with direct digitally controlled
                                                                VAVs in a building without VAVs.
                                        That work was begun approximately five years ago, and completed in 2006.

                                        In Phase III, Reentry Taskforce in to reduce the consumption of electricity by
                                      To establish athe College attempted Darke, Miami and Shelby Counties in Ohio,
                                      in collaboration with as many as 24 government and non-profit service agencies
         Darke, Miami and Shelby
Miami                                      in the communities. This project will conduct a Needs Assessment in the           Graham        John
        Counties Reentry Taskforce
                                         community, Construct a website for local reentry services, creat 6 jobs, and
                                                               reduce local recidivism by 50%.
                                                                    Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                          The University of Dayton seeks EECBG funding to support three large project-
                                        ready projects, to include multiple lighting retrofit projects with realizable energy
                                         savings of 165,000 kW-hr/year at a project cost of $500,000. As well, the lower
                                            simple payback realized from the lighting projects will be relied upon to help
                                        support a longer payback project; namely a high R-value poly-iso roofing system
                                           to a 65,000 square foot existing building. The total costing for this projects is
                                           projected to be $450,000. The total annual energy savings is estimated to be
                  Energy Reduction,
                                              minimally $20,000. In the process, we estimate 25 jobs will be created. A
Montgomery   Improvement, and Education                                                                                          Hallinan   Kevin
                                          majority of the funds for these jobs go directly to Ohio labor. The multiplicative
                        at th
                                          impact of these jobs is estimated to be roughly 2 times. A vast majority of this
                                         funding is expected to stay within Ohio. This project will also connect to energy
                                               education efforts at the University of Dayton. The University of Dayton
                                        Department of Energy sponsored Industrial Assessment Center, which engages
                                          students in energy reduction projects for mid-sized manufacturers in Ohio, will
                                        be tasked with conducting a whole campus energy assessment of the University
                                                                             of Dayton.

                                                 affixes to contemporary furnaces and uses heat normally lost through the
                                             cabinet walls and plenum to extend the heat output during the 4th stage of the
                                           furnace cycle to extend the time between cycles.Initial testing eliminated almost
                                           two cycles per hour. On an enegy efficient dwelling the furnace cycles 4-5 times
                                                     an hour. This device affixes to upflow,downflow, or horizontal units.
                                           Contemporary furnaces are designed to help prevent :sick house syndrome but
             furnace economizer that saves in fact help to cool down the dwelling by 1-2 degrees by the time furnace shuts
Montgomery                                                                                                                        Evans     Dann
                       over 30%             down, this corrects that defect, and actually overshoots and raises the ambient
                                             temp. to 3-4 degrees over themostat cutoff setting. So thermostat needs to be
                                            lowered to compensate for this rise in temp. saving the end user as well. Once
                                             all field testing has been completed I feel that I can increase energy efficiency
                                           even higher. To perhaps 40%-45% An initial patent search along with disclosure
                                            filing with ths uspto has been completed and I am ready to take this to the next
                                                                                   phase.
                                                                   Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                         A Welcome One-Stop Reentry Center (WORC) will provide services for those
                                           who are re-entering society. Funding will create up to 275 jobs, and support
                                            service organizations that provide services to ex-offenders. The Office of
                                        Reentry and WORC will employ three individuals. WORC will coordinate reentry
                                        efforts and develop programming, provide outreach to those in the Ohio Prison
                                            System, assist individuals with their Reentry Plan and provide intake and
                                        referrals to those seeking services. A mentoring system for ex-offenders will be
             Montgomery County Reentry established; a Transitional Jobs Incubator will be created; case management will
Montgomery                                                                                                                     Theobald   John
                       Project           coordinate their efforts, review assessment information, and provide access to
                                          services; employment services will be provided through job development and
                                         skill building at the “Specialized Employment Center;” mental health services
                                            and treatment will be offered; an Outreach Program will be developed for
                                           incarcerated offenders and a Resource Guide created to prepare them for
                                          release; and a comprehensive data collection system will be created that will
                                          permit tracking all levels of recidivism and provide comprehensive aggregate
                                                                      data to the reentry program.
                                           Funds will be used to design and construct a geothermal heating & cooling
                                        system for this state park lodge, which currently uses inefficient electric boilers
                                             that result in signficant energy usage/cost duing the heating season. A
                                              feasibility study of this project was completed in early 2009 and it was
              Burr Oak State Park Lodge
  Morgan                                 determined that savings could be as much as $88,000 per year with a 10 year            Mohr      David
              Geothermal Conversion Pr
                                        payback period. ODNR has some limited capital improvement dollars available
                                             to provide an approximately 25% cost share if the work is funded to the
                                        requested level. Design work could begin quickly and the project completed by
                                                                            the end of 2011.
                                           These funds will be used to establish a local reentry taskforce and develop a
               Morgan-Noble Counties        five year strategic plan aimed at reducing recidivism in Morgan and Noble
  Morgan                                                                                                                        Rauch     Dawn
                  Reentry Project         Counties. The local taskforce will work to identify strategies and goals to enable
                                                     ex-offenders to successfully reintegrate back into society.
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                       Energy efficiency and renewable energy strategy and implementation, including
                                         installation or retrofits of energy saving performance contracting for existing
                                          buildings on the Zane State College/Ohio University Zanesville co-located
                                          campus or at satellite centers. Activities may include installation of energy
              Energy Efficiency and
Muskingum                               efficient lighting, ENERGY STAR appliances with improved efficiency, energy          Brown    Albert
              Conservation Project
                                           efficient windows and doors, renewable energy technologies, and energy
                                       efficient alterations to existing buildings. Outcomes will include job creation and
                                         energy savings based on installation of energy efficient equipment in two or
                                                         more buildings with significant educational uses.

                                        The proposed project will assist incarcerated juveniles in making a successful
                                         transition upon returning to their home community. The project will provide
                                             reentry counseling, parental training, enhanced offender supervision,
                                        employment preparation and educational assistance. Case management will
                                         help client in seeking appropriate help and will assist clients in making and
            Muskingum County Reentry
Muskingum                                   keeping scheduled appointments. Reentry counseling includes group,               Carder   Angela
                    Initiative
                                                             individual, and home based services.

                                        This is a multiple agency project which includes but not limited to, education,
                                        children services, juvenile court, families and children first, law enforcement,
                                                             mental health, and substance abuse.
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                        Stone Laboratory, created in 1895 and located on Gibraltar Island in the harbor
                                          at Put-in-Bay on the north coast campus of The Ohio State University. The
                                         Laboratory offers college courses, conducts research year-round, supports a
                                           junior and senior high field trip, workshop, and conference program with
                                                                approximately 7,000 participants.

                                          Strategy: To use a combination of wind and solar power production and solar
                                        water heating to develop a total green energy solution for Stone Laboratory and
                                        greatly reduce the Laboratory’s carbon footprint. The program will be conducted
                                                                         in two phases.
         Stone Lab / Gibraltar Island
Ottawa                                                                                                                     DeWees   Michael
           Renewable Energy Init
                                            Phase I. PV panels, capable of producing approximately 12 KW, will be
                                           installed on Stone Laboratory and Harborview Dormitory, and solar water
                                           heaters will be installed on each of the six buildings on Gibraltar Island in
                                                            partnership with several manufacturers.

                                           Phase II. Wind power alternatives will be installed and evaluated through
                                            collaborative projects being developed with state and federal agencies

                                          The Laboratory will generate all of its power from green energy sources and
                                            sell some back to the grid for a savings of approximately $75,000/year.
                                                         Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                   Family & Community Services is proposing the creation of a multi-agency
                                  Portage County Reentry Coalition (PCRC) comprised of representatives from
                                   juvenile and adult mental health treatment, substance use treatment, faith
                                  based, and court programs. An initial meeting indicates solid support for this
                                                                    initiative.

                                   No coalition currently exists in Portage County. Tthe newly formed PCRC will
                                  focus on completing a needs assessment to determine the current barriers to
                                     successful reentry for juveniles and adults who are transitioning out of
                                                                     incarceration.
          Portage County Reenty
Portage                            The PCRC is proposing the enhancement of existing reentry programming           Deep   Tracy
                Coolition           within the county by the expansion of services focused on assisting with
                                                      transition from jail to the community.

                                   The PCRC is proposing the support of the #12 Recovery House (a ¾ house)
                                  for the housing of those convicted of non-violent drug offenses by funding the
                                                             live-in support position.

                                  The PCRC expects positive outcomes including the completion of a thorough
                                    needs assessment, the identification of existing barriers, the creation of a
                                   county wide coalition, and the support and enhancement of those currently
                                                            existing reentry programs.
                                                                    Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                                                  Note: Update of original submission

                                              North Central State College (NCSC) will invest grant funds in three projects at
                                            its satelitte campus in Shelby. the 175,000 square foot facility houses the NCSC
                                                 engineering, computer and manufacturing technology degrees as well as
                                                                     secondary vocational programs.

                                              1. An audit performed by Siemens Technology showed aging HVAC controls
                                             that need to be updated. We propose full automation of the building including
                                               full HVAC control and a new carbon dioxide control system with estimated
           Kehoe Center Energy Efficiency
Richland                                                        savings of $27,000 to $34,000 per year.                         Schaad    Dean
               and Conservation Pr
                                             2. We shall install a 5kW wind turbine adjacent to the building. At 13.4 - 14.5
                                              mph wind speed this turbine will produce 4,817 - 6,124 kW/year. It shall be
                                            constructed from locally-made components. NC State will involve its students in
                                            the design, erection and ongoing metering of the turbine. Also, the lattice tower
                                                will serve as a climber training facility for a 112-tower nearby wind farm
                                                                    proposed to break ground in 2010.

                                         3. We shall install a 5 KW solar array at the site that will produce approximately
                                         5,700 kW hours per year. Both the array and turbine will be wired to an electric
                                                                 car charging station in the building
                                         To institute a structured reentry program focusing on offenders returning to the
                                        community after incarceration. To reduce recidivism among targeted population
           Ross County Offender Reentry
 Ross                                       by 50%. 50% of target population to receive education programming and               Hollis   Thomas
                     Program
                                        improve achievement level. 75% to receive vocational counseling and deveop a
                                                                            reentry plan.
                                                                   Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                          Sandusky County Reentry Task Force seeks to expand our current services to
                                         offenders by hiring a full time case manager to assist offenders during transition
                                            and implement a standardized case management software package to track
                                               progress of offenders. We would also like to hire a Offender workforce
                                           development specialist to assist offenders in their search for employment and
            Sandusky County Reentry          training. Sandusky County is looking to expand our mentoring program to
Sandusky                                                                                                                         Seaman    Jim
                   Program                implement a Stevens Minister program by hiring a part time coordinator for the
                                            mentoring program. The last item is to hire a part time counselor to address
                                           substance abuse and mental health issues of offenders both pre release and
                                         post release. Our last request will be to puchase some computer equipment and
                                             software to better serve the offenders while still incarcerated with resume
                                                           writing, job searches and web based training.


                                            Terra Community College (TCC), Fremont, Ohio is one of the smaller Ohio
                                         community colleges. TCC will undertake following activities: (1) Replacement of
                                          aged electrical distribution line to campus. Existing,original line built in 1974 is
                                            only power distribution line serving campus. Failure would shut down entire
                                             campus, halting education & over 330 jobs temporarily lost, plus potential
                                              damage to water & sewer, buidings & equipment from breaks & outages.
             Retrofitting Distribution    Outcome: 2000 LF distribution line. (2) Replacement lighting-main parking lot:
Sandusky                                                                                                                         Konecny   Lise
             System, Parking Lot Ligh    existing inefficient lighting is 1976-era. Outcome: 22 poles, 20 lights, 51 pathway
                                             lights, 38 bollards replaced. Energy savings & enhanced safety for staff &
                                           students (3) Energy Conservation Master Plan: development of campus-wide
                                            energy efficiency & conservation plan. Outcome: campus-wide energy plan.
                                          Overall project totals: 6 new construction jobs, 6 retained jobs & 1 new campus
                                           job. Benefit: educational process uninterrupted for over 6000 students & 330
                                                       staff; significant cost savings to TCC; "greener" campus.

           Gatway Underground Storage     This will replace several underground storage tanks under our facility. These
 Stark                                                                                                                           Conrad    Kirt
               Tank Replacement                             tanks are aging and could pose a problem.
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                         Coleman Professional Services is proposing a unique combination of services
                                            for Ex-Offenders that will highlight an integration of forensic expertise in
                                          behavioral health with employment services in Portage, Stark and Trumbull
                                            County located in Northeast Ohio. The unique features of this proposed
                                       program would include the identification of a specific network of criminal justice
                                      and treatment services that will collaborate to provide a comprehensive menu of
                                            services to encourage employment outcomes. The proposed Vocational
                                                                       Services will include:
        Vocational Rehabilition and
Stark                                                                  Vocational Evaluation                                   Lang    Mary
          Behavioral Health Serv
                                                                     Job Readiness Training
                                                   Job Development and Training & OJT’s to incent employers.
                                               One focus on this program will be on forensic expertise and vocational
                                         rehabilitation. If a consumer is determined to be eligible for behavioral health
                                        intervention then the psychological treatment will run parallel to the vocational
                                          services. Ex-offenders who are eligible for mental health services will have
                                      psychological evaluations and access to the forensic expertise within Coleman’s
                                                                  behavioral health organization.
                                         Goodwill of Greater Cleveland and East Central Ohio would like to expand its
                                         Community Corrections program for ex-offenders. The program would like to
                                        target individuals who return to Stark County from prison, who return home on
                                       Post Release Control. Gaining employment will be the main focus, and this will
                                                                   be accomplished two ways:
                                          First offenders that are selected will be asked to take part in a two week job
                                      readiness class. The Classroom will focus on the skills and abilities to gain and
                                        maintain employment. The classroom will be used to asses the offender’s job
         Community Corrections
Stark                                  search skills, knowledge of local job market, interview skills, job retention skills,   Brown   Dougla
              Goodwill
                                                                                etc.
                                               Upon graduation of the program the offender will be placed into job
                                             development where the offender will have the advantage of offering an
                                      employer 6 weeks of a job tryout. Goodwill will pay the first 6 weeks of salary of
                                             the offender, as an incentive for that employer to hire. Goodwill will be
                                      instrumental in setting up the job try and monitoring the employer and employee
                                           to give both the best opportunity for success. The job try would consist of
                                                    paying 6 weeks at minimum wage for up to 30 hrs a week.
                                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                      Goodwill is a non-profit organization that works to improve the quality of life and
                                         employment opportunities for people. We are requesting funding to install
                                        HVAC controls in this facility (14,000 sq ft). The 10% savings would enable
Stark           West Tusc                                                                                                   Rohn   Marisa
                                            Goodwill Industries. In 2009, Goodwill alone served more than 14,000
                                       individuals through our programs and services. This facility is used to provide
                                                          work experience for our program participants.
                                      Goodwill is a non-profit organization that works to improve the quality of life and
                                      employment opportunities for people. We are requesting funding to convert the
                                      T12 lighting we have to T8 and add HVAC controls in this facility (20,000 sq ft).
Stark           Route 62                The 10% savings would enable Goodwill Industries. In 2009, Goodwill alone           Rohn   Marisa
                                       served more than 14,000 individuals through our programs and services. This
                                      facility is used to provide work experience for our program participants and high
                                                                        school students.

                                      Goodwill is a non-profit organization that works to improve the quality of life and
                                      employment opportunities for people. As a large non-profit, we have converted
                                      our Corporate Headquarters into a Community Campus of Non-Profits (currently
                                       15) that co-locate and collaborate. In doing so, it is our goal to save on energy
                                       costs for every non-profit in the facility, including Goodwill. We are requesting
                                         funding to finish converting the T12 lighting we have throughout the 90,000
Stark   Corporate Office - Lighting   square foot facility to T8 lighting (about 15,000 sq ft). We have already invested    Rohn   Marisa
                                          over $1.2M to upgrade this facility in the past yr. The 10% savings would
                                        enable Goodwill Industries and all of our non-profit Campus Partners to serve
                                         more individuals due to budgetary savings. In 2009, Goodwill alone served
                                       more than 14,000 individuals through our programs and services, and with the
                                       addition of the persons served by Campus Partners, we estimate that persons
                                          served in 2009 exceeded 25,000 for the whole of the non-profit Campus.

                                      Goodwill is a non-profit organization that works to improve the quality of life and
                                         employment opportunities for people. We are requesting funding to install
                                         HVAC controls in this facility (6,800sq ft). The 10% savings would enable
Stark         North Canton                                                                                                  Rohn   Marisa
                                           Goodwill Industries. In 2009, Goodwill alone served more than 14,000
                                       individuals through our programs and services. This facility is used to provide
                                                        work experience for our program participants.
                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                       Goodwill is a non-profit organization that works to improve the quality of life and
                          employment opportunities for people. We are requesting funding to install
                          HVAC controls in this facility (9,000 sq ft). The 10% savings would enable
Stark     Harville                                                                                           Rohn   Marisa
                            Goodwill Industries. In 2009, Goodwill alone served more than 14,000
                        individuals through our programs and services. This facility is used to provide
                                         work experience for our program participants.
                       Goodwill is a non-profit organization that works to improve the quality of life and
                         employment opportunities for people. We are requesting funding to install
                       HVAC controls in this facility and convert T12 lighting to T8's(14,000 sq ft). The
Stark   Canal Fulton                                                                                         Rohn   Marisa
                       10% savings would enable Goodwill Industries. In 2009, Goodwill alone served
                       more than 14,000 individuals through our programs and services. This facility is
                                used to provide work experience for our program participants.
                       Goodwill is a non-profit organization that works to improve the quality of life and
                          employment opportunities for people. We are requesting funding to install
                         HVAC controls in this facility (14,000 sq ft). The 10% savings would enable
Stark    West Tusc                                                                                           Rohn   Marisa
                            Goodwill Industries. In 2009, Goodwill alone served more than 14,000
                        individuals through our programs and services. This facility is used to provide
                                         work experience for our program participants.
                       Goodwill is a non-profit organization that works to improve the quality of life and
                       employment opportunities for people. We are requesting funding to add HVAC
                        controls to this facility. The 10% savings would enable Goodwill Industries to
Stark    Massillon                                                                                           Rohn   Marisa
                         serve more individuals due to budgetary savings. In 2009, Goodwill alone
                       served more than 14,000 individuals through our programs and services. This
                           facility is used to provide work experience for our program participants.

                       Goodwill is a non-profit organization that works to improve the quality of life and
                        employment opportunities for people. We are requesting funding to convert
                         install HVAC controls throughout the 15,000 square foot facility. The 10%
Stark     Alliance       savings would enable Goodwill to serve more individuals due to budgetary            Rohn   Marisa
                       savings. In 2009, Goodwill alone served more than 14,000 individuals through
                         our programs and services. This facility provides work experience for high
                                    school students as well as other program participants.
                                                           Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                  Goodwill is a non-profit organization that works to improve the quality of life and
                                  employment opportunities for people. As a large non-profit, we have converted
                                  our Corporate Headquarters into a Community Campus of Non-Profits (currently
                                   15) that co-locate and collaborate. In doing so, it is our goal to save on energy
                                   costs for every non-profit in the facility, including Goodwill. We are requesting
        Corporate Office - HVAC      funding to convert the HVAC controls upgrade throughout the 90,000 square
Stark                                                                                                                    Rohn   Marisa
               controls             foot facility. The 10% savings would enable Goodwill Industries and all of our
                                  non-profit Campus Partners to serve more individuals due to budgetary savings.
                                       In 2009, Goodwill alone served more than 14,000 individuals through our
                                  programs and services, and with the addition of the persons served by Campus
                                      Partners, we estimate that persons served in 2009 exceeded 25,000 for the
                                                            whole of the non-profit Campus.

                                   Goodwill is a non-profit organization that works to improve the quality of life and
                                   employment opportunities for people. As a large non-profit, we have converted
                                  our Corporate Headquarters into a Community Campus of Non-Profits (currently
                                   15) that co-locate and collaborate. In doing so, it is our goal to save on energy
                                   costs for every non-profit in the facility, including Goodwill. We are requesting
Stark      Corporate Office                                                                                              Rohn   Marisa
                                    funding to upgrade the rest of our HVAC units (14 units) which are 20+ years
                                      old. We have already invested $22,000 to replace two units already. An
                                   estimated savings of 10% annually. Goodwill alone served over 14,000 people
                                  in 2009. The extra savings would enable all the Campus partners to serve more
                                                           people due to budgetary savings.
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                               Street light/Parking Lot/Parking Decks Retrofits with LED Lamps
                                         Name of Project: Street light/Parking Lot/Parking Decks Retrofits with LED
                                                                              Lamps
                                       Description: Retrofit Current Fixtures’ Lamps with LED Replacements of HPS
                                          or MH and rated life of 50,000 hours. Labor to install and retrofit Lamps
                                        scheduled at 60 minutes per fixture and at an hourly rate of $25. Savings on
                                      electricity between 50% to 75% and savings on maintenance over the life of the
                                                                       LED’s to be 400%.
         Parking Lots/Parking Decks
Summit                                  Total Lamps requested in this project of up to 3,000 LED Replacements at a      Curtis   Ted
             Light Replacement
                                       cost of $250 per lamp. Lamps replacing current 150wt lamps in increments of
                                                 500 at $125,000; 1000 at $250,000 up to 3,000 at $750,000.
                                        Total Installation Hours required for average fixture of 3000 hours @ $45 per
                                                                hour or approximately $135,000
                                                                Total project savings in electricity
                                         Total project cost of $147,500 for 500 units up to $885,000 for 3000 lamps
                                                                           retrofitted.
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                        Retrofit all Indoor Florescent 4ft, 2ft and 8ft Lamps; replacement of T12, T8 and
                                            T5 lamps with LED Fiberlite Replacements having minimum 50,000 hour.
                                            Disposal of Florescent in use or recycled with community. Project to have
                                        minimum savings of Electricity cost of 50% with null result from current Lighting
                                                                        fixtures and lamps.
                                                 Name of Project: LED Fiber Florescent Retrofit and Replacement
                                         Description: Retrofit Current Non-Dimmable Florescent Lamps with LED Non-
                                        Dimmable Fiberlite Replacements for Indoor Florescent 4ft, 2ft and 8ft Lamps;
                                        replacement of T12, T8 and T5 lamps and rated life of 50,000 hours. Labor to
         Retrofit Indoor Florescent 4ft
Summit                                   install and retrofit Lamps scheduled at 60 minutes per fixture and at an hourly     Curtis   Ted
                 and 8ft Lamps
                                            rate of $15. Savings on electricity between 50% to 75% and savings on
                                                        maintenance over the life of the LED’s to be 400%.
                                           Total Lamps requested in this project of 5,000 LED Non-Dimmable Fiberlite
                                          Replacements at a cost of $25 per lamp of $125,000 plus additional parts for
                                                                      1500 fixtures $75,000.
                                           Total Installation Hours required for average fixture of 4 lamps per fixture of
                                          1500 fixtures 1hour per fixture 1500 hours @ $15 per hour or approximately
                                                                               $25,000
                                                                   Total project savings in electri

                                            Retrofit All Indoor Spotlights in the University with LED 50,000 hour Lamps
                                          model Number Non-Dimmable. Replacement type for 65wt Par30 and Par38;
                                                                     75-100wt Par 30 and Par38.
                                                         Name of Project: LED Indoor Spotlight Replacement
                                            Description: Retrofit Current Non-Dimmable Spotlights of Par30 and Par38
                                            Lamps with LED Non-Dimmable Spotlights with 100, 120 or 150 Diodes per
                                          lamp with Wattage ranging between 4wts up to 12 wts and rated life of 50,000
Summit    Retrofit Indoor Sportllights   hours. Labor to install and retrofit Lamps scheduled at 30 minutes per lamp and     Curtis   Ted
                                             at an hourly rate of $15. Savings on electricity between 65% to 90% and
                                                   savings on maintenance over the life of the LED’s to be 400%.
                                            Total Lamps requested in this project of 2,000 LED Lamp replacements at a
                                                                   cost of $15 per lamp of $30,000
                                             Total Installation Hours required 1,000 hours @ $15 per hour or $15,000
                                                                  Total project savings in electricity
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                          Retrofit all Indoor Florescent 4ft, 2ft and 8ft Lamps; replacement of T12, T8 and
                                              T5 lamps with LED Fiberlite Replacements having minimum 50,000 hour.
                                              Disposal of Florescent in use or recycled with community. Project to have
                                          minimum savings of Electricity cost of 50% with null result from current Lighting
                                                                          fixtures and lamps.
                                                   Name of Project: LED Fiber Florescent Retrofit and Replacement
                                           Description: Retrofit Current Non-Dimmable Florescent Lamps with LED Non-
                                          Dimmable Fiberlite Replacements for Indoor Florescent 4ft, 2ft and 8ft Lamps;
                                          replacement of T12, T8 and T5 lamps and rated life of 50,000 hours. Labor to
         Retrofit Indoor Florescent 4 ft.
Summit                                     install and retrofit Lamps scheduled at 60 minutes per fixture and at an hourly     Curtis   Ted
                  and 8 ft lamps
                                              rate of $15. Savings on electricity between 50% to 75% and savings on
                                                          maintenance over the life of the LED’s to be 400%.
                                             Total Lamps requested in this project of 5,000 LED Non-Dimmable Fiberlite
                                            Replacements at a cost of $25 per lamp of $125,000 plus additional parts for
                                                                        1500 fixtures $75,000.
                                             Total Installation Hours required for average fixture of 4 lamps per fixture of
                                            1500 fixtures 1hour per fixture 1500 hours @ $15 per hour or approximately
                                                                                 $25,000
                                                                     Total project savings in electri
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                            Illumination Purchase Agreement for the Polsky’s Parking Deck with LED
                                        lighting Retrofit and may use one or all of the following; Wind, Solar, Hydrogen
                                                        Fuelcell, Storage and Extraction with Battery Power.
                                                Name of Project: Parking Deck LED Retrofit and Renewable Energy
                                          Description: to use new and innovative technology to provide alternate source
                                                             of electrical power for building illumination;
                                                                   Connection to the Electrical Grid
                                           “micro wind turbine” Energy based on the Bernoulli principle, wind turbines;
                                                                MidWest Advanced Power (provider)
                                                              concentrating Photovoltaic, photovoltaic
            Illumination Purchase                                  hydrogen generation generator
Summit                                                                                                                     Curtis   Ted
         Agreement for the Polskys Pa                                 hydrogen electric fuel cells
                                                                           Hydrogen Storage
                                                                                Battery
                                                 Total Power Communications Exchange; TPCE LTD. (provider)
                                                                 BPL Network; TPCE LTD. (provider)
                                                       Illumiation Local Area Network; TPCE LTD. (provider)
                                               The actual “energy savings” as defined in HR251 for the new Lighting
                                                    System is expected to be in the 75% and up to 90% range.
                                        Total IPA Cost with PhotoV, Wind, Fuel Cell, Battery, Lighting, Security, PBL is
                                                                        Projected at $1,350,000
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                          The County of Summit, Division of Public Safety and participating agencies
                                           anticipate creating six (6) new positions under a newly created County of
                                        Summit Office of Reentry. Additionally, two (2) positions will be retained under
                                                  the Summit County Court of Common Pleas Reentry Court.
                                         A Reentry Network was established in 2007. Members in the Network include
                                           governmental agencies and community partnerships. The Network has a
                                          Strategic Plan in place; however there is no current Point of Contact for ex-
                                                               felons returning to Summit County.
           County of Summit Office of     With the creation of an Office of Reentry we expect to assist ex-offenders in
Summit                                                                                                                         Pesci   Lori
                    Reentry              overcoming obstacles that prevent self-sufficiency, included but not limited to
                                           those related to collateral sanctions, identification, employment, housing,
                                                                 counseling, and legal services.
                                           The Collaboration between the Reentry Network and the Office of Reentry
                                        predicts recidivism to decrease by 50% over the next five (5) years. The JAG
                                        Grant will allow the County of Summit to reconstruct the current Strategic Plan
                                        by integrating best practices into the plan, increasing communication between
                                        agencies and responding to the needs of offenders reentering Summit County.


                                        Eastern Gateway Community College was formally authorized in July 2009 as a
                                          new community college district serving Trumbull, Mahoning, Columbiana, and
                                         Jefferson counties in Eastern Ohio. Efficient delivery of new college programs
                                          has been possible through the use of existing physical infrastructure. People
                                           can currently attend classes at six different locations including Forum Health
                                        Northside Medical facility, the Jefferson County Campus, and at the four Career
                                            and Technical Centers throughout the service district. Eastern Gateway is
           Eastern Gateway CC Energy     seeking $1Million in funding to improve the energy efficiency of a new, seventh
Trumbull                                                                                                                       Meeks   Laura
                Efficiency Retrofit     facility located in downtown Warren, Ohio. The request takes into consideration
                                             age of the existing infrastructure and builds upon the experience of other
                                        community colleges who have LEAD certified buildings on their campuses. This
                                         request for funds is in direct response to a recent public announcement by US
                                         Congressman Tim Ryan to help expand Eastern Gateway Community College.
                                          The proposed energy efficiency retrofit will stimulate local job creation and will
                                        ensure the presence of a community college to help retain and attract people to
                                                                          downtown Warren.
                                                                    Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                           The City of Warren is seeking funding for the purposes of retrofitting the existing
               Energy Efficiency of City   heating/cooling system in the police station/court house/council building. Scope
 Trumbull                                                                                                                        Holsopple   Melinda
                      Buildings             of work will include replacement of the pulley system that operates the chillers
                                                                              and vents.
                                           Our project involves the creation of a five year strategic plan for the purpose of
                                           establishing a network of coordianted services aimed at improving outcomes for
                                             offenders reentering Tuscarawas County from the local jail, state or federal
                                               prison. This will be accomplished via a contract between an Ohio-based
                                              consultant and the Community Corrections Planning Board of Tuscarawas
                Tuscarawas Community        County. Funding is being requested from the Ohio Office of Criminal Justice
Tuscarawas                                                                                                                       Schaffer     David
             Corrections Reentry Task Forc Services to complete a needs assessment and for implementation of a network
                                           of services whcih will improve recidivism rates for out target population. This is
                                                 a collaborative between the Corrections Planning Board, Community
                                             Corrections Office and the ADAMHS Board. A number of other community
                                               providers shall be engaged through the needs assessment and planning
                                                               process in order to improvie outcomes.

                                           Goodwill is a non-profit organization that works to improve the quality of life and
                                           employment opportunities for people. We are requesting funding to convert the
                                            T12 lighting to T8 lighting and add HVAC controls in this facility (22,000 sq ft).
Tuscarawas        New Philadelphia           The 10% savings would enable Goodwill Industries. In 2009, Goodwill alone             Rohn      Marisa
                                            served more than 14,000 individuals through our programs and services. This
                                           facility is used to provide work experience for our program participants with 801
                                                           of those individuals being served from this location.
                                                                  Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                               The project involves transforming a vacant roadside borrow pit into a
                                           watersports facility. An innovative overhead cable system will be installed that
                                             can pull waterskiiers/wakeboarders across the borrow pit lake. The cable
                                          system runs on an electric motor which can be powered with renewable energy.
                                            Biodiesel or a combination of biodiesel and solar can power the facility which
                                           may employ 4 new employees to begin with and expansion up to 8 within the
             Marysville Watersports
 Union                                                                first 3 years of operation.                             Dunham    Tyler
                   Complex
                                           The project can remove polluting gas waterski boats from local waterways and
                                            provide residents with exercise and outdoor summertime activity. Through
                                          competitions/festivals and open sessions the project will also encourage out-of-
                                          state residents to visit Union County and contribute to the local economy (bars,
                                                                      restaurants, hotels, etc.).
                                        Purchase of one road cruiser entirely for use on the roads of Van Wert County.
          Van Wert County Sheriff's Law   Due to being the county in Ohio with the 2nd highest unemployment rate we
VanWert                                                                                                                       Merkle   Harold
             Enforcement Program        are unable to maintain our annual law enforcement auto replacement purchase
                                                               without assistance from this fund.


                                            Apply spray insulation to entire interior surface: walls, ceilings, and garage
                                                                                doors.

                                             Install propane-fueled furnace to facilitate operation during winter months.
          Energy Efficiency Upgrades to
Warren                                                                                                                        Verga    Richard
               Workshop/Garage
                                             Install two ceiling fans to improve heating effectiveness and reduce costs.

                                                                   The building is 40' x 70' x 18'.
                                                                       Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                                 Replace three propane fueled furnaces (over 30 years old) with new high
                                                                      efficiency heating/AC units.

                                                Replace two ceiling - mounted furnaces in auditorium/community center with
                                                                          new heating/AC units.

                                                    Apply spray insulation to ceiling of entire community center complex:
                                                                auditorium, stage, kitchen, and bathrooms.
             Energy Efficeiency Upgrades to
 Warren                                                                                                                             Verga   Richard
                 Community Center an           Install a "whole house' exhaust fan to ventilate community center complex (82'
                                                                x 64' x 23') during spring and autumn periods.

                                                 Replace eight 1950s vintage steel windows (83" x74" approx.) with low - E
                                                                          argon filled vinyl units.

                                                  Install insulated drop-ceilings in mayor's office/conference room and two
                                                                                   bathrooms.


                                                 These funds will be used to establish a local reentry taskforce and develop a
              Washington County Reentry       five year strategic plan aimed at reducing recidivism in Washington County. The
Washington                                                                                                                          Rauch   Dawn
                       Project                  local taskforce will work to identify strategies and goals to enable ex-offenders
                                                                 to successfully reintegrate back into society.
                                               Would like to build a small meat packing processing plant. Would Retail and
                                              whole sale meats. Plus processs livestock for home comsumer use. The people
Washington          meat processing            in Washington county has to travel out of the area and wait up to 90 days to         Kidd    Malkom
                                                                      have their animals proccessed.
                                                                                 Thank You
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                              An anaerobic digester has been built for commercial and demonstration
                                             purposes on our campus. The digester will produce biogas from various
                                           biomass waste streams for the primary purpose of electricity generation. A
                                         portion of this gas may be diverted, cleaned and compressed to provide vehicle
                                         fuel for compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles, including full sized sedans and
                                                                              trucks.

                                          We propose to install gas cleaning equipment and a CNG fueling station, and
                                              to replace a portion of our service vehicle fleet with CNG vehicles.
        Biogas for CNG Service Vehicle
Wayne                                                                                                                         Currie   Jim
                     Fuel
                                         In the process we will reduce fuel costs and reliance on fossil fuels, prolong the
                                           engine life of the vehicles and provide a training and demonstration platform
                                          (this capability will support new curriculum in green energy for students at the
                                                                   Agricultural Technical Institute).

                                           We will also work with the City of Wooster and the Agricultural Technology
                                         Institute to make this resource available for their use and work with them to ad
                                                                   CNG vehicles in their fleets.
                                                      Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                 An anaerobic digester has been built for commercial and demonstration
                                purposes on our campus. The digester will produce biogas from various
                             biomass waste streams which will be used for the production of electricity, in the
                             process capturing and putting to use the biogas (methane) that would otherwise
                               be released through natural processes of decomposition in a process that is
                                                     carbon neutral and renewable.

                                 We propose to capture the "waste" heat from the engine (gen-set) used to
Wayne   CHP Thermal Energy    produce the electricity and pipe the thermal energy to nearby campus buildings      Currie    Jim
                             and put in place heat exchangers to replace hot water boilers currently fueled by
                             natural gas. In the process we will eliminate the use of natural gas for heat and
                                 use heat that would otherwise be lost (the heat from the gen-set) with no
                                                        additional biogas consumed.

                                 In addition, this capability will support new curriculum in green energy for
                             students at the Agricultural Technical Institute and provide 20% cost reduction in
                                                                  heating costs.
                                 An anaerobic digester has been built for commercial and demonstration
                                 purposes on our campus. The digester will produce biogas from various
                             biomass waste streams which will be used for the production of electricity, in the
                             process capturing and putting to use the biogas (methane) that would otherwise
                               be released through natural processes of decomposition in a process that is
                                                       carbon neutral and renewable.

                                 We propose to capture the "waste" heat from the engine (gen-set) used to
Wayne   CHP Thermal Energy    produce the electricity and pipe the thermal energy to nearby campus buildings       Jim     Currie
                             and put in place heat exchangers to replace hot water boilers currently fueled by
                             natural gas. In the process we will eliminate the use of natural gas for heat and
                                 use heat that would otherwise be lost (the heat from the gen-set) with no
                                                        additional biogas consumed.

                                 In addition, this capability will support new curriculum in green energy for
                             students at the Agricultural Technical Institute and provde 20% cost reduction in
                                                                  heating costs.
                                                             Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                                           DOD Energy grant Executive Summary
                                       The Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center of The Ohio State
                                        University embarked on a 10-year capital and renovation plan in 2005 to
                                      improve the energy efficiency of it’s current buildings and to move towards a
                                    more sustainable campus. A major recommendation of the plan is to preserve,
                                   where costs are feasible, the historical nature of the buildings and the aesthetics
                                    of the campus. Thus, a majority of our state of Ohio Capital dollars have been
                                     directed towards improving the energy efficiency of our academic and service
        OARDC Williams Hall Window
Wayne                                                                    buildings.                                      Benfield   David
              Replacement
                                       This project will replace the windows in OSU building number 414 - Williams
                                   Hall on the campus of The Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center
                                     (OARDC) in Wooster Ohio. The OARDC is part of The Ohio State University.
                                     Williams Hall was built in 1957 and an addition was constructed in 1968. The
                                     building is a two story brick structure with a full basement. It is a 52,582 GSF
                                     structure that houses labs and offices for the Departments of Horticulture and
                                   Crop Science, Natural Resources, and the USDA Soft Wheat Lab. The windows
                                     are the original single pane, metal frame windows that are outdated and very
                                   leaky. We have a current project to replace these windows, and have contractor
                                     The proposal is to create a comprehensive community wide re-entry strategic
                                       plan that integrates juvenile and adult corrections and placement programs
                                    (prison, jail, DYS, detention, treatment) with community programs. The target
                                               groups that the Board intends to involve in this planning are:
                                           1.The planning structures of community social service/governmental
                                     organizations that belong to the networks, collaboratives, Boards and existing
                                                                         coalitions.
        The Comprehensive Wayne-     2. 295 Juveniles placed in Wayne Holmes Juvenile Detention, Department of
Wayne                                                                                                                    Smedley    Robert
         Holmes Re-Entry Coalition        Youth Services, Out-of-Home Residential Treatment Centers; and 40
                                                      imprisoned adults with young children at home.

                                      Results: Hire One new Staff, Maintain .20% Staff, Reduce Recidivism, Assess
                                              Re-Entry Barriers/Strengths, Complete a 5 year strategic plan.

                                                            Total Cost $164,182 for 20 Months
                                                                  Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                                  Provide transportation services for participants of the State of Ohio
                                                                 Rehabilitation Services Commission.
                                              Transportation would be in Wayne and Holmes Counties in Ohio.Both are
                                         considered rural counties and currently have little public transportation available.
                                              All people transported would have disabling conditions and applying for or
Wayne          Transportation Grant      eligible for Vocational Rehabilitation services from RSC. Transportation could be      Police   Tom
                                             to meet with RSC Counselors,medical or mental health services,vocational
                                                               evaluations,job training and employment.
                                           We expect to provide over 6,000 trips per year, serving over 400 unduplicated
                                                                              individuals.
                                                             There would be no cost to those transported.

                                          OCES is a process improvement plan that will show ORSC how to improve the
                                         performance of the statewide CARF vendor network to create more qualified job
                                          sites and quality jobs for RSC consumers by developing a system enabling the
                                           sharing of job site and employment opportunities among the CARF vendors.
                                            Currently, CARF vendors do not share job site and employment information
                                             among themselves, which limits the exposure of job opportunities to RSC
                                         consumers. By implementing OCES, RSC counselors and consumers will have
                                          access to all employment opportunities available through ALL CARF vendors,
                                                                    which will facilitate placement.

                                          OCES goes a step further, and will show RSC how to incentivize and motivate
           Ohio Cooperative Employment
Williams                                       CARF vendors to create many new job sites, and reduce costs.                     Hart     James
                  Services (OCES)
                                         This plan will not interrupt the current system, or the services being provided by
                                            CARF to RSC - it will only improve performance statewide using existing
                                                              systems that are not being used by RSC.

                                         The Hart Group will play a minimal role of consulting RSC how to move forward
                                          if desired, and is willing to manage the project for RSC if needed. The bulk of
                                                     the money for this plan stays with, and is used by ORSC.
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                     Optimus 2010 -The Idea Factory is an integrated program that wil assess, train,
                                        and help RSC consumers perpare, think, plan, and start small businesses
                                       throughout Ohio. The Idea Factory is a program that audits RSC consumer
                                      business plans statewide to confirm plans are feasible and achieveable. Then,
                                     the provides support mechansims to help the consumer throughout the start up
           Optimus 2010 - The Idea
Williams                                       and launch process helping to ensure successful outcomes.                    Hart    James
                  Factory
                                         Optimus 2010 will help RSC consumers build businesses, create jobsand
                                      stimulate the economy and, the program will work with the VA and other state
                                      agencies interested in economic development through small business and job
                                                                       creation.

                                     BGSU is a statewide leader in university sustainability. Our project, G3: Invest
                                         Green, Save Green@Bowling Green will combine energy efficient building
                                     upgrades within a larger university effort to improve the efficiency of the overall
                                         campus infrastructure. In the process, the campus community of students,
                                        faculty and staff will collaborate and learn how such upgrades will make us a
                                           more sustainable university. In addition to course work, internships and
                                     research opportunities, G3, with Ohio Department of Development funding, will
           G3: Invest Green, Save
 Wood                                  provide energy retrofits to Hayes Hall on main campus. These energy retrofits        Burns   Timothy
           Green@Bowling Green
                                     consist of converting the constant volume air distribution to variable volume with
                                       new digital HVAC controls for all equipment at the zoned level. Secondly, G3
                                      involves converting the lighting from T12 to T8 with electronic ballasts, utilizing
                                        occupancy sensors. Also part of the project, three 30-ton computer room air
                                     conditioning units will be replaced with energy efficient equipment. Finally, G3
                                         will create or provide retention for over 9 FTEs while reducing the building's
                                                energy usage by 74.1% resulting in $178,428 in annual savings.
                                                                    Submitted Requests - Not Approved


         Email Address             Phone Number       Working Title                  Organization              Street Address             City         State   Zip Cde




   dwhite@helgesonent.com          215-766-8826         VP, Sales                 Helgeson Enterprises     4461 White Bear Parkway   White Bear Lake   MN      55110




brian.phillipy@young-america.com   952-294-6171   Senior Sales Executive       Young America Corporation       717 Faxon Road        Young America     MN      55397
                                                                   Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                                                              110 West Main Street,
 adamscocomm@cinci.rr.com      937-544-3286   Adams County Commissioner                  County                                       West Union   OH   45693
                                                                                                                   Room 102




                                                                               Allen County Adult Probation
jwingate@allencountyohio.com   419-227-7821   Deputy Chief Probation Officer                                   220 North Main St.       Lima       OH   45801
                                                                                       Dept. IPS Unit
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                          Emmanuel United Methodist
   eumc@zoominternet.net          419-281-3667      Treasurer                                           322 Cleveland Ave.     Ashland    OH   44805
                                                                                  Church




                                                                              Ohio Department of
Brandon.Perkins@dot.state.oh.us   614-387-0613   Project Manager                                      1980 West Broad Street   Columbus   OH   43223
                                                                                Transportation
                                                     Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                                          105 Research &
marcuss@ohio.edu   740-593-0026   Sustainability Coordinator         Ohio University                         Athens   OH   45701
                                                                                         Technology Center




                                                                                          105 Research &
marcuss@ohio.edu   740-593-0026   Sustainability Coordinator         Ohio University                         Athens   OH   45701
                                                                                         Technology Center
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                            Athens County Department of      184 North Lancaster
 collit@odjfs.state.oh.us   740-797-2523     Administrative Supervisor                                                                  Athens     OH   45701
                                                                               Job and Family Service              Street




                                           Executive Vice President/Chief
dbuccilla@alvishouse.org    614-252-8402                                     Alvis, Inc. dba Alvis House      1991 Bryden Road        Columbus     OH   43205
                                                Operations Officer




                                            Vice President of Sales and
bill@ohanacompanies.com     302-225-5505                                     The Ohana Companies, LLC      1405 Foulk Rd. Suite 200   Wilmington   DE   19803
                                             Business Developement
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved



                                             ACCOUNTS CLERK/GRANTS         BUTLER COUNTY SHERIFFS
ebressler@butlersheriff.org   5137851013                                                                   705 HANOVER STREET     HAMILTON   OH   45011
                                                   SPECIALIST                      OFFICE




                                              VP of Marketing and Fund    Goodwill Industries of Greater
mrohn@goodwillcanton.org      330-454-9461                                                                    408 9th St SW        Canton    OH   44707
                                                    Development               Cleveland and East




    sgiles@hullinc.com        614-917-7936     Energy Market Leader             Hul;l & Associates         6397 Emerald Parkway    Dublin    OH   43017




                                                                           Mad River Township, Clark
    estep@woh.rr.com          937-864-7714   Mad River Township Trustee                                      260 East Main St       Enon     OH   45323
                                                                                   County
                                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                           Director of Government,                                         Ward St. at North
lerickson@wittenberg.edu   937-327-7433                                        Wittenberg University                            Springfield   OH   45501-0720
                                          Corporate & Foundation Rel                                       Wittenberg Avenue




                                          Director, Facilities Operation
conoverr@clarkstate.edu    937 328 6108                                    Clark State Community College    570 E Leffel Lane   Springfield   OH     45501
                                               and Maintenance




                                          Director, Facilities Operation
conoverr@clarkstate.edu    937 328 6108                                    Clark State Community College    570 E Leffel Lane   Springfield   OH     45501
                                               and Maintenance
                                                                     Submitted Requests - Not Approved




  mcalabrese@oicofclarkco.org      937-323-6461       Executive Director         OIC of Clark County, Inc.    10 S. Yellow Springs Street     Springfield     OH   45506




                                                                               AllSports Academy of Greater     5311 Northfield Road,
vfuller@allsportsacademyofgc.com   216-475-2700   President/Program Director                                                                Bedford Heights   OH   44146
                                                                                         Cleveland                    Suite 200




                                                   Senior Manager, Building
       garyleidy@oai.org           440-962-3063                                  Ohio Aerospace Institute      22800 Cedar Point Road         Brook Park      OH   44142
                                                          Operations



                                                   Senior Manager, Building
       garyleidy@oai.org           440-962-3063                                  Ohio Aerospace Institute      22800 Cedar Point Road         Brook Park      OH   44142
                                                          Operations
                                                            Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                        Senior Manager, Building
   garyleidy@oai.org     440-962-3063                                   Ohio Aerospace Institute   22800 Cedar Point Road      Brook Park        OH   44142
                                               Operations




                                                                       the almond scott disabled
centerfordv@yahooo.com   440-232-0564            director                                               338 freda ln             bedford         OH   44146
                                                                         childrens foundation




  cdietz@jcu.edu (copy                  Associate Vice President of
                         216-397-4310                                    John Carroll University   20700 North Park Blvd    University Heights   OH   44118
   mcretella@jcu.edu)                            Facilities
                                                             Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                           Director University           University Farm - Case
ana.locci@case.edu     216-368-0274                                                                  37125 Fairmount Blvd.   Hunting Valley   OH   44022
                                      Farm/Adjunct Assistant Profess    Western Reserve University




jgracyk@ursuline.edu   440-684-6083      Vice President - Facilities         Ursuline College          2550 Lander Road       Pepper Pike     OH   44124
                                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                          Vice President of Facilities
  jgracyk@ursuline.edu    440-684-6083                                         Ursuline College        2550 Lander Road     Pepper Pike   OH   44124
                                                Management




C.Draganoiu@csuohio.edu   216-687-5295   Energy Conservation Analyst      Cleveland State University   2121 Euclid Avenue    Cleveland    OH   44115
                                                             Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                             Executive Director,       Cuyahoga Community College
  rini.grover@tri-c.edu   216-987-4884                                                               700 Carnegie Avenue   Cleveland   OH   44115
                                               Development                       District




C.Draganoiu@csuohio.edu   216-687-5295   Energy Conservation Analyst    Cleveland State University   2121 Euclid Avenue    Cleveland   OH   44115
                                                             Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                          Case Western Reserve
    dxs11@case.edu        216-368-6499   Research Associate Professor                                10900 Euclid Ave.    Cleveland   OH   44106
                                                                               University




C.Draganoiu@csuohio.edu   216-687-5295   Energy Conservation Analyst    Cleveland State University   2121 Euclid Avenue   Cleveland   OH   44115
                                                                     Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                  Director of Buildings and
     bkerbusch@bw.edu              440-826-2233                                  Baldwin-Wallace College       275 Eastland Rd.           Berea         OH   44017
                                                          Grounds




                                                                                   Individual Inventor of
    joe306tow@gmail.com            216-441-4215             N/A                                                4027 E. 29th St.      Newburgh Heights   OH   44105
                                                                                  Electronics Engineering




 bill@empireornamental.com         216-661-1931             N/A                  Empire Ornamental Corp         4454 State Rd           Cleveland       OH   44109




                                                                                                            2000 Auburn Drive, Ste
mailto:bill.stuart@luxairllc.com   216-378-7699           Partner                       Luxair, LLC                                    Beachwood        OH   44122
                                                                                                                    221
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved



peggy_schifferdecker@archway.co                                            Archway Marketing Services,   19850 S. Diamond Lake
                                  618-580-3944   Account Director                                                                 Rogers     MN   55374
                m                                                                    Inc.                         Road




 carlos@hispanicallianceinc.org   216-661-4249   Executive Director              Hispanic Alliance       3110 West 25Th Street   Cleveland   OH   44109




                                                                           Step By Step Employment &
 step2worksusan@hotmail.com       440-967-9042       President                                            664 Exchange Street    Vermilion   OH   44089
                                                                                     Training
                                                                    Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                  VP of Marketing and Fund    Goodwill Industries of Greater
   mrohn@goodwillcanton.org        330-454-9461                                                                    408 9th St SW          Canton      OH   44707
                                                        Development               Cleveland and East




                                                                                                               2000 Auburn Drive suite
     hat@hughaturner.com           216 7892653              N/A                Hugh A. Turner, Psy.D. LLC                                Beachwood    OH   44122
                                                                                                                        200




mwhittaker@darkecountysheriff.or
                                   937-548-3399       Project Manager         Darke County Sheriff's Office    5185 County Home Road     Greenville   OH   45331
              g
                                                                  Submitted Requests - Not Approved




      ilee@defecon.com          419-438-2386   Defiance College Consultant        Defiance College       701 North Clinton Street   Defiance   OH   43512




catherine@theridgeproject.com   419-782-1511       Executive Directors         The RIDGE Project, Inc.       717 Perry Street       Defiance   OH   43512
                                                        Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                    Vice President for Finance,
esalgoe@owu.edu      740-368-3352                                   Ohio Wesleyan University      61 S. Sandusky Street   Delaware   OH   43015
                                      Administration & Treas




cawareness@att.net   419-621-1117       Executive Director        Center For Cultural Awareness   416 Columbus Avenue     Sandusky   OH   44870
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                            Fairfield County Job and Family
 holtol@odjfs.state.oh.us   740-687-6817   Community Services Director                                        239 West Main Street   Lancaster   OH     43130
                                                                                        Services




                                                                             Ohio Department of Natural        2045 Morse Road,
dave.mohr@dnr.state.oh.us   614-265-6802   Chief, Division of Engineering                                                            Columbus    OH   43229-6693
                                                                                     Resources                    Building F-3
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                            Ohio Department of Natural      2045 Morse Road,
dave.mohr@dnr.state.oh.us   614-265-6802   Chief, Division of Engineering                                                           Columbus   OH   43229-6693
                                                                                    Resources                  Building F-3




    sgiles@hullinc.com      614-917-7936      Energy Market Leader               Hull & Associates         6397 Emerald Pkwy         Dublin    OH     43017




   smustafaa@aol.com        614 258-4633               CEO                        Alkebulan Inc.         1511 E.Livingston Avenue   Columbus   OH     43205
                                                        Submitted Requests - Not Approved




dbell@otterbein.edu   614-823-1300   Director of Physical Plant        Otterbein College    1 N Grove St.   Westerville   OH   43081




dbell@otterbein.edu   614-823-1300   Director Of Physical Plant        Otterbein College    1 N Grove St.   Westerville   OH   43081
                                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                          Ohio Expo Center and State
joe.darst@expo.state.oh.us   614-644-5051     Capital Project Supt.                                    717 E. 17th Ave   Columbus      OH   43211-2698
                                                                                 Fairgrounds




   dbell@otterbein.edu       614-823-1300   Director Of Physical Plant        Otterbein College        1 N. Grove St.    Westerville   OH     43081
                                                           Submitted Requests - Not Approved




 dbell@otterbein.edu     614-823-1300   Director of Physical Plant        Otterbein College        1 N. Grove St.      Westerville   OH   43081




                                                                                               700 State Highway 121
keith.bruns@parago.com   847-724-3778   Senior Account Executive               Parago                                  Lewisville    TX   75067
                                                                                                 Bypass Suite 200
                                                                   Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                              The Ohio State University -
       calis.1@osu.edu           614-292-2978   Lead Senior Project Manager                                 2009 Millikin Road   Columbus   OH   43210
                                                                                 Facilities Operations




Ron.Seiffert@ohiodominican.edu   614-251-4741        Interim President        Ohio Dominican University     1216 Sunbury Road    Columbus   OH   43219
                                                                  Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                              Operations Director\ Acting      Ohio Department of
William.Bone@dodd.ohio.gov     614-272-3096                                                               1601 West Broad Street     Columbus   OH   43222
                                                Manager of Facilities        Developmental Disabilities




                                                                                                          224 Bolz Hall, 2036 Neil
    potter.138@osu.edu         614-292-9446       Research Specialist         The Ohio State University                              Columbus   OH   43210
                                                                                                                  Avenue




                                                                              Tipping Point Renewable
darin.hadinger@tipenergy.com   614-795-2500              CTO                                                 2420 Farleigh Rd        Columbus   OH   43221
                                                                                       Energy
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                          Ohio Dept. of Administrative
ramsey.najjar@das.state.oh.us   614-644-7280   Energy Services Manager                                   4200 Surface Road   Columbus   OH   43228
                                                                             Services/State Archit




    willcoxon.1@osu.edu         614-292-3637   Senior Energy Engineer       The Ohio State University    2000 Tuttle Place   Columbus   OH   43210
                                                       Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                  Ohio Department of Public
dewhite@dps.state.oh.us   614-644-8889   Facility Commander                                   1970 West Broad Street   Columbus   OH   43223
                                                                           Safety
                                                       Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                  Ohio Department of Public
dewhite@dps.state.oh.us   614-644-8889   Facility Commander                                   1970 West Broad Street   Columbus   OH   43223
                                                                           Safety
                                                        Submitted Requests - Not Approved




dbell@otterbein.edu   614-823-1300   Director Of Physical Plant         Otterbein College            1 N Grove St.     Westerville   OH   43081




johnforgos@aol.com    614-761-1157    Owner Representative        Upper Arlington Public Library   2800 Tremont Road   Columbus      OH   43221
                                                        Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                       Vice President, Global
tom.fay@morleygov.com   989-791-0138                                 Morley Companies, Inc.   One Morley Plaza   Saginaw   MI   48603
                                            Operations
                                                   Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                 Twenty First Century   750 Communications
bob.bryan@tfcci.com   614-442-1215   RFP Administrator                                                       Columbus   OH   43214
                                                                  Communications              Parkway
                                                           Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                       The Ohio Council of Retail   50 W. Broad St., Suite
johnm@ohioretailmerchants.com   6142217833   President and CEO                                                               Columbus   OH   43215
                                                                              Merchants                     2020
                                                                     Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                                 Franklin County Office of    373 S. High Street, 25th
kapalmor@franklincountyohio.gov   614-462-5955        Reentry Coordinator                                                                 Columbus      OH   43215
                                                                                 Homeland Security & Just              Floor




                                                 Business Development Manager                                225 Santa Monica Blvd.,
 scott.danos@orionhealth.com      770-605-1130                                         Orion Health                                      Santa Monica   CA   90401
                                                          - Public Health                                          10th Floor




                                                                                                             2000 W. Henderson Road,
      tiehan.liu@ojci.com         614-326-0005              Owner                  Ohio Job Connection                                    Columbus      OH   43220
                                                                                                                    Suite 280
                                                                  Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                                                          459 Orangepoint Drive,
     gparlin@btiohio.com        740-548-8091           Director               Building Trades Institute                            Lewis Center   OH   43035
                                                                                                                 Suite F




Kimberly.Wickert@VocWorks.com   330-722-3098   Director of Rehabilitation            VocWorks              5500 Glendon Court        Dublin       OH   43016
                                                                      Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Kimberly.wickert@vocworks.com      330-722-3098    Director of Rehabilitation              VocWorks               5500 Glendon Court       Dublin    OH   43018




denise.zabawski@nationwidechildr
                                   614-355-3794   CIO, VP Information Services   Nationwide Children's Hospital   700 Children's Drive    Columbus   OH   43205
            ens.org




ohioradiantflr@embarqmail.com      419-335-5971        Owner/Operator            Heating and cooling contractor 129 North Fulton STreet   Wauseon    OH   43567
                                                     Submitted Requests - Not Approved




leebauman@earthlink.net   740-388-0842   President                     Wing Haven        69 Main Street - Box 127   Vinton   OH   45686
                                                       Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                  Antioch College, Glen Helen
nboutis@glenhelen.org   937-769-1902   Director, Glen Helen                                     405 Corry St.   Yellow Springs   OH   45387
                                                                       Ecology Institute
                                                   Submitted Requests - Not Approved




craig_dwyer2000@yahoo.com   937-374-2383    N/A                   alternative energy      1673 U.S. 68 S.     xenia     OH   45385




                                                                                       4400 State Route 222
 kofaltproperties@aol.com   513-678-0138   Owner                   Kofalt Properties                          Batavia   OH   45103
                                                                                              Suite C
                                                                    Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                              Cincinnati State Technical and
ralph.wells@cincinnatistate.edu   513-569-1789         Instructor                                              3520 Central Parkway   Cincinnati   OH   45223
                                                                                   Community College




                                                                              Brighton Technologies Group,
 mailto:eoseas@btgnow.com         513-469-1800   Chief Operating Officer                                         1006 Kieley Place    Cincinnati   OH   45217
                                                                                        Inc. (BTG)
                                                      Submitted Requests - Not Approved




mailto:sambhuC@gmail.com   513-404-3549   MD, President                Concepto LLC       7400 Graves Raod   Cincinnati   OH   45243
                                                                         Submitted Requests - Not Approved




  mailto:hirsh.cohen@cincinnati-
                                     513-357-7361   Assistant Health Commissioner Cincinnati Health Department     3101 Brunet Avenue      Cincinnati   OH   45229
              oh.gov




mailto:dryden.jones@cincinnatistat                                                   Workforce Development
                                     513-569-1459     Health Business Manager                                       10100 Reading Rd       Cincinnati   OH   45241
               e.edu                                                                Center - Cincinnati State Te




                                                                                    Hamilton County Board of       138 East Court Street
   jen.gehring@hamilton-co.org       513-946-4409          Legislative Aide                                                                Cincinnati   OH   45202
                                                                                     County Commissioners                  #603
                                                             Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                       Shriners Hospitals for Children-
jemccarthy@shrinenet.org   513-872-6243   Director, General Services                                       3229 Burnet Avenue    Cincinnati   OH   45229
                                                                                 Cincinnati




   sgiles@hullinc.com      614-917-7936    Energy Market Leader               Hull & Associates           6397 Emerald Parkway    Dublin      OH   43017
                                                                  Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                             Highland County Probation       135 North High Street,
  jratcliff@co.highland.oh.us   937-840-0840    Chief Probation Officer                                                               Hillsboro   OH   45133
                                                                                    Department                   Second Floor




                                               VP of Marketing and Fund     Goodwill Industries of Greater
 mrohn@goodwillcanton.org       330-454-9461                                                                     408 9th St SW        Canton      OH   44707
                                                     Development                Cleveland and East




                                                                           St. Mary Seminary & Graduate
pguban@dioceseofcleveland.org   440-943-7677          Treasurer                                              28700 Euclid Avenue      Wickliffe   OH   44092
                                                                                School of Theology
                                                                     Submitted Requests - Not Approved




bill.berwald@innoventuresfcc.com   440-975-0603            CEO                       InnoVentures Inc.           4413 Hamann Parkway    Willoughby   OH   44094




      vs1@windstream.net           740-334-9974   Senior Project Director       Last Call Outreach Ministry        310 Everett Ave.      Newark      OH   43055




     tbrown@lcounty.com            740-670-5535         Lieutenant             Licking county Sheriff's Office   155 East Main street    newark      OH   43055
                                                                    Submitted Requests - Not Approved



                                                                                  Bellefontaine Police
    resource@bright.net        419-586-1139         Project Facilitator                                       135 N. Detroit Street      Bellefontaine     OH   43311
                                                                                      Department




   lgriffith@nridgeville.org   440-353-0842            City Engineer             City of North Ridgeville    7307 Avon Belden Rd.       North Ridgeville   OH   44039




chris_dunigan23@hotmail.com    4403653431                   mr                             n/a                    5784 ford rd               elyria        OH   44035




                                              Assistant Director of Sponsored
  susan.morse@oberlin.edu      440-775-8461                                          Oberlin College        70 North Professor Street       Oberlin        OH   44074
                                                         Programs
                                                                    Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                               Vice President, Finance and
   mkillian@lourdes.edu       419-824-3730                                             Lourdes College        6832 Convent Boulevard    Sylvania    OH   43560
                                                     Administration




                                             Vice President, Workforce and         Owens State Community
michael_bankey@owens.edu      567-661-7735                                                                      30335 Oregon Road      Perrysburg   OH   43551
                                                  Community Services                      College




                                             Vice President for Facilities and
Charles.lehnert@utoledo.edu   419-530-1448                                           University of Toledo        2801 W. Bancroft       Toledo      OH   43606
                                                      Construction




                                                                                 New Beginnings Development
      nater@nbdc.us           419-243-9779         Executive Director                                             1211 Oakwood          Toledo      OH   43607
                                                                                            Corp.
 rturnbough@sbcglobal.net     419-787-0709          Exective Director                    Fawn Crest               8947 Royal Oak        Holland     OH   43528
                                                                      Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                                                                Zeigler Training Center/Zeigler
zeiglertrainingcenter@ymail.com   419-469-8835          Administrator                                                5509 Dorr           Toledo     OH   43615
                                                                                      Habilitation Homes




     rcmorrone@ysu.edu            330 941 3218        Facilities Engineer       Youngstown State University       1 University Plaza   Youngstown   OH   44555




                                                 Senior Assistant Prosecuting   Mahoning County Prosecutor's
  modarelli0216@yahoo.com         330-518-5552                                                               21 West Boardman Street   Youngtown    OH   44503
                                                          Attorney                        Office
                                                  Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                            LADDERS OF OPPORTUNITIES,
ladders514@yahoo.com   330-330-3783   EXEC. DIRECTOR                                    455 MOHERMAN AVE   YOUNGSTOWN   OH   44509
                                                                       INC.
                                                          Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                     Crawford-Marion ADAMH
jdemo-hodgins@ohiopps.org   740-387-8531   executive director                                 142 S. Prospect Street   Marion   OH   43302
                                                                              Board
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved




dianne@medinacreativehousing.co
                                  330-591-4434   Executive director       Medina Creative Accessibility   2110 Hathaway Drive   Brunswick   OH   44212
             m
                                                          Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                      Medina County Economic
bdentler@medinacounty.org   330-722-9215   Executive Director                                  144 N. Broadway Street   Medina   OH   44256
                                                                        Development Corp.
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved




eschoonover@edisonohio.edu   9377787993     Director of Grants Management   Edison Community College    1973 Edison Drive     Piqua      OH   45356




  jgraham19@woh.rr.com       937-417-5733         Executive Director        Good Samaritan Home, Inc.    442 E. Third St.   Greenville   OH   45331
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved




kevin.hallinan@notes.udayton.edu   937-229-2875   Professor and Chair          University of Dayton   300 College Park Dr.   Dayton   OH   45419




     daevans501@msn.com            937-270-9661     Invento/owner                   D.A.Evans            295 Air Street      Dayton   OH   45404
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                               Montgomery County
  theobaldj@mcohio.org      937-225-4687      Commission Assistant          Community Wide Ex-offender 451 W. Third St., Floor 11    Dayton    OH     45422
                                                                                      Reent




                                                                            Ohio Department of Natural      2045 Morse Road,
dave.mohr@dnr.state.oh.us   614-265-6802   Chief, Division of Engineering                                                           Columbus   OH   43229-6693
                                                                                    Resources                  Building F-3




                                                                              The Community Action
                                             Director of Planning and
   drauch@wmcap.org         740-373-3745                                      Program Corporation of        218 Putnam Street       Marietta   OH     45750
                                                  Development
                                                                                     Washin
                                                           Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                       Vice President for Business
abrown@zanestate.edu    740-588-1210                                      Zane State College      1555 Newark Road   Zanesville   OH   43701
                                                 Services




                                                                      Muskingum County Juvenile
acarder21@hotmail.com   740-453-0351     Program Coordinator                                       1860 East Pike    Zanesville   OH   43701
                                                                               Court
                                                         Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                  Sr. Fiscal Officer and Facilities   The Ohio State University -   208 Bricker Hall; 190 N
dewees.4@osu.edu   614-292-1130                                                                                               Columbus   OH   43210
                                          Project Manager                 Office of Research              Oval Mall
                                                          Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                    Famly & Commuity Services,
tdeep@portagefamilies.org   330-677-4124   Clinical Director                                     143 Gougler Avenue   Kent   OH   44240
                                                                               Inc.
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




dschaad@ncstatecollege.edu   419-755-4855   Director of Facilities       North Central State College    2441 Kenwood Circle   Mansfield     OH   44901-0698




  t.hollis@rosssheriff.com   740-773-1186         Colonel                Ross County Sheriff's Office      28 N. Paint St.    Chillicothe   OH     45601
                                                            Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                          Community Corrections       Sandusky County Community
  jfseam@yahoo.com        419-334-6457                                                               2323 Countryside Dr.   Fremont   OH   43420
                                               Director                       Corrections




 lkonecny01@terra.edu     419-559-2380   Manager - Capital Projects     Terra Community College      2830 Napoleon Road     Fremont   OH   43420




                                                                       Stark Area Regional Transit
kconrad@sartaonline.com   330-458-1047      Executive Director                                       1600 Gateway Blvd      Canton    OH   44707
                                                                                Authority
                                                           Submitted Requests - Not Approved




   mary.lang@coleman-
                            330-676-6815    Grant Administrator     Coleman Professional Services     5982 Rhodes Rd.       Kent    OH   44240
    professional.com




                                           Community Corrections     Goodwill of Greater Cleveland
dbrown@goodwillcanton.org   330-445-1067                                                             408 9th Street S.W.   Canton   OH   44707
                                            Placement Specialist         and East Central Ohi
                                                            Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                          VP of Marketing and Fund    Goodwill Industries of Greater
mrohn@goodwillcanton.org   330-454-9461                                                                408 9th St SW   Canton   OH   44707
                                                Development               Cleveland and East




                                          VP of Marketing and Fund    Goodwill Industries of Greater
mrohn@goodwillcanton.org   330-454-9461                                                                408 9th St SW   Canton   OH   44707
                                                Development               Cleveland and East




                                          VP of Marketing and Fund    Goodwill Industries of Greater
mrohn@goodwillcanton.org   330-454-9461                                                                408 9th St SW   Canton   OH   44707
                                                Development               Cleveland and East




                                          VP of Marketing and Fund    Goodwill Industries of Greater
mrohn@goodwillcanton.org   330-454-9461                                                                408 9th St SW   Canton   OH   44707
                                                Development               Cleveland and East
                                                            Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                          VP of Marketing and Fund    Goodwill Industries of Greater
mrohn@goodwillcanton.org   330-454-9461                                                                408 9th St SW   Canton   OH   44707
                                                Development               Cleveland and East




                                          VP of Marketing and Fund    Goodwill Industries of Greater
mrohn@goodwillcanton.org   330-454-9461                                                                408 9th St SW   Canton   OH   44707
                                                Development               Cleveland and East




                                          VP of Marketing and Fund    Goodwill Industries of Greater
morhn@goodwillcanton.org   330-454-9461                                                                408 9th St SW   Canton   OH   44707
                                                Development               Cleveland and East




                                          VP of Marketing and Fund    Goodwill Industries of Greater
mrohn@goodwillcanton.org   330-454-9461                                                                408 9th St SW   Canton   OH   44707
                                                Development               Cleveland and East




                                          VP of Marketing and Fund    Goodwill Industries of Greater
mrohn@goodwillcanton.org   330-454-9461                                                                408 9th St SW   Canton   OH   44707
                                                Development               Cleveland and East
                                                            Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                          VP of Marketing and Fund    Goodwill Industries of Greater
mrohn@goodwillcanton.org   330-454-9461                                                                408 9th St SW   Canton   OH   44707
                                                Development               Cleveland and East




                                          VP of Marketing and Fund    Goodwill Industries of Greater
mrohn@goodwillcanton.org   330-454-9461                                                                408 9th St SW   Canton   OH   44707
                                                Development               Cleveland and East
                                                          Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                    VP Capital Planning & Facilities
curtis4@uakron.edu   330-972-6107                                      The University of Akron   100 Lincoln Street   Akron   OH   44325-0405
                                            Management
                                                          Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                    VP Capital Planning & Facilities
curtis4@uakron.edu   330-972-6107                                      The University of Akron   100 Lincoln Street   Akron   OH   44325-0405
                                            Management




                                    VP Capital Planning & Facilities
curtis4@uakron.edu   330-972-6107                                      The University of Akron   100 Lincoln Street   Akron   OH   44325-0405
                                            Management
                                                          Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                    VP Capital Planning & Facilities
curtis4@uakron.edu   330-972-6107                                      The University of Akron   100 Lincoln Street   Akron   OH   44325-0405
                                            Management
                                                          Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                    VP Capital Planning & Facilities
curtis4@uakron.edu   330-972-6107                                      The University of Akron   100 Lincoln Street   Akron   OH   44325-0405
                                            Management
                                                        Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                     Justice Affairs Planning        The County of Summit,        175 South Main Street,
lpesci@summitoh.net   330-643-2558                                                                                            Akron       OH   44308
                                           Coordinator             Division of Public Safety, O         Suite 204




                                                                  Eastern Gateway Community
 lmeeks@egcc.edu      740-264-5591          President                                               4000 Sunset Blvd       Steubenville   OH   43952
                                                                            College
                                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved



   gholsopple@aol.com      330-881-4795         Grant Writer                    City of Warren            391 Mahoning Avenue       Warren         OH   44483




                                                                        ADAMHS Board of Tuscarawas 1260 Monroe Street NW,
   dave@adamhtc.org        330-364-6488      Executive Director                                                                 New Philadelphia   OH   44663
                                                                            & Carroll Counties     Suite 27N, P.O. Box 6217




                                          VP of Marketing and Fund       Goodwill Industries of Greater
mrohn@goodwillcanton.org   330-454-9461                                                                      408 9th St SW          Canton         OH   44707
                                                Development                  Cleveland and East
                                                        Submitted Requests - Not Approved




  tbone1998@hotmail.com      614-657-6847   Owner/Operator                Wakeopolis           8686 Dublin Rd.       Dublin      OH   43017




                                                                       Van Wert County
vwcocomm.merkle@bright.net   419-238-6159    Commissioner                                     114 E. Main Street    Van Wert     OH   45891
                                                                        Commissioners




  mayor@harveysburg.org      513-897-3998       Mayor                Village of Harveysburg     P. O. Box 189      Harveysburg   OH   45032
                                                         Submitted Requests - Not Approved




mayor@harveysburg.org   513-897-3998           Mayor                  Village of Harveysburg        P. O. Box 189         Harveysburg   OH   45032




                                                                     The Community Action
                                       Director of Planning and
 drauch@wmcap.org       740-373-3745                                 Program Corporation of       218 Putnam Street        Marietta     OH   45750
                                            Development
                                                                            Washin



 rwkidd@dishmail.net    740-525-1571           owner                     state certication     5895 pleasant Ridge Road    Marietta     OH   45750
                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved




currie.16@osu.edu   330-263-3717   Program Director        Ohio State University, OARDC   1680 Madison Avenue   Wooster   OH   44691
                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved




currie.16@osu.edu   330-263-3717   Program Director        Ohio State University, OARDC   1680 Madison Avenue   Wooste   OH   44691




currie.16@osu.edu   330-263-3717   Program Director        Ohio State University, OARDC   1680 Madison Avenue   Wooste   OH   44691
                                                    Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                The Ohio State University
 benfield.2@osu.edu   330-263-3703   Associate Director                                     1680 Madison Ave.    Wooster   OH   44691
                                                                        OARDC




                                                             The Mental Health & Recovery
robsmed@whmhrb.org    330-264-2527   Associate Director                                     2345 Gateway Drive   Wooster   OH   44691
                                                               Board of Wayne/Holmes
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                                           Goodwill Industries of Wayne
tpolice@woostergoodwill.org   330-264-1300   VP of Workforce Development                                   1034 Nold Ave.      Wooster   OH   44691
                                                                              and Holmes Counties,I




  hartgroup@verizon.net       419-636-7210     Owner/Busines Consulant        The Hart Group Online       711 S. Main Street    Bryan    OH   43506
                                                         Submitted Requests - Not Approved




hartgroup@verizon.net   419-636-7210   Owner/Business Consultant       The Hart Group Online        711 S. Main Street       Bryan        OH     43506




  taburns@bgsu.edu      419-372-7637      Sr. Project Manager      Bowling Green State University   106 University Hall   Bowling Green   OH   43403-0230
                                                          Submitted Requests - Not Approved


Federal Stimulus Program     Program sub-category           Funding Type         Multiple Counties   Project Zip    Project Sponsor      Number of Jobs




Energy and Environment     Energy Star Rebate Program       New funding                False           55110       For Profit Business        20




                                                        Additional funding for
Energy and Environment     Energy Star Rebate Program                                  False           43215       State Government           10
                                                         an existing program
                                        Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Crime and Public Safety   Byrne/JAG       New funding                True   45693   Local Government   15




                                      Additional funding for
Crime and Public Safety   Byrne/JAG                                  True   45801   Local Government   13
                                       an existing program
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Energy and Environment         State Energy Program             New funding                True    44805     Not-for-profit    0




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                False   44030   State Government   124
                                     Block Grants
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   45701   Educational Entity   35
                                     Block Grants




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   45701   Educational Entity   60
                                     Block Grants
                                                       Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Crime and Public Safety           Byrne/JAG              New funding                True    45780   Local Government   4.8




Crime and Public Safety           Byrne/JAG              New funding                False   45895     Not-for-profit   10




Energy and Environment    Energy Star Rebate Program     New funding                False   43215   State Government   2
                                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Crime and Public Safety              Byrne/JAG                   New funding                True   45011   Local Government     9




Energy and Environment          State Energy Program             New funding                True   44615     Not-for-profit     10




                          Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                           New funding                True   43078   Educational Entity   5
                                      Block Grants




                          Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                           New funding                True   45323   Local Government     20
                                      Block Grants
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   45501   Educational Entity   2.12
                                     Block Grants




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   45501   Educational Entity   35
                                     Block Grants




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   45501   Educational Entity    7
                                     Block Grants
                                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Crime and Public Safety              Byrne/JAG                   New funding                True   45502   Not-for-profit   4.0




Crime and Public Safety              Byrne/JAG                   New funding                True   44104   Not-for-profit   200




                          Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                           New funding                True   44142   Not-for-profit    3
                                      Block Grants



                          Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                           New funding                True   44142   Not-for-profit   14
                                      Block Grants
                                                                     Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                Energy Efficiency and Conservation
   Energy and Environment                                              New funding                True   44142     Not-for-profit      9
                                            Block Grants




Work, Opportunity and Poverty     Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)       New funding                True   44104     Not-for-profit     120




                                Energy Efficiency and Conservation
   Energy and Environment                                              New funding                True   44118   Educational Entity   20
                                            Block Grants
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   44022   Educational Entity   37
                                     Block Grants




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   44124   Educational Entity   5
                                     Block Grants
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   44124   Educational Entity   10
                                     Block Grants




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   44115   Educational Entity   15
                                     Block Grants
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   44115   Educational Entity   1
                                     Block Grants




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   44115   Educational Entity   8
                                     Block Grants
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                False   44106   Educational Entity   43
                                     Block Grants




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True    44115   Educational Entity   10
                                     Block Grants
                                                                     Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                Energy Efficiency and Conservation
   Energy and Environment                                              New funding                True   44017   Educational Entity    11
                                            Block Grants




                                Energy Efficiency and Conservation
   Energy and Environment                                              New funding                True   44105   Educational Entity    100
                                            Block Grants




Work, Opportunity and Poverty     Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)       New funding                True   44109   For Profit Business    3




         Healthcare                 Prevention and Wellness            New funding                 0     44122   For Profit Business    8
                                                                   Submitted Requests - Not Approved



   Energy and Environment       Energy Star Rebate Program           New funding                True    44149   For Profit Business   31




                                                                 Additional funding for
   Crime and Public Safety               Byrne/JAG                                              True    44109     Not-for-profit      10
                                                                  an existing program




                                                                 Additional funding for
Work, Opportunity and Poverty   Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)                                  False   44113   For Profit Business   47
                                                                  an existing program
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved




   Energy and Environment           State Energy Program           New funding                True    44103     Not-for-profit      30




Work, Opportunity and Poverty   Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)     New funding                False   44115   For Profit Business   100




   Crime and Public Safety               Byrne/JAG                 New funding                True    45331   Local Government       2
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Work, Opportunity and Poverty   Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)     New funding                False   43512   Not-for-profit   5




   Crime and Public Safety               Byrne/JAG                 New funding                False   43512   Not-for-profit   5
                                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                          Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                           New funding                True   43015   Educational Entity   12
                                      Block Grants




Crime and Public Safety              Byrne/JAG                   New funding                True   44870     Not-for-profit     2
                                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Crime and Public Safety              Byrne/JAG                   New funding                True      43130      Local Government   1.62




                          Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                           New funding                False   43229-6693   State Government   15
                                      Block Grants
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                          Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                             New funding                True   43229-6693   State Government     40
                                      Block Grants




                          Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                             New funding                True     43235      Educational Entity   5
                                      Block Grants




                                                               Additional funding for
Crime and Public Safety              Byrne/JAG                                                True     43205        Not-for-profit     10
                                                                an existing program
                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Energy and Environment   State Energy Program     New funding                True   43081   Educational Entity   1




Energy and Environment   State Energy Program     New funding                True   43081   Educational Entity   1
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation   Additional funding for
Energy and Environment                                                                       True   43211-2698   State Government   20
                                     Block Grants              an existing program




Energy and Environment         State Energy Program               New funding                True     43081        Not-for-profit   1
                                                      Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Energy and Environment     State Energy Program         New funding                True    43081     Not-for-profit   6




Energy and Environment   Energy Star Rebate Program     New funding                False   43215   State Government   5
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   43210   Educational Entity   50
                                     Block Grants




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   43219   Educational Entity   11
                                     Block Grants
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                False   43222   State Government     50
                                     Block Grants




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True    43210   Educational Entity   10
                                     Block Grants




Energy and Environment         State Energy Program             New funding                False   43220   State Government     5
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation   Additional funding for
Energy and Environment                                                                       False   43228   State Government     100
                                     Block Grants              an existing program




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                            New funding                True    43210   Educational Entity    9
                                     Block Grants
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   43223   State Government   1.5
                                     Block Grants
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   43235   State Government   1.5
                                     Block Grants
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   43081   Educational Entity   1
                                     Block Grants




Energy and Environment         State Energy Program             New funding                True   43221   Local Government     3
                                                      Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Energy and Environment   Energy Star Rebate Program     New funding                False   43215   State Government   0
                                                      Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Energy and Environment   Energy Star Rebate Program     New funding                False   43214   State Government   20
                                                      Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Energy and Environment   Energy Star Rebate Program     New funding                False   43215   Not-for-profit   4
                                                                         Submitted Requests - Not Approved




   Crime and Public Safety                   Byrne/JAG                     New funding                True    43205   Local Government      7.5




         Healthcare             Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAI)     New funding                False   43215   State Government       0




Work, Opportunity and Poverty       Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)         New funding                False   43220   For Profit Business   200
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Work, Opportunity and Poverty   Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)     New funding                False   43015   Educational Entity    36




Work, Opportunity and Poverty   Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)     New funding                False   43016   For Profit Business   500
                                                                         Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Work, Opportunity and Poverty       Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)         New funding                False   43016   For Profit Business   500




         Healthcare             Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAI)     New funding                True    43205     Not-for-profit      1.0




   Energy and Environment               State Energy Program               New funding                True    43567     Not-for-profit       6
                                      Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Crime and Public Safety   Byrne/JAG     New funding                True   45686   Not-for-profit   3
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   45387   Educational Entity   25
                                     Block Grants
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved




   Energy and Environment           State Energy Program           New funding                False   45385   For Profit Business   10




Work, Opportunity and Poverty   Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)     New funding                True    45219   For Profit Business   10
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                            New funding                True   45223   Educational Entity    20
                                     Block Grants




                                                              Additional funding for
      Healthcare             Prevention and Wellness                                         True   45217   For Profit Business   4
                                                               an existing program
                                          Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                        Additional funding for
Healthcare   Healthcare General/Other                                  True   45243   For Profit Business   10
                                         an existing program
                                                       Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                     Additional funding for
      Healthcare          Healthcare General/Other                                  False   45202   Local Government      3
                                                      an existing program




      Healthcare          Healthcare General/Other       New funding                False   45241   Educational Entity   100




Crime and Public Safety          Byrne/JAG               New funding                True    45202   Local Government     4.5
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Energy and Environment         State Energy Program             New funding                True   45229     Not-for-profit     30




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   45810   Educational Entity   5
                                     Block Grants
                                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Crime and Public Safety              Byrne/JAG                   New funding                True   45133   Local Government     16




Energy and Environment          State Energy Program             New funding                True   43953     Not-for-profit     10




                          Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                           New funding                True   44092   Educational Entity   35
                                      Block Grants
                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Energy and Environment    State Energy Program     New funding                False   44094   State Government   18




Crime and Public Safety        Byrne/JAG           New funding                True    43055     Not-for-profit   20




Crime and Public Safety        Byrne/JAG           New funding                True    43055   Local Government   2
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved



Crime and Public Safety              Byrne/JAG                     New funding                True   43311   Local Government     3




                                                               Additional funding for
Energy and Environment          State Energy Program                                          True   44039   Local Government     10
                                                                an existing program




Energy and Environment       Energy Star Rebate Program            New funding                True   44035   State Government     0




                          Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                             New funding                True   44074   Educational Entity   10
                                      Block Grants
                                                                     Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                Energy Efficiency and Conservation
   Energy and Environment                                              New funding                True    43560   Educational Entity    5
                                            Block Grants




                                Energy Efficiency and Conservation
   Energy and Environment                                              New funding                False   43537   Educational Entity    50
                                            Block Grants




                                Energy Efficiency and Conservation
   Energy and Environment                                              New funding                True    43606   Educational Entity    20
                                            Block Grants




Work, Opportunity and Poverty     Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)       New funding                False   43607     Not-for-profit      30

Work, Opportunity and Poverty     Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)       New funding                False   43607   For Profit Business   20
                                                                       Submitted Requests - Not Approved


                                                                     Additional funding for
Work, Opportunity and Poverty     Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)                                    True   43615     Not-for-profit     50
                                                                      an existing program




                                Energy Efficiency and Conservation
   Energy and Environment                                                New funding                True   44555   Educational Entity   12
                                            Block Grants




   Crime and Public Safety                 Byrne/JAG                     New funding                True   44503   Local Government     7
                                                     Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Work, Opportunity and Poverty   Independent Living     New funding                False   44501   Not-for-profit   10
                                      Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Crime and Public Safety   Byrne/JAG     New funding                True   43302   Local Government   8
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Work, Opportunity and Poverty   Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)     New funding                True   44256   Not-for-profit   20
                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Energy and Environment   State Energy Program     New funding                False   44256   Local Government   150
                                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                          Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                           New funding                True    45356   Educational Entity   10
                                      Block Grants




Crime and Public Safety              Byrne/JAG                   New funding                False   45373     Not-for-profit     6
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True    45419   State Government      25
                                     Block Grants




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                False   45404   For Profit Business   200
                                     Block Grants
                                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Crime and Public Safety              Byrne/JAG                   New funding                True      45422      Local Government   275




                          Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                           New funding                True    45732-9536   State Government   15
                                      Block Grants




Crime and Public Safety              Byrne/JAG                   New funding                False     43756        Not-for-profit    1
                                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                          Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                           New funding                True   43701   Educational Entity   1
                                      Block Grants




Crime and Public Safety              Byrne/JAG                   New funding                True   43701   Local Government     3
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation   Additional funding for
Energy and Environment                                                                       True   43456   Educational Entity   25
                                     Block Grants              an existing program
                                      Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Crime and Public Safety   Byrne/JAG     New funding                True   44240   Not-for-profit   6
                                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                          Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                           New funding                True   44875   Educational Entity   6
                                      Block Grants




Crime and Public Safety              Byrne/JAG                   New funding                True   45601   Local Government     5
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                                               Additional funding for
Crime and Public Safety              Byrne/JAG                                                True   43420   Local Government     3
                                                                an existing program




                          Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                             New funding                True   43420   Educational Entity   13
                                      Block Grants




                          Leaking Underground Storage Tank
Energy and Environment                                             New funding                True   44707   Local Government     5
                                     Trust Fund
                                                                   Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Work, Opportunity and Poverty   Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)       New funding                False   44240   State Government   300




                                                                 Additional funding for
   Crime and Public Safety               Byrne/JAG                                              True    44707     Not-for-profit   1.5
                                                                  an existing program
                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Energy and Environment   State Energy Program     New funding                True   44708   Not-for-profit   10




Energy and Environment   State Energy Program     New funding                True   44705   Not-for-profit   15




Energy and Environment   State Energy Program     New funding                True   44707   Not-for-profit   50




Energy and Environment   State Energy Program     New funding                True   44720   Not-for-profit   10
                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Energy and Environment   State Energy Program     New funding                True   44632   Not-for-profit   12




Energy and Environment   State Energy Program     New funding                True   44614   Not-for-profit   15




Energy and Environment   State Energy Program     New funding                True   44708   Not-for-profit   10




Energy and Environment   State Energy Program     New funding                True   44646   Not-for-profit   10




Energy and Environment   State Energy Program     New funding                True   44601   Not-for-profit   10
                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Energy and Environment   State Energy Program     New funding                True   44707   Not-for-profit   50




Energy and Environment   State Energy Program     New funding                True   44707   Not-for-profit   40
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   44325   Educational Entity   25
                                     Block Grants
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   44325   Educational Entity   25
                                     Block Grants




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   44325   Educational Entity   25
                                     Block Grants
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   44325   Educational Entity   25
                                     Block Grants
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   44325   Educational Entity   25
                                     Block Grants
                                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Crime and Public Safety              Byrne/JAG                   New funding                True   44308   Local Government      8




                          Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                           New funding                True   44482   Educational Entity   100
                                      Block Grants
                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved



Energy and Environment    State Energy Program     New funding                True   44483   Local Government   4




Crime and Public Safety        Byrne/JAG           New funding                True   44663   Local Government   4




Energy and Environment    State Energy Program     New funding                True   44663     Not-for-profit   30
                                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                          Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                           New funding                True   43040   For Profit Business   5
                                      Block Grants




Crime and Public Safety              Byrne/JAG                   New funding                True   45891   Local Government      1




                          Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                           New funding                True   45032   Local Government      2
                                      Block Grants
                                                                     Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                                Energy Efficiency and Conservation
   Energy and Environment                                              New funding                True   45032   Local Government      2
                                            Block Grants




   Crime and Public Safety                 Byrne/JAG                   New funding                True   45750     Not-for-profit      1




Work, Opportunity and Poverty          Independent Living              New funding                True   45750   For Profit Business   4
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   44691   Educational Entity   24
                                     Block Grants
                                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   44691   Educational Entity   22
                                     Block Grants




                         Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                          New funding                True   44691   Educational Entity   22
                                     Block Grants
                                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved




                          Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Energy and Environment                                           New funding                True    44691   State Government   8
                                      Block Grants




Crime and Public Safety              Byrne/JAG                   New funding                False   44691   Local Government   1.2
                                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Work, Opportunity and Poverty   Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)     New funding                False   44691     Not-for-profit       10




Work, Opportunity and Poverty   Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)     New funding                True    43614   For Profit Business   10000
                                                                     Submitted Requests - Not Approved




Work, Opportunity and Poverty     Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)       New funding                False   43614   For Profit Business   1000




                                Energy Efficiency and Conservation
   Energy and Environment                                              New funding                True    43403   Educational Entity    9.537
                                            Block Grants
                                                                Submitted Requests - Not Approved


Timeframe to start   Estimated Stimulus Amount   Total project cost




   0 to 30 days              11020000                 144003




   0 to 30 days              500,000                 300,000
                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




31 to 90 days   1,000,000.00   1,000,000.00




0 to 30 days      427,062        427,062
                                      Submitted Requests - Not Approved




31 to 90 days   50,000     60,000




31 to 90 days   997,500   1,947,500
                                       Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days   450,000     600,000




0 to 30 days   1,100,000   1,480,000
                                             Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days     588,765.00     588,765.00




0 to 30 days     1,000,000      1,000,000




31 to 90 days   10,974,624.00   426,000.00
                                       Submitted Requests - Not Approved




 31 to 90 days     280000    280000




181 days or more    9,000    10,000




 31 to 90 days     262,848   355,200




 31 to 90 days     387,000   391,000
                                      Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days    569,665   1,142,073




31 to 90 days   500,000   850,000




0 to 30 days    100,000   135,000
                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




31 to 90 days     298,202        478,202




31 to 90 days     173,000        173,000




31 to 90 days   203,550.00     203,550.00




31 to 90 days   1,300,000.00   1,300,000.00
                                            Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days    800,000.00    800,000.00




31 to 90 days   500,000,000   220,000,000




31 to 90 days    550,000       750,000
                                          Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days     354,378      445,009




31 to 90 days   600,000.00   850,000.00
                                    Submitted Requests - Not Approved




31 to 90 days   600,000   250,000




0 to 30 days    430,000   580,000
                                         Submitted Requests - Not Approved




91 to 180 days   1,256,290   1,256,290




 0 to 30 days    275,000     370,000
                                   Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days   250000    350000




0 to 30 days   315,000   420,000
                                        Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days    681,700     694,925




0 to 30 days    10,000.00   10,000.00




31 to 90 days   100,000     100,000




0 to 30 days    $300,000    $750,000
                                          Submitted Requests - Not Approved



31 to 90 days    435,000      435,000




0 to 30 days    550,000.00   550,000.00




0 to 30 days    487,509.23   487,509.23
                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved




181 days or more     22,500         25,000




 31 to 90 days     1,000,000.00   1,000,000.00




  0 to 30 days      44882.00       44882.00
                                     Submitted Requests - Not Approved




91 to 180 days   500,000   500,000




 0 to 30 days    601,237   601,237
                                        Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days    375,000     3,000,000




0 to 30 days   $72,454.40   72,454.40
                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved




  0 to 30 days       142,778        142,778




181 days or more   1,750,000.00   2,000,000.00
                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved




181 days or more   5,000,000.00   5,000,000.00




 31 to 90 days       262,000        355,000




 31 to 90 days     180,000.00     250,000.00
                                     Submitted Requests - Not Approved




 91 to 180 days    50,000   50,000




181 days or more   40,000   40,000
                                            Submitted Requests - Not Approved




181 days or more   800,000.00   11,868,944.00




 91 to 180 days     75,000         75,000
                                           Submitted Requests - Not Approved




91 to 180 days    225,000      250,000




31 to 90 days    10,469,000   150,000.00
                                             Submitted Requests - Not Approved




 91 to 180 days    3,000,000     2,500,000




181 days or more   989,815.00   10,798,631.00
                                           Submitted Requests - Not Approved




181 days or more    350,000     400,000




 91 to 180 days    500000.00   550000.00




  0 to 30 days      500,000     500,000
                                      Submitted Requests - Not Approved




31 to 90 days   600,000   1,200,000




0 to 30 days    252,112   264,326
                                          Submitted Requests - Not Approved




31 to 90 days   200,000.00   290,000.00
                                         Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days   450,000.00   450,000.00
                                       Submitted Requests - Not Approved




181 days or more   40,000    40,000




 91 to 180 days    175,000   175,000
                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




31 to 90 days   $10,469,000.00   $10,869,000.00
                                         Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days   10,469,000   10,469,000
                                           Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days   10,974,624.00   10,974,624.00
                                    Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days    999,994   999,994




31 to 90 days   164,000   164,000




0 to 30 days    300000    300000
                                             Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days     360,000        360,000




0 to 30 days   1,000,000.00   1,000,000.00
                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved




 0 to 30 days    1,000,000.00   1,000,000.00




 0 to 30 days      190,000        190,000




91 to 180 days    24,469.39      81,564.62
                                         Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days   150,000.00   400,000.00
                                   Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days   385,000   525,000
                                               Submitted Requests - Not Approved




91 to 180 days     40,000         90,000




 0 to 30 days    1,125,000.00   1,125,000.00
                                        Submitted Requests - Not Approved




31 to 90 days   500,000     600,000




31 to 90 days   $900,000   $1,500,000
                                     Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days   $500,000   $500,000
                                         Submitted Requests - Not Approved




91 to 180 days   $500,000   $1,000,000




91 to 180 days   $100,000   $200,000




 0 to 30 days    650,000     650,000
                                    Submitted Requests - Not Approved




31 to 90 days   539,000   539,000




31 to 90 days   262,848   355,200
                                             Submitted Requests - Not Approved




  0 to 30 days      482,494      667,414




181 days or more    31,500       35,000




  0 to 30 days     300,000.00   400,000.00
                                             Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days   6,015,000.00   6,015,000.00




0 to 30 days     750,000        750,000




0 to 30 days     249,000        249,000
                                       Submitted Requests - Not Approved



0 to 30 days    39653.00   39,653.00




31 to 90 days   170,000    225,000




0 to 30 days    $150.00      0.00




0 to 30 days    700,000    800,000
                                          Submitted Requests - Not Approved




31 to 90 days    500,000     1,200,000




0 to 30 days     338,000      338,000




31 to 90 days   $1,000,000   1,000,000




0 to 30 days    500,000.00   500,000.00

31 to 90 days    500,000      500,000
                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved



0 to 30 days      500,000        500,000




31 to 90 days    1000000        1650000




0 to 30 days    1,000,000.00   1,000,000.00
                                      Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days   250,000   400,000.00
                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days   550000   650000
                                   Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days   175,000   175,000
                                          Submitted Requests - Not Approved




91 to 180 days   20000000.00   350000000.00
                                       Submitted Requests - Not Approved




  0 to 30 days     500,000   621,745




181 days or more   259,559   259,559
                                             Submitted Requests - Not Approved




181 days or more    725,200      980,000




 91 to 180 days    250,000.00   500,000.00
                                                 Submitted Requests - Not Approved




  0 to 30 days     1,000,000.00   1,000,000.00




181 days or more   750,000.00     250,000.00




 31 to 90 days     163,000.00     163,000.00
                                           Submitted Requests - Not Approved




 0 to 30 days     250,000      315,000




91 to 180 days   103,574.81   103,574.81
                                       Submitted Requests - Not Approved




91 to 180 days   500,000   1,000,000
                                         Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days   150,000.00   150,000.00
                                          Submitted Requests - Not Approved




31 to 90 days    260000       285000




31 to 90 days   900,000.00   900,000.00
                                      Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days    275,000   300,000




31 to 90 days   383,400   1,223,400




0 to 30 days    150000     150000
                                       Submitted Requests - Not Approved




  0 to 30 days     500,000   500,000




181 days or more   500,000   500,000
                                     Submitted Requests - Not Approved




181 days or more   9,000    10,000




181 days or more   42,750   47,500




181 days or more   33,750   37,500




181 days or more   20,925   23,250
                                     Submitted Requests - Not Approved




181 days or more   9,000    10,000




181 days or more   36,000   40,000




181 days or more   9,000    10,000




181 days or more   9,000    10,000




181 days or more   9,000    10,000
                                     Submitted Requests - Not Approved




 31 to 90 days     13,500   15,000




181 days or more   189000   210000
                                          Submitted Requests - Not Approved




31 to 90 days   885,000.00   885,000.00
                                          Submitted Requests - Not Approved




31 to 90 days   225,000.00   225,000.00




31 to 90 days   45,000.00    45,000.00
                                        Submitted Requests - Not Approved




31 to 90 days   45,000.00   45,000.00
                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




31 to 90 days   1,350,000.00   1,350,000.00
                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days    600,000.00     600,000.00




31 to 90 days   1,000,000.00   1,750,000.00
                                             Submitted Requests - Not Approved



 91 to 180 days    250,000.00   250,000.00




 91 to 180 days    365,840.00   365,840.00




181 days or more    54,000       60,000
                                          Submitted Requests - Not Approved




31 to 90 days    40,000       250,000




0 to 30 days    20000.00     20000.00




0 to 30 days    162,470.00   169,290.00
                                           Submitted Requests - Not Approved




 0 to 30 days    72,200.00    78,440.00




31 to 90 days    163,000.00   163,000.00




91 to 180 days     75000       100000
                                   Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days   708,000   950,000
                                   Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days   250,000   345,000




0 to 30 days   250,000   345,000
                                            Submitted Requests - Not Approved




31 to 90 days   $310,000.00   $310,000.00




0 to 30 days      164182        164182
                                              Submitted Requests - Not Approved




0 to 30 days      250,000        250,000




31 to 90 days   1,000,000.00   1,000,000.00
                                          Submitted Requests - Not Approved




31 to 90 days   500,000.00   500,000.00




31 to 90 days    911,658     1,257,257

								
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