Franklin County To Use COVID-19 Relief Funding On Digital Access For Seniors

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(Columbus, OH) -- The Franklin County Board of Commissioners are allocating more than seven-million-dollars in COVID-19 relief funding.  

The Board said yesterday that more than $80,000 would go to the County Office on Aging to help provide internet hotspots and devices to low-income seniors. Money will also be given to the Mid-Ohio Food Collective to aid in the demand for food assistance among the county's growing population.

The Mid-Ohio Food Collective says they will use the funding to put on a 19,000 square-foot addition on its warehouse to nearly double its cold storage. 


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