USDA Offering Loans for Various Area Needs

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is providing Fayette County with a $20-million loan to construct a 54,443-square-foot law enforcement complex to house administrative offices, a 911 call center and a detention center. The existing facilities were constructed in the early 1900s and no longer meet the requirements of modern law enforcement operations. The expanded detention center will help alleviate overcrowding and allow for better separation of male and female internees. Additionally, the new administrative offices and 911 call center will improve operational efficiency first responder times.

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According to a release from the USDA on Monday, the loan is just one of around $2-billion in loans made by the USDA this year that will go to 40 projects throughout the United States.

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Ohio agricultural producers who lost property due to recent natural disasters may be eligible for U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) physical loss loans. The Farm Service Agency (FSA) offers these low-interest loans to agricultural producers in Clinton County, the primary damaged area, who incurred losses caused by high winds that occurred March 7, 2019. Approval is limited to applicants who suffered severe physical losses only, including the loss of buildings and livestock. Applications are due Nov. 25, 2019.

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The USDA is offering low-Interest loans for agricultural producers in Clinton County, Ohio Impacted by Natural Disasters. Emergency Support is Also Available to Producers in Brown, Clermont, Fayette, Greene, Highland and Warren counties.

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