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Ohio schools will receive 34 percent of the revenue, while 51 percent is divvied out to county governments. An additional 5 percent is allocated to casino "host" cities.
The remaining balance is split between other smaller funds. The Casino Control Commission Fund will receive 3 percent, the Ohio State Racing Commission Fund receives 3 percent, the Law Enforcement Training Fund receives 2 percent and the final 2 percent is given to the Problem Casino Gambling and Addictions Fund.
Here's a what some schools in Summit and Portage counties are slated to receive:
Akron City Schools: $463,671.12
Aurora Board of Education: $60,151.26
Barberton Board of Education: $79,134.01
Cuyahoga Falls City Schools: $102,906.65
Green Local Schools: $86,742.70
Hudson City School District: $96,011.41
James A. Garfield: $32,248.61
Kent City Board of Education: $68,990.44
Maplewood Career Center: $12,491.25
Mogadore Local School District: $19,269.68
Nordonia Hills City Schools: $79,270.04
Norton City Schools: $51,584.12
Revere Local School District: $53,927.90
Rootstown Local School District: $26,309.68
Stow-Munroe Falls City School District: $111,597.35
Streetsboro City Schools: $44,995.70
Tallmadge City School District: $51,543.25
Twinsburg Board of Education: $90,229.03
Distribution to other districts/schools:
Falcon Academy: $3,610.46
Bio-Med Science Academy: $1,301.71
Hudson to get $96,000
Green to get nearly $87,000
Boy I wonder what the more needy schools systems a scheduled to receive?? Like Windham??
THIS NEEDS TO CHANGE!!! Division of money needs to be somehow based on need AND population!!