Mathews Delivers Over $30 Million in Transformative Capital Funding for Warren County


Adam Mathews represents the 56th Ohio House District, which encompasses a southwestern portion and central Warren County including Lebanon, South Lebanon, and Mason.

WARREN COUNTY, OH -- Crucially, Mathews secured a further $27.5 million dollars for the Cincinnati Open Tennis Tournament. This follows last year’s announcement that the tournament will remain in Mason and completes the state’s investment in the tournament. This funding, which Mathews has championed, will support an expanded tournament and upgraded facilities enabling year-round activation for community use.

“The Cincinnati Open is among the most coveted tennis tournaments in the world, and its continued presence here in Mason is a testament to the strength and vitality of our community,” Mathews said. “I am grateful to the state and local partners who have joined in working so hard to keep the tournament here in Ohio, and I look forward to the tournament’s future growth in our community.”

Mathews additionally secured millions in one-time funding from the Strategic Community Investment Fund that will directly serve the 56th House District and the surrounding communities, including:

  • $75,000 for the LaGore Memorial Dog Park at Caesar Creek
  • $200,000 for the Warren County Ion Exchange Project
  • $200,000 for the Waynesville and Maineville Girl Scout Camp improvements
  • $9,969 for the VFW Mason Post 9622 roof repairs

Mathews also secured the following capital investments that will positively impact Warren County and the surrounding region:

  • $1,00,000 for new treatment units, patient rooms, clinician offices, an educational conference center, patient & family consultation rooms, group spaces and common areas to provide greater capacity at the Linder Center
  • $465,000 for a new multi-use trail to complete the M2M connection linking Butler County to the Little Miami Scenic Trail along the Kings Mills area
  • $454,000 for the modernization of the Harmon Museum and Armstrong Center
  • $300,000 to upgrade and bring into ADA compliance the Springboro North Park
  • $200,000 for the repaving of the South Lebanon-to-Morrow connector
  • $100,000 for the Lebanon Cincinnati Avenue Multi-Use trail

Substitute House Bill 2 now heads to the Ohio Governor for a signature.

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