"Connected Nation Ohio is a subsidiary of Connected Nation and operates as a nonprofit in the state of Ohio. At CN Ohio, we work to
blanket Ohio with broadband Internet access and dramatically improve the use of related technology. This comprehensive initiative
works across all sectors of the state economy to accelerate the availability and use of broadband in order to create: affordable
broadband availability for all of Ohio, better business environment, more effective community and economic development, improved
healthcare, enhanced education, and more efficient government."
"JobsOhio is a private nonprofit corporation designed to drive job creation and new capital investment in Ohio through business attraction, retention and expansion efforts."
"The Ohio Municipal League was incorporated as an Ohio non-profit corporation in 1952 by city and village officials who saw the need for a statewide association to serve the interests of Ohio municipal government... Any city or village, by proper action of its legislative body and payment of the annual membership fee, may become a member. When an Ohio municipality becomes an active League member, all of the elected and key appointed officials are eligible to use the available services."
Ohio Association of Regional Councils
"[Ohio Association of Regional Council coordinates] voices at a state and federal level, strengthen the role and authority of regional councils, and collaborate, coordinate and solve problems in the areas of transportation, environment and land use planning within the framework of state policy."
"The Ohio Mayors Alliance is a bipartisan coalition of mayors in Ohio’s largest urban and suburban communities. By coming together and speaking with one voice about the challenges and opportunities of Ohio’s cities, we can more effectively advocate for our communities and our constituents."
The Ohio Rural Community Assistance Program
"The Ohio Rural Community Assistance Program (RCAP) provides consulting services to help rural communities (fewer than 10,000 in population) address their drinking water and wastewater treatment needs. Each year, we serve well over 200 communities in Ohio and leverage millions of dollars for water and sewer projects. Our field agents assist communities with project development and capacity building. Ohio RCAP is part of Great Lakes RCAP, administered by Great Lakes Community Action Partnership."
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