Fred Main/News Joe Duncan, right, is given the oath of office by Danville Mayor Bob Dile at the beginning of the village council meeting Monday. Duncan was sworn in as a new council member.

Fred Main/News Joe Duncan, right, is given the oath of office by Danville Mayor Bob Dile at the beginning of the village council meeting Monday. Duncan was sworn in as a new council member.

 

DANVILLE — The Village of Danville is looking for help with some projects around the village.

Mayor Bob Dile reported at the Village Council meeting Monday that the village will be applying for a Neighborhood Revitalization Grant worth approximately $300,000.

Dile and Village Administrator Robert Shipley met with the Knox County Commissioners and Amy Schocken of CDC of Ohio last week in an effort to get the ball rolling on the grant.

The grant would allow for street improvements, sidewalks, storm drainage and other items that would benefit the general public, Dile said.

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