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Numerous government entities and school districts in Mahoning and Trumbull counties will share $5 billion in dividends from the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation.

The BWC voted last week to return the dividends “to ease the continued impact of COVID-19 on the state’s business community and workforce,” according to a news release from the agency.

The $5 billion that will be sent to public and private employers in mid-December is the third distribution and brings the total amount of dividends distributed to nearly $8 billion. The agency issued a $1.54 billion dividend in late April and $1.34 billion in October. At $5 billion, the latest dividend is approximately four times the total premiums BWC collected from its employer members in policy year 2019, the agency stated.

BWC will apply the dividend to an employer’s unpaid balances first, then send a check for the remainder in mid-December.

In Trumbull County, private employers will receive $10.2 million, and public employers will receive $60 million for a total of $70.2 million. In Mahoning County, private employers will received $14.8 million and public employers will receive $90.1 million for a total of $104.9 million.

According to the BWC, Trumbull County public employers receiving dividends and their amounts are:

• Trumbull Career & Technical Center, $78,817

• Newton Falls Joint Volunteer Fire District, $11,645

• Western Reserve Port Authority, $15,846

• Trumbull County commissioners, $2.19 million

• Trumbull County Educational Service Center, $269,116

• Hubbard, $238,706

• Hubbard Township, $36,744

• Hubbard schools, $255,305

• Girard, $428,213

• Girard schools, $267,327

• Niles, $784,381

• Niles schools, $326,173

• Warren, $611,374

• Warren schools, $1.2 million

• Cortland, $142,178

• McDonald, $82,248

• Newton Falls, $121,740

• Orangeville, $460

• West Farmington, $2,663

• Bazetta, $152,761

• Bloomfield, $6,739

• Bloomfield-Mespo schools, $55,550

• Braceville, $17,387

• Bristol, $27,471

• Bristol schools, $38,972

• Brookfield, $77,666

• Brookfield schools, $151,579

• Champion, $118,999

• Champion schools, $173,625

• Farmington, $86,185

• Fowler, $44,901

• Gustavus, $4,331

• Hartford, $8,489

• Howland, $232,099

• Howland schools, $322,991

• Johnston, $20,921

• Kinsman, $11,172

• Lordstown schools, $120,360

• Mecca, $8,204

• Mesopotamia, $6,786

• Newton Township, $9,349

• Newton Falls schools,

• Southington, $9,189

• Southington schools, $25,638

• Vernon, $31,62

• Vienna, $55,345

• Warren Township, $49,313

• Weathersfield, $152,661

• Weathersfield schools, $61,851

• Hubbard Union Cemetery, $5,747

• Hubbard Township Park, $5,200

• Howland Township Park, $2,067

• Bristol Township Public Library, $1,085

• Joseph Badger schools, $43.312

• Girard Free Library, $6,455

• Mathews schools, $84,462

• Hubbard Public Library, $4,166

• Kinsman Free Public Library, $2,242

• Lakeview schools, $258,958

• Newton Falls Public Library, $2,205

• McKinley Memorial Library, $3,328

• Warren-Trumbull County Public Library, $22,683

• Maplewood schools, $127,287

• McDonald schools,$115,734

• LaBrae schools, $87,735

• Mahoning Valley Sanitary District, $170,900

• Hope Academy for Autism, $13,796

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