Project Funding

Tunnel under the Fulton project on track for 2022

JACKSON TWP. – Planners say a long-discussed project to build a pedestrian tunnel under Fulton Drive NW between Jackson High School and North Park is on track next summer. Sarah Buell, head of projects and administration at Stark Parks, said contractors are moving utility lines so that they are not …

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What is possible | MUSK | Charleston, South Carolina

Sponsored by the Office of Innovation, the What is possible? The Coupon Program is a competitive funding opportunity designed to enable the development, pilot testing and evaluation of up to ten (10) MUSC Health Innovation pillar goal projects in the Charleston Division during this exercise. Note: Only one voucher per …

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The deadline to apply for the $ 5,000 energy efficiency grant is September 30

September 18, 2021, 7:51 PM HST PC: Hawai’i Energy Hawai’i Energy is accepting applications for its EmPOWER Grants Program, designed specifically for nonprofits and small businesses that pursue energy efficiency projects at their facilities to reduce energy use, increase resilience and , ultimately, reduce their operating costs. “Many Hawai’i businesses …

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A financial study boosts the Bison World project

The financial forecasts were made by Eide Bailly under contract with Jamestown / Stutsman Development Corp. “Almost all of the projected financial benefits will flow to the state in the form of income or taxes from the Legacy Fund into the general fund if the investment is made from the …

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Librarian wants school magazines for students

COLUMBUS COUNTY, NC (WECT) – After a brief summer break, the WECT Community Classroom is back! Every Tuesday on WECT News at 6 a.m., a local teacher’s DonorsChoose project is featured on the news. DonorsChoose is an online charity that helps teachers raise funds for school supplies and projects. Charity …

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Commissioners hold busy meeting on August 2

The Adams County Council of Commissioners met in regular session on August 2, 2021 at the Government Center in the presence of the following members: Diane Ward, Barbara Moore and Ty Pell. The meeting was opened by President Ward and opened with prayer and the pledge of allegiance led by …

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$ 6.1 million grant supports virus research at AU

FAYETTEVILLE – A $ 6.1 million grant from the National Science Foundation will establish a research institute at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, to study how viruses fundamentally interact with living hosts in different types of life . Ruben Michael Ceballos, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences, will lead the AU’s …

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Pipestone increases general fund balance in 2020

The Town of Pipestone added $ 83,893 to its general fund balance in fiscal 2020, which ended December 31, 2020.This information was part of the audit report presented by Matt Taubert, along with Meulebroeck, Taubert & Co., PLLP, at a special city council meeting on July 22. Taubert said the …

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Depoe Bay Approves ARPA Funding for Wells | New

Depoe Bay has requested approximately $ 332,000 in American Rescue Plan Act grant funds to help improve the city’s water infrastructure by contributing to a project that will help rehabilitate two city-owned wells and connect them to its existing water supply system. Depoe Bay City Council, at its Tuesday night …

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East Grand Forks to Swap Federal Road Funding

City administrator David Murphy told city council members on Tuesday August 3 that the Minnesota Department of Transportation could negotiate an agreement between the city and Polk County that would indicate $ 860,000 in federal highway funding. sub-goal ”that would otherwise go to the city in 2022 to a county …

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Second round of tenders closer to the brand | Greene County

GREENVILLE – The second round of tenders resulted in lower bids for the city’s water and sewer extension project, city supervisor Paul Macko said. “We had a conference call with the EFC (Environmental Facilities Corporation) this morning at 11:30 am,” Macko said on Monday, referring to the organization providing much …

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Norway’s support strategy offers a glimmer of hope

SOUTHINGTON, Connecticut – Norway has had approx 133,367 cases of COVID-19 with 88,952 recoveries as of July 13. The country has experienced more than one COVID-19 lockdown in recent months. The January lockdown included plans for slowly loosen business and education restrictions while organizations distribute COVID-19 relief supplies as part …

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Launch of a fundraising project for medical students

LAHORE: A “Pharmevo Clinical Research Grant” initiative has been launched to provide grants to young healthcare professionals and students to initiate new research projects in their respective fields in order to find indigenous solutions to diseases and health problems in Pakistan here on Wednesday. According to a press release, the …

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Lawmakers allocate US $ 31 million for broadband

The Arkansas Legislative Council and its co-chairs on Friday authorized the state’s Commerce Department to use up to $ 31 million in federal coronavirus relief funds from the US Rescue Plan for broadband subsidies. The council’s action was taken after Gov. Asa Hutchinson initially refused a recommendation from a subcommittee …

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New Braunfels and Comal County call for local contribution to region’s mobility projects | Community alert

Residents mired in increasingly noisy pedestrian and vehicular traffic jams now have the opportunity to promote New Braunfels and Comal County mobility projects for state and federal funding. The Alamo Region Metropolitan Planning Organization, which directs state and federal funding towards mobility projects in Bexar, Comal, Guadalupe and Kendall counties, …

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New Braunfels City Council Gives Green Light for Funding Business Center and Trail Map | Community alert

New Braunfels City Council members on Monday approved recommendations from the New Braunfels Economic Development Corporation board of directors that will help design part of the Dry Comal Creek bike and hiking trail and keep the children’s center running. city ​​businesses. Members approved a project expense recommendation of up to …

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Lafayette is proud, restores cultural funding, more discussions on drainage and new rules for waste, landfill and development • The current

Here is a selection of items on the agenda for this week’s municipal and parish council meetings. To see the full programs, see the links below. municipal Council Ad LGBTQ + Pride Month proclamation. As Mayor-President Josh Guillory refuses to declare June Pride Month, continuing to claim it is “unnecessarily …

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Department of State U.S. Embassy Kathmandu, Nepal Funding Opportunity Notice (NOFO)

Program office: Public Affairs Section, U.S. Embassy KathmanduTitle of the funding opportunity: Combating disinformation through information literacyType of news : GrantFunding Opportunity Number: PAS-KTM-NOFO-21-01Application deadline: Friday, July 16, 2021, 5:00 p.m. Kathmandu time.CFDA Number: 19,040 For questions / concerns and assistance regarding the requirements of this NOFO, write to [email protected]

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