San Diego Welcomes $37 Million in Federal Funding for Stormwater Projects
Mayor Todd Gloria Wednesday met with officials from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the State Water Resources Control Board in Mission Beach to announce $37 million in funding.

Brightspeed Awarded $5.6M in Grant Funding, Expands High-Speed Internet Access in Nine Indiana Counties
Indiana’s Next Level Connections Broadband Grant Program awarded Brightspeed five grants that will fund the expansion of Brightspeed’s fiber network build to an additional 3,300 locations.

Resilient SRQ announces $55 million in Ian relief funding for Sarasota County homeowners
Sarasota County announced the launch of its Housing Recovery Program — a $55 million pool to aid eligible homeowners still recovering from Hurricane Ian damage.

EPA awards $1.9 million grant to enhance recycling program in Hampton Roads
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has allocated a $1,965,525 grant to the public awareness initiative.

Knoxville, Ijams get $225,000 federal grant to fight back against invasive plant species
A federal grant of $225,000 will help Knoxville and Ijams Nature Center to fight the invasion of non-native plant species that have taken over the city's parks and greenways.

Cherry Fork receives $2.9 million in state funding for critical Wastewater Infrastructure upgrades
The Adams County Board of Commissioners will receive a $2,969,440 grant to complete sanitary sewer improvements in the Cherry Fork area. This area was deemed a public health nuisance by the Ohio EPA.

Brown County Board approves $3.2 million tourism funds for new ice rink, turf, sports facilities
WI - Brown County Board voted to award $3.2 million in tourism grants to seven organizations ranging from $100,000 to $1 million.

Miami-Dade County Receives Over $13.5 million to Improve Digital Equity in Rural Areas
Miami-Dade County has received over $13.5 million in digital equity grant funding as part of the Florida Commerce Office of Broadband’s first round of subgrants.

City of Indio says public feedback is critical in process to apply for $2M state grant for city improvements
The City of Indio was looking for public feedback on safe routes to schools and community connections around the city. In order to garner public opinion, the city posted a link on their Facebook Page with a survey.

This Central Georgia dirt road is getting $6.6 million in state funding
More than $6 million is paving the way for road improvements in Peach County.

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