Southern Colorado city receives $1 million grant to cleanup community
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Brownsfield division is funding a $1 million grant to the City of Pueblo for them to reinvest in the community.

Michigan economic development board approves $250 million for Genesee site
A Michigan economic development board Tuesday approved hundreds of millions of dollars in public funding to prepare a massive site for advanced manufacturing near Flint.

The City of Troy receives nearly $13 million in federal funding for lead pipe replacement
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is highlighting nearly $13 million in federal funding for Troy’s lead service line replacement effort.

El Paso and Teller counties to see $66 million in grants to address opioid epidemic
El Paso and Teller counties are expected to receive $66 million through 2038 to address the opioid epidemic, a scourge that has claimed hundreds of thousands of lives nationally.

USDA gives Lake County $16 million to prepare for fire season
As fire risk escalates heading into summer, Lake County is getting some help in taking preventative measures for residents through a $16 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Sturgis gets $2 million federal grant for wastewater treatment plant
More than $2 million in federal funding has been awarded to a Union County community in Western Kentucky, as part of the government funding bill and the bipartisan infrastructure law

Emporia listed in EPA's $1.5 million grant to clean up Kansas brownfield sites
Three Emporia locations will receive federal funding intended to help expedite the assessment and cleanup of brownfield sites in Kansas.

$10 million in grants awarded to Washington arts and culture nonprofits
Donors announced Tuesday that $10 million in grants will go toward more than 800 arts and culture nonprofits across the Washington state.

Louisville nonprofit plans to use $5.5 million grant to provide support for single moms
A local organization just received $5.5 million to ensure that single Black moms in Louisville get the support they need.

U.S. Forest Service awards over $5.6 million for wildfire prevention in Hawaii
In a step towards wildfire prevention, U.S. Senator Mazie K. Hirono announced that the U.S. Forest Service is providing more than $5.6 million in funding to aid Hawaii's efforts in planning for and preventing wildfires.

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