USDA Invests $982,000 for Rural Michigan
Mon, 22 Nov 2021 06:02:00 EST

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently announced that the Department is investing $86 million to improve equitable access to jobs, business opportunities, education, housing and health care for people who live and work in rural areas.

Michigan has 20 projects that total $982,000 in funding. Among them is the Alcona County Commission on Aging, who will use a $50,000 grant to purchase information technology equipment to replace older, obsolete systems.

Also, The City of Cheboygan, in Cheboygan County, will use a $25,000 grant purchase a patrol vehicle as well as Iosco County with a $13,800 grant for the same purchase.


   

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