Federal grants

Broadband is imperative for everyone

“The Broadband Imperative” was a well-attended and aptly named session at this week’s NASCIO Midyear event, providing even more evidence of the growing importance of connectivity for all highlighted last year. Data from the NASCIO survey also supports this claim: Its registration in 2021 with state information officials revealed a …

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Federal grant awarded to Wahoo Airport | Community

LINCOLN – Recently, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) of the United States Department of Transportation announced that it will provide Nebraska with more than $ 12.6 million in federal grants under the FY2021 Airport Improvement Program (AIP). The grants will fund runway and taxiway improvements, navigation aids, snow removal equipment …

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Cr Robyn Gulline: key factor in attracting government grants

Thank you to community members who have provided and continue to provide feedback on the Council’s many “Speak Up” opportunities. I look forward to receiving the community vision of the Deliberative Committee and its contribution to the board plan, long term financial plan and asset management plan. I understand that …

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Local grants help desperate restaurants make ends meet

Restaurants and bars are reopening statewide, but 14 months of rent arrears and other debts incurred during the pandemic have left the industry increasingly desperate for any form of help. Earlier this month, restaurateurs could start applying for a $ 28.6 billion Federal Restaurant Revitalization Fund grant, but in 10 …

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Plymouth Township Trustees Approve Addition of Park

Dogs will be permitted in a Plymouth Township park for the first time in recent memory, but with a catch that will prohibit playing fetch. The Township Board of Directors voted 5-2 (Trustees Chuck Curmi and Mark Clinton cast dissenting votes) on April 27 to officially declare a triangular section …

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Hempstead teachers, along with supporters, rally for raise

Hempstead School District teachers and supporters rallied outside headquarters on Monday to urge Acting Superintendent Regina Armstrong to negotiate a contract that would align teachers’ salaries with those of neighboring districts. Hempstead Classroom Teachers Association president Nicole Brown said her members haven’t had a raise since 2010 and their contracts …

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‘I hope this will be one of the reasons we can stay in business’: the opening of the registration of federal grants to help small businesses affected by the pandemic

MURRELLS INLET, SC (WBTW) – On the one hand, more than 100,000 restaurants across the country have closed since the start of the pandemic, and part of the latest stimulus bill will allow restaurants to ask for up to 5 million dollars each. Restaurant owners can get grants equal to …

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OFCCP Weekly Review: May 2021 | DirectEmployers Association

Monday April 26, 2021: The director of OFCCP prepares the ground for what is to come: the selection methodology for CSALS and OFCCP audits continues OFCCP director Jenny Yang started DEAMcon21 (DirectEmployers Annual Meeting Conference 2021) with a bang! Prior to a record-breaking virtual turnout from DE members, partners, and …

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Local restaurants are now eligible for federal relief funds

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) – Navigating the pandemic has not been easy for G&G Caribbean. The 20-year-old company has gone through some of the same hardships many small businesses went through during the pandemic. Supervisor Vanessa Sutherland says the Restaurant Revitalization Grant would be able to help their business with things …

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Graves, Scalise and Ducks Unlimited Announce Nearly $ 5 Million in Federal Grants for the Conservation of Louisiana’s Wetlands and Waterfowl Habitat – Picayune Article

WASHINGTON DC – Members of Congress Garret Graves and Steve Scalise, as well as Ducks Unlimited South Region Director Jerry Holden, announced the receipt of Ducks Unlimited $ 4,701,013 in return for federal grants to restore coastal wetlands and improve wildlife habitat in southern Louisiana. Grants from the United States …

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Fraud at Olelo is a hard lesson for nonprofits

How two executives allegedly worked together to use their positions to hijack and defraud the government of over $ 1.3 million, including CARES Act grants, should serve as a cautionary tale for nonprofits. and government offices. “If you are a board member of a nonprofit organization, you want to make …

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