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Humphreys’ supes get ARRA funds

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has announced the selection of nearly $66.4 million in essential community facilities projects in 33 states, including Mississippi, that are being funded immediately with federal funds provided through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

This is the third wave of Recovery Act community facilities investments announced by U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Mississippi awards are: City of Eupora ($422,000 loan and grant); Humphreys County Board of Supervisors ($519,917 loan and grant); Rosemary’s Daycare and Learning Center ($236,750 loan and grant); Town of Renova ($232,200 loan and grant); Benoit School District ($59,600 grant); Choctaw County Board of Supervisors ($44,880 grant); City of Kosciusko ($25,949 grant); City of Macon ($27,500 grant); City of Macon ($42,900 grant); City of Sardis ($4,900 grant); City of Shelby ($10,300 grant, $44,600 grant); Holmes County School District ($99,900 grant); Jefferson County Board of Supervisors ($90,548 grant); Leflore County Board of Supervisors ($60,600 grant); Mercy Project Inc. ($43,271 grant); Noxubee County Board of Supervisors ($65,170 grant, $63,250 grant); Oak Grove/St. Paul VFD ($93,000 grant); Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors ($20,601 grant); St. Andrews Mission Inc. ($60,000 grant); Sunflower County Board of Supervisors ($28,000 grant); Town of Ackerman ($25,190 grant); Town of Heidelberg ($100,000 grant); Town of Oakland ($37,085 grant); Town of Vardaman ($7,923 grant); Town of Walnut ($12,130 grant); Tunica Board of Supervisors ($90,000 grant); United Community Action Committee Inc. ($81,906 grant); Benton County Board of Supervisors ($120,000 grant); Town of Bude ($18,580 grant); City of Charleston ($39,905 grant); City of Charleston ($63,750 grant); City of McComb ($23,815 grant); Montgomery County Board of Supervisors ($10,375 grant); Town of Pickens ($75,000 grant); Town of Tishomingo ($19,704 grant); Tunica County Board of Supervisors ($92,200 grant); Town of Sunflower ($24,661 grant); Cayce-Marshall County VFD ($45,000 loan); and, Tunica Board of Supervisors ($90,800 grant).

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