Mark Grisanti's posts related to Community Reinvestment

Senator Grisanti successful in increasing CHIPS funding for his entire district

Senator Mark Grisanti(R,I-60) was successful in his fight to increase CHIPS funding for the 60th Senate District. The New York State Senate today concluded its passage of the 2013-14 state budget that delivers an on time budget with CHIPS (Consolidated Highway Improvement Projects) increases in every single City, Town and Village located in  Senator Grisanti's district. The increase is over $1.162 Million from the previous year.

"I am proud to announce that every City, Town and Village in my district received an increase in CHIPS funding. Since day one it has been about bringing jobs and resources back to Western New York. I will never stop fighting for Western New York," said Senator Mark Grisanti.

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Senator Mark Grisanti Announces Grants For Buffalo & Erie County Public Libraries

New York State Senator Mark Grisanti brought good news to local libraries this afternoon when he announced $128,000 in  grants through the "Bullet Aid" targeted education fund for libraries.

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Grisanti Announces $400,000 In Funding For Tonawanda

Senator Mark Grisanti (R, I-60) announced today that he has secured funding for the Town of Tonawanda that will be used for environmental, public safety and parks and recreation projects that will enhance and improve conditions in the town while accomplishing budgetary relief and increasing efficiency.

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Grisanti And Ryan Announce State Library Construction Grant For Hamburg Public Library

 New York State Senator Mark Grisanti and New York State Assemblyman Sean Ryan announced that the Hamburg Public Library will receive a New York State Library Construction Grant of $449,399. Funding for this grant was included in the state budget passed earlier this year. Libraries across the state applied for competitive construction grants that could fund up to 75 percent of the cost for a project. The minimum grant award was $2,500. The funding is awarded by the New York State Department of Education, Division of Library Development.

 

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