Rockville, MO, Aug 23, 2012 -- In a ceremony on August 23, 2012, Anita J. (Janie) Dunning, USDA Rural Development Missouri State Director, announced funding to City of Rockville to purchase a used road grader for the City to use in maintaining the city roads. City of Rockville received grant funds in the amount of $20,384 from USDA Rural Development’s Community Facility Grant. The city contributed $7,606 toward the total cost of $27,990.
“Maintenance of city roads is critical to communities in Missouri’s Fourth District and throughout the state,” said Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler. “I am pleased to see more than $20,000 in Rural Development funds being used to purchase a road grader that will be used by the City of Rockville to maintain city roads.”
Anyone seeking more information about the Economic Impact Initiative Grant program or any other USDA Rural Development programs may visit the homepage at http://www.rurdev.gov/mo or by contacting the Clinton Area Office at 1306 North 2nd Street, Clinton, MO 64735 or by calling (660) 885-5567, Ext. 4.
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