October 27, 2014
More than $6.6 million in funding, through the Competitive Grant Assistance Program (CGAP), will be awarded to 16 local units of government across Michigan in the second round of Fiscal Year 2014 funding. CGAP has helped offset local government costs associated with mergers, consolidations, inter-local agreements, and cooperative efforts among municipalities, authorities, and school districts.
“The municipalities that have been awarded funding in this round are continuing to take important steps toward cost-saving collaborations and in many cases, full consolidations of municipal services,” Gov. Rick Snyder said. “These kind of efforts are good for communities and residents who will benefit from increased cooperative partnerships and improved services and simultaneously good for taxpayers with the resulting savings.”
The following communities will receive CGAP Grants for the second round of Fiscal Year 2014, with projects and amounts noted:
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