USDA Awards $380,000 To City Of Dunn

DUNN – United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Deputy Secretary Dr. Jewel Bronaugh today announced USDA is investing $19 million to build and improve critical community facilities in North Carolina. Grants were awarded today for projects in 17 communities across the state.

The City of Dunn will use $280,000 in loans and $100,000 in grants in Community Facilities combinations to purchase new public works vehicles and equipment as well as four new police and an animal control vehicle. The new public works equipment will include a bobcat track loader, tier four forestry kit, disc mulcher, utility tractor and four new utility trucks.

“The Biden-Harris Administration has made investing in infrastructure improvements a top priority,” Bronaugh said.

“Rural Development is in a unique position the help rural communities of North Carolina rebuild infrastructure and be able to provide essential services,” said Rural Development State Director Reginald Speight.


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