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Star Valley Ranch Granted $198K

December 11, 2012 Lincoln County, State of Wyoming No Comments
Star Valley Ranch

The US Department of Commerce has invested $7.3 million in Economic Development Administration grants to five states including Wyoming, to help communities in those states recover economically from recent natural disasters.  A $198,000 investment with the town of Star Valley Ranch, Wyoming, will fund the development of master plans for surface water, roads, and economic development. The town and its roadways were severely impacted by heavy floods from spring runoff in 2011 and subsequent erosion that caused extensive damage to the town’s businesses and infrastructure.  Federal officials say the projects are part of a $200 million appropriation made by Congress to EDA to help communities that received a major disaster designation in fiscal year 2011 with long-term economic and infrastructure recovery.

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