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Income surveys help city receive funding

April 18, 2012

Photo by Victoria Stanish - George Street in downtown St. Marys is one of the areas where old sewer lines will be replaced as part of a multi-year project funded mainly by CDBG money. The city needs residents to complete 34 more income surveys before sending the application for CDBG funding to the state for review.

As many residents are aware, the City of St. Marys has been conducting a city-wide income survey since last month in order to help St. Marys qualify for more projects using Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding.
The application for CDBG funding requires 400 completed surveys; St. Marys Community and Economic Development Director Tina Gradizzi said only 34 more are needed to reach that goal. The deadline to submit the application to the state Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) is Friday, April 27, and the surveys need to be completed before then.

Comments

Frankly speaking I don't

April 18, 2012 by Francis80 (not verified), 2 years 20 hours ago
Comment: 352

Frankly speaking I don't quite get how this survey can help, but still I'm glad that the City of St. Marys authorities have a lot of projects on improving the life of its citizens. Thanks a lot for the post!
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