Riverside And Flanders To Receive Lion's Share Of Community Development Block Grant Funds - 27 East

Riverside And Flanders To Receive Lion’s Share Of Community Development Block Grant Funds

authorGreg Wehner on Nov 12, 2019
The Southampton Town Board, in anticipation of receiving $250,000 in Community Development Grant money, voted on Tuesday to allocate $170,000, or 68 percent of the money, to projects in the... more

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