Congresswoman TLF secures dollars for CD3
Jan 25, 2023 | Uncategorized
|Community Funding Projects
The law includes $23.5 million in specific Community Project Funding for New Mexico’s 3rd Congressional District. The 15 projects Leger Fernandez championed include:
- $550,000 for the Chama water treatment plant improvements.
- $2 million for the Collaborative for Higher Education Shared Services (CHESS) for a cybersecurity shared services program at Clovis Community College, Mesalands Community College, Northern New Mexico College, San Juan College, and Santa Fe Community College.
- $3 million for the County of Taos Detox Center.
- $1.6 million for Cuba Health Center Workforce Housing.
- $750,000 for the Homeownership Assistance Voucher Program through Homewise, based in Santa Fe.
- $960,000 for the One Generation Indigenous Farm Hub.
- $750,000 for the Mora County Hub for Community-based Services through HELP NM.
- $3 million for the Navajo Nation’s Shiprock Home for Women and Children.
- $750,000 for New Mexico Highlands University School of Social Work Center of Excellence and Native American Social Studies Institute.
- $750,000 for the Northwest New Mexico Council of Government’s Greater Gallup Industrial Workforce program to transition and re-skill workers into the industrial industry.
- $3 million for the Raton Film Studio and Education Center.
- $640,000 for the Santa Clara Pueblo Riverside Water Conveyance, Water Treatment, and Wastewater Facility.
- $1.5 million for the Santo Domingo Pueblo Wastewater Distribution System.
- $4 million for the Taos Pueblo Spider Rock Road Improvement Project.
- $267,000 for Curry County Virtual Reality Training Simulators.
The bill also includes numerous other provisions the congresswoman championed, including an additional $1.45 billion for wildfire relief in New Mexico. The funding package will create good-paying American jobs, grow opportunities for the middle class and small businesses and provide a lifeline for working families.
You can find more information here.
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