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Here’s list of $70 million in projects picked by legislators for their districts

Charles Megginson Government, Headlines

 

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The General Assembly has posted the list of its $70 million in community redevelopment projects picked by individual legislators.

 

The list of projects included in the Delaware General Assembly’s $70 million community redevelopment grants includes $2 million for a private school stadium, $1.6 million for the Delaware Agricultural Museum and $1.35 million for the Nanticoke Indian Association.

Community redevelopment funds are one-time allocations which legislators earmark for nonprofits, schools, and community agencies in their districts.

The itemized list of recipients was not included in the Bond Bill when it was passed by the General Assembly and signed by Gov. John Carney. 

Bond bill committee members offered assurances that the list would be made available to the public as soon as it was finished being collated by the Controller General’s office.

It was posted Thursday on the General Assembly’s website.

The City of Wilmington received the largest amount with $6.3 million, with $4 million going to the phase two renovations of Rodney Square.

The Salesianum School’s Abessinio Stadium, which recently underwent a massive renovation, received $2 million.

The Delaware Agricultural Museum plans to spend the money on capital improvements.

The Nanticoke association will use the money to renovate its community center and museum.

Listed alphabetically, here are some notable expenditures within the list:

  • Salesianum School’s Abessinio Stadium, $2 million
  • Boys and Girls Clubs of Delaware, $1.27 million
  • City of Dover, $1.28 million
  • City of Newark, $1.28 million
  • City of Wilmington, $6.3 million
  • Delaware Agricultural Museum, $1.6 million
  • DNREC, $2.68 million
  • Forum to Advance Minorities in Engineering, $2.8 million
  • Harrington Senior Center, $1.5 million
  • Latin American Community Center, $2 million
  • Wilmington Ministry of Caring, $1.5 million
  • Nanticoke Indian Association, $1.35 million
  • New Castle County, $2.58 million
  • Police Athletic League of Wilmington, $1.2 million
  • Wilmington Riverfront Development Corp., $1.7 million
  • True Access Capital Northeast Wilmington Revitalization Fund, $2 million

A full list of community redevelopment fund recipients can be found here.

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