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Skelton says Recovery Act budgets $32 million for road projects in his district
Skelton says Recovery Act budgets $32 million for road projects in his district

Congressman Ike Skelton
WASHINGTON, D.C. (May 8, 2009) — Today, Congressman Ike Skelton (D-Mo.) announced that the Missouri Department of Transportation will release more than $32 million in road construction projects in Missouri’s Fourth Congressional District. These funds were made available by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

“I was pleased to learn that communities throughout the Fourth District will receive Recovery Act funding for several road improvement, bridge construction, and road resurfacing projects. These projects will create jobs, but will also improve highway safety, which is particularly important for rural Missourians who tend to travel greater distances to work or take care of family business,” said Skelton.

The road construction projects in Missouri’s Fourth Congressional District include:

• Barton County, Route 71, $4,516,427
• Barton County, Route 71, $3,667,352
• Barton County, Route 71, $3,681,745
• Bates County, Route 52, $212,207
• Bates County, Route 71, $5,096,727
• Benton County, Route 7, $5,026,449
• Benton County, Route 83, $2,399,215
• Benton County, Route 65, $1,497,731
• Cass County, Route 2, $504,708
• Cole/Boone Counties, Route O, $289,969
• Henry County, Route 52, $509,559
• Johnson County, Route 131, $1,209,709
• Moniteau County, Route 87, $485,179
• Polk County, Route 215, $433,621
• Polk/Greene Counties, Route H, $1,993,027
• St. Clair County, Route 52, $192,376
• Webster County, Route PP/FF, $79,771
• Webster County, Route K, $60,131
• Webster County, Route B, $226,669

More information about the funding is available online at www.modot.org/readytogo and at www.recovery.gov

Congressman Ike Skelton (D-Mo.) serves as Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee. Congressman Skelton’s website is at http://www.house.gov/skelton.

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