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Recovery Act paid $215 million in 4th district, $73 million in Pulaski County
Recovery Act paid $215 million in 4th district, $73 million in Pulaski County

Congressman Ike Skelton
WASHINGTON, D.C. (Aug. 17, 2009) — Congressman Ike Skelton (D-Mo.) announced that today marks six months since the President signed H.R. 1, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, into law. Congress approved the legislation on Feb. 13. Since its passage, Missouri’s Fourth Congressional District has received over $215 million in Recovery Act funding.

“I am so pleased that communities throughout the Fourth District have secured Recovery Act funding for several important projects. The law is funding a new police vehicle for the Richland Police Department, addressing several maintenance issues at Stockton Lake, repairing 10 barracks at Fort Leonard Wood, and putting thirty-six youth to work in Johnson County. Many of the projects will increase access to community health centers, renovate schools, and upgrade roads and bridges in the District. Other projects will significantly improve quality of life for rural Missourians. These projects will save and create jobs, and will generate revenue for families and businesses throughout the Fourth District,” said Skelton.

The Recovery Act is a comprehensive stimulus plan that includes more than $288 billion in tax cuts and $499 billion in stimulus spending and is designed to reduce the length and severity of the recession and its impact on the American people and our national security.

A complete list of Recovery projects secured in Pulaski County is attached. A list of projects in the Fourth District is available online by visiting www.house.gov/skelton or by visiting www.recovery.gov.

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PULASKI COUNTY
Total projects: $73,031,937

Department of Agriculture projects
City of Richland: $31,100 for community facilities program
Richland Police Department: $16,500 for a police vehicle

Department of Defense projects
Fort Leonard Wood: $65,159,000 for military construction and facility improvement
Fort Leonard Wood: $3,758,000 for military construction and facility improvement

Department of Education
Waynesville R-VI School District: $967,854 for impact aid construction formula grant program

Department of Health and Human Services
Richland Medical Center, Inc.: $578,440 for capital improvement program
Richland Medical Center, Inc.: $1,300,000 for community health center grant
Richland Medical Center, Inc.: $231,373 for community health center grant

Department of Housing and Urban Development
Richland Housing Development Authority: $160,670

Department of Transportation
Highway 28, Pulaski/Maries counties: $829,000 repair and improvements

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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