Governor Phil Scott and the Agency of Commerce and Community Development (ACCD) announced over $4 million in funding to support rehabilitation and revitalization projects in designated downtown and village centers. Among the recipients are four Northeast Kingdom projects. A total of 31 supported projects in the state are expected to generate over $150 million in building and public infrastructure improvements, according to the governor’s office and ACCD. “These projects support local communities with basic needs – like housing, sites for businesses to grow, and healthcare services – which improve the economic vitality of our community centers,” said Governor Scott.
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