Federal Mineral Lease District spring grants announced
The Garfield County Federal Mineral Lease District board has announced nearly $1.4 million in awards for its spring 2014 grant cycle.
Traditional Grant Program
City of Rifle, 16th Street reconstruction — $125,000
Garfield County Public Library District, Rifle Branch meeting room — $87,000
Grand River Hospital District Emergency Room remodel — $250,000
Parachute/Battlement Mesa Park & Rec Community Park, surfacing/landscaping — $295,000
Roaring Fork School District facility upgrades — $200,000
New Castle street resurfacing — $109,000
Mini Grant Program
Battlement Mesa Metropolitan District, Grand Valley Rec Center concrete repair — $22,600
Glenwood Springs Municipal Airport runway and apron — $25,000
Rifle Community Television — $25,000
Garfield Clean Energy, Western Slope compressed natural gas education — $25,000
Garfield County Public Library District, induction hearing loop — $25,000
Garfield County School District 16, mental health expansion project — $7,600
Garfield School District Re-2, LED wallpack lighting — $25,000
Parachute/Battlement Mesa Parks & Rec, Community Park surfacing/landscaping — $25,000
Rifle Housing Authority Phase IV window replacement — $16,000
Ross Montessori School, school bus — $25,000
Town of Carbondale, regional bike park — $25,000
New Castle, sidewalk repair and replacement — $24,840
Town of Parachute, paperless board packet project — $6,000
Silt Police Department, technology upgrades — $20,025
Two Rivers Community School renovation — $25,000
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