Grimsby gets funding news to the tune of $435K

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Published July 14, 2021 at 7:44 pm

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Less than a week after the Town of Grimsby received a provincial grant of $16 million to help renovate and expand the Grimsby Peach King Centre, they were back at it with more funding news today (June 14).

On their social media, they posted, “The Town of Grimsby has received news of successful funding applications for 2 new capital investments: Installation of a new HVAC (eating, ventilation, and air conditioning) system at the Grimsby Public Library and Art Gallery, (as well as the) replacement of the Gibson Street pedestrian bridge.”

They went on to say the projects were being funded through the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) – COVID-19 Resilience Infrastructure Stream, “for a total award of $435,965 in federal and provincial funding.”

“Both of these projects will bring great value and benefit to the community,” their statement said.

(Photo of the Gibson Street Pedestrian Bridge courtesy of the Town of Grimsby)

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