BEYOND THE BELTWAY
Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Funds $245 Million Abandoned Mine Cleanup in Pennsylvania
Hardin County Investing $11.2 Million in Drainage System and First Responders
Springdale Investing $3 Million to Expand Medical Training Opportunities
Parksville Water District Receives $1.2 Million to Improve Water Systems
Welcome to Beyond The Beltway – our weekly highlight reel of public investment in action.
This week we have great news from public investments all around the country. From Kentucky and Arkansas, to Pennsylvania and Texas, the American Rescue Plan and Bipartisan Infrastructure Law are supporting families and boosting local economies.
Check out the stories you likely missed – all thanks to public investment…
PENNSYLVANIA: Gov. Tom Wolf announced that Pennsylvania will receive more than $245 million in funding from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to clean up abandoned mines across the commonwealth. [story]
TEXAS: Hardin County received $11.2 million in American Rescue Plan funds to improve drainage systems, reduce the impact of flooding, and upgrade communications systems for first responders. [story]
ARKANSAS: The Springdale City Council approved an investment of $3 million in American Rescue Plan funds to train young medical professionals, build new educational facilities, and remove barriers for students to achieve their educational and professional goals. [story]
KENTUCKY: The Parksville Water District received over $1.2 million in American Rescue Plan funds to upgrade its water systems and improve water service to residents. [story]
- MISSOURI: The City of Springfield will receive and invest $800,000 in American Rescue Plan funds to redevelop Lake Springfield, formerly the site of a power plant, improving quality of life for residents and boosting the economy. [story]
About Invest in America
Invest In America is a national rapid response operation advocating for robust public investment to rescue the economy from the COVID crisis and create prosperity for the future, and to fight back against fear-mongers who use deficit concerns as a scapegoat to starve American communities and businesses of resources.
The operation consists of two components: Invest in America, the charitable and public education arm, which is a fiscally sponsored project of Economic Security Project funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and Economic Security Project co-chair Chris Hughes; and Invest in America Action, the advocacy and social welfare arm, which is a fiscally sponsored project of Economic Security Project Action funded by Chris Hughes and the Omidyar Network.