Community Project Funding Program 2022 picks

Rep Kim Schrier, left and Leavenworth Mayor Carl Florea pose for a photo in front of the future building site of three affordable housing units in Leavenworth. The housing units were included in a list of 10 projects for which Schrier pur forth for federal funding. 

LEAVENWORTH — More than $11 million in federal funding will land in the 8th District, including two projects in Chelan County.

The funding is part of the Community Project Funding Program, which allows members of Congress to target federal funds toward projects and programs in their districts. Rep. Kim Schrier announced Friday that 10 projects from the district made the cut for the program, including $1.3 million for broadband expansion in Entiat and $940,000 for Leavenworth housing projects.



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