Daines Secures Over $4 Million to Bolster Montana Housing Infrastructure, Community Development Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic
U.S. SENATE – U.S. Senator Steve Daines today announced that $4,039,203 will be directed to Montana through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program to support housing needs and infrastructure development for Montana communities during the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.
“This critical funding is about supporting Montana’s housing infrastructure needs and community development during the ongoing COVD-19 pandemic,” Daines said. “I’m glad to have worked to secure this critical support for our communities and I will continue working to ensure the needs of Montana are met during these challenging times.”
Daines fought to secure $5 billion for the CDBG in the CARES Act. These funds support public health, housing and economic disruption needs in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Of the $4,039,203, $522,153 will be distributed to the City of Billings, $236,375 to the City of Great Falls, $365,227 to the City of Missoula and $2,915,448 will be distributed to the State of Montana.
Daines has been leading the efforts in Congress to respond to the coronavirus outbreak impacting the country. To read about Daines’ COVID-19 related efforts, click HERE.
On May 6th, 2020, Daines announced that $3,325,357 will be directed to Montana through the CDBG program to support housing needs and infrastructure development for Montana communities during the coronavirus outbreak.
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