Local funding for local priorities

Clearwater will receive a Small Community grant of $145,579

BC Government Caucus

KAMLOOPS – Kamloops and area will receive about $1,4 million as part of almost $40 million being invested into communities across B.C. to meet local needs including more policing, new equipment, increased community safety initiatives, infrastructure and service delivery priorities.

• Kamloops will receive $408,043 in traffic fine revenue.

• Clearwater will receive a Small Community grant of $145,579

• Barriere will receive a Small Community grant of $143,938.

• Chase will receive a Small Community grant of $142,945

• Sun Peaks will receive a Small Community grant of $81,867

• Thompson-Nicola Regional District will receive a Regional District grant of $49,504.

“This funding helps make our communities safer while easing the burden on taxpayers,” Kamloops-North Thompson MLA Terry Lake said. “These grants provide a significant boost for our communities and improve their overall quality of life.”

These are the first of two annual payments. A further payment of $75 million will be made in June 2015.

Since 2009, the Small Community, Regional District and Traffic Fine Revenue Sharing Grants have provided more than $718 million in funding to support B.C.

 

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