Delegation Announces Grants and Contracts to Alaska Programs
- $154,875 to the City of Kasaan in order to complete a Preliminary Engineering Report and Environmental Report to design a new water treatment plant and water tank.
- $75,000 to the Kokhanok Village Council in order to complete a Preliminary Engineering Report and an Environmental Report for a proposed project of water and sewer improvements.
- $52,126 to the Alaska State Troopers in order to continue funding a Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program.
- $150,000 to Kotlik Traditional Council for the development of tribal courts and training for tribal court staff.
- $572,000 to the Alaska Violent Crimes Compensation Board in order enhance victims compensation payments to eligible crime victims
- $1,495,000 to Geo-Watersheds Scientific, Fairbanks, Alaska.
- $1,459,000 to the Alaska Native Heritage Center for cultural, apprenticeship, educational and exchange programs for Native Alaskans with Native Hawaiians and their whaling and trading partners in Massachusetts.
- $951,000 to the Avant-Garde Learning Foundation to target the achievement gap in Alaska’s rural schools.
- $481,653 to the University of Alaska, Fairbanks to monitor the response of three mysticetes whale species to changes in their environment.
- $326,186 to the Seward Association for The Advancement of Marine Science at the Alaska Sealife Center in order to support the Mammal Stranding Program.
- $299,700 to the Alaska Sea Otter and Stellar Sea Lion Commission in order to support the Revised Stellar Sea Lion Recovery Plan and the Sea Lion Bio-Sampling Program.
- $149,850 to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game in order to support private industry participation in to international advisory groups, the Donut Hole Convention, and the Anadromous Fish Commission.
- $763,234 to the Fairbanks North Star Borough in order to upgrade the ADA facilities and Park and Ride scheme.
- $51,537 to Egegik Village in order to provide assistance in the development of affordable housing.
- $921,046 to Knik Tribal Council in order to provide assistance in the development of affordable housing.
- $49,715 to Pedro Bay Village in order to provide assistance in the development of affordable housing.
- $110,738 to Fort Wainwright in order to fund the Army Warrior in Transition Program: assisting soldiers and their families with medical, travel and other issues.
- $700,000 to the Alaska Department of Natural Resources in order to test for environmental contaminants in fish populations throughout Alaska.
# # #