Artcite Inc, Community Living Essex County, Hiatus House And Many Others Get Infrastructure Grants
Tuesday January 31st, 2017
Posted at 4:00pm
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Several projects from the Windsor-Essex are have been awarded grants under the Ontario150 Community Capital Program.
The Ontario150 Community Capital Program will help these not-for-profit organizations renovate, repair and retrofit existing community and cultural infrastructure.
Locally those awarded are:
Will use a grant of $250,000 over 2 months to resurface the existing trail infrastructure along the Chrysler Canada Greenway.
They will use a $84,000 grant over 9 months to repurpose outdoor space for women and children of all ages and replace play equipment.
A $5,500 grant used over 4 months to replace the windows and doors at the centre with more energy-efficient versions.
Delivering improved infrastructure with a $100,000 grant over 2 months to install a new, engineered ductwork distribution system at the Vollmer Recreation Complex.
Windsor-Essex Therapeutic Riding Association:
Will see a $26,000 grant over 1 month to install a more accessible paved parking lot.