Michigan’s Economic Rebound Programs See Millions in New Funds

Forty-one million dollars in taxpayer-funded relief have been approved to bolster Michigan’s flagging economy. A Detroit-based automotive supplies company will receive a two million dollar grant to aid in it’s expansion. This money comes as businesses across the state struggle to deal with the new stresses of the COVID economy and various programs try to fight the downturn.

The Michigan Strategic Fund (MSF) has approved two community upkeep and revitalization initiatives and made changes to the Michigan Community Development Block Grant program. These changes reportedly allow “the use of $41.9 million in federal CDBG CARES Act funding.”

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EGLE Awards $1 Million Grant to Detroit to Boost Recycling Education

The City of Detroit was awarded nearly $1 million in grants earlier this month as part of an expansion in recycling education. The grant is part of a first-ever public-private collaboration to increase state recycling costing $2.2 million.

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