Local Initiatives Approved

Senator Bradley Announces Budget Approval for Local Initiatives
Senator Rob Bradley (R) district 5 said, “This year’s state budget included financing for the Keystone lake restoration project and $50 million for springs restoration. We also fought for several local initiatives that positively impact the economic and environmental future of north Florida.” Two of those projects included Inglis-Yankeetown and $650 thousand in improvements to the Yankeetown Boat Ramp at the end of Hwy 40.  $500k was approved to fund a study for an Inglis Sub Regional wastewater treatment plant, and $300 thousand in Marion County for  Dunnellon downtown infrastructure improvements.

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