District distributes $225,000 in grants

The Mesa County Federal Mineral Lease District has awarded $225,000 in grants.

The district awarded a traditional grant of $100,000 to Mesa County Public Libraries for its east library project and a grant of $75,000 to the Clifton Sanitation District for sewer line rehabilitation. The district awarded a mini-grant of $50,000 to the City of Fruita for infrastructure improvements.

The  Mesa County Federal Mineral Lease District distributes federal mineral leasing funds to local public entities to support infrastructure, construction and public service projects that address the effects of energy development in the area. Grants are available under a traditional program to support large-scale public works and capital projects. The mini-grant program awards up to $50,000 to fund smaller projects.

Grant applications and information are available from www.mesaFML.org.

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