The City of Fenton in conjunction with Southern Lakes Parks & Recreation, Fenton Township, the City of Linden and the LAFF Pathway organization are set to apply for County, State & Federal TAP (Transportation Alternatives Programs) grants.
$108,000 locally raised dollars could get $732,000 grant dollars!
LAFF Pathway $48,000
Southern Lakes Parks & rec $15,000
City of Fenton $15,000
Total so far: $78,000
Only $30,000 more to go! - Sounds like a lot? Its actually only $5,000 per year over the next 3 years for the remaining municipalities.
Remaining entities expected to contribute to meet the local match requirements:
Fenton Township - Voting Monday Sept 17th, 7:30pm - Fenton Township Hall (lower level), 12060 Mantawauka Drive, Fenton.
City of Linden - Voting Monday, September 24th, 7pm - Linden Council Chamber, 201 N. Main Street, Linden.
We need your support, by attending either or both of the above meetings where a vote will be taken to provide identical financial support for this TAP grant. If you're available - please attend and offer encouragement to support the largest regional project of our time.
LET’S PUT IT ON THE GROUND
LAFF Pathway supports the development, funding, construction, safe use and preservation of non-motorized pathways in the Linden, Argentine,