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Yelm receives another annual $10,000 Port of Olympia grant

“Port of Olympia Invests in Thurston County’s Small Cities”

“Bucoda, Rainier, Tenino and Yelm projects get a financial boost”

“At its March 25 meeting, the Commission awarded Bucoda, Rainier, Tenino, and Yelm $10,000 each, for community and economic development investments, as part of the Port’s Small Cities Program.

“Launched in 2010, the Small Cities Program provides gap funding for community and economic development initiatives in incorporated Thurston County cities with fewer than 15,000 residents. The four cities will use the funding to help implement the following projects:

  • Bucoda will purchase event equipment to support and expand both the popular Annual Haunted House as well an outdoor event space.
  • Rainier will continue to renovate and preserve the historic Rainier School and Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church for event and activity space rentals.
  • Tenino will continue with construction of a shaded pavilion dedicated to the needs of bicyclists. The pavilion will feature water-bottle filling stations, seating, bike racks and minor repair facilities.
  • Yelm will purchase emergency notification message boards that will be used to residents, as well as passing motorists, of an emergency or planned event that will impact the community.

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Posted by Steve on March 30, 2019 at 12:01 am | Permalink

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