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Found dollars for Plymouth

October 30, 2013

PLYMOUTH - A gap in communication means more money for the city of Plymouth.

Plymouth City Attorney Sean Surrisi reported to the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety that the city had been approved for a grant through the Federal Emergency Management Agency similar to other grants that the city has taken advantage of to buy flood plain property.

Surrisi said the city was actually approved for the grant money during the summer but officials had never informed Plymouth government officials of the award.

For more on this grant and the plans for its use, read the Pilot News. To subscribe, call 574-936-3101. Print and e-edition subscriptions available.

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