Public works

Funding available for community groups

Posted 4/13/22

SULLIVAN COUNTY — The Sullivan County Legislature approved $54,100 in the first round of the Plans & Progress program.

A second round of funding, with $45,900 available, will be awarded. …

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Funding available for community groups

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SULLIVAN COUNTY — The Sullivan County Legislature approved $54,100 in the first round of the Plans & Progress program.

A second round of funding, with $45,900 available, will be awarded. Applications for those funds are due by 4 p.m. on Friday, May 6.

The Plans & Progress program will grant up to $10,000 per group to assist local municipalities, community groups and nonprofit organizations throughout Sullivan County. Projects should involve tourism, community and economic development, image enhancement, trails development, health improvement, agricultural and farmland protection and other community goals.

Completed applications can be submitted electronically or delivered to the Division of Planning and Community Development, County Government Center, 100 North Street, Monticello, NY 12701.

Applications will be accepted until all funds are committed.

The program guidelines and the application form are available on the county website at sullivanny.us, under Planning/Community Development and Housing.

For more information and to get your questions answered, email Planning@sullivanny.us, or call 845/807-0527.

Who got funded and what they’ll do with it

SULLIVAN COUNTY, NY — Here are the organizations that received funding in the first round of the Plans & Progress awards.

  • District 1—$10,000 to NACL to winterize its theater in the Town of Highland for year-round performances.
  • District 2—$10,000 to the Delaware Company to support the Festival of the Founding Fish: Upper Delaware Shadfest 2022, which will take place at multiple venues throughout the river corridor Friday, May 20 through Sunday, May 22.
  • District 6—$5,500 to Radio Catskill to install a microwave studio-to-transmitter link that will provide reliable delivery for audio to broadcast news and emergency information to Sullivan County residents despite weather or other interruptions.
  • District 7—$8,600 to the Town of Fallsburg for the Hometown Heroes banner project, which will honor residents who are active-duty service members or veterans of the United States armed forces.
  • District 8—$10,000 to the Town of Thompson to create public access to the Neversink River at Bridgeville.
  • District 9—$10,000 to Nesin Cultural Arts to host two new free family-oriented events: a professional art show and an immersive family holiday concert.

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