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Conservation league awards more than $9,000 to neighborhoods

The Old Oak Cliff Conservation League handed out $9,027 to neighborhood associations this week. The funds come mostly from the league’s annual home tour. Neighborhoods can ask for grants for specific projects, and they have to match the grant amount. So if a project costs $1,000, the neighborhood can ask for a $500 grant.

The grants awarded this week are listed after the jump.

Oak Park Estates got $1,685 for neighborhood sign toppers.

The Dells got $176.40 for neighborhood patrols.

Kidd Springs got $649 for neighborhood patrols and school supplies for elementary school children.

Oakland Terrace got $3,300 for street lights.

Kings Highway got $1,216.90 for phase five of Stone Park.

East Kessler Park got $2,000 for sign topper installation.

 

By |2009-07-16T12:01:00-05:00July 16th, 2009|News|Comments Off on Conservation league awards more than $9,000 to neighborhoods

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