Archived recovery updates

City celebrates 2,000 th home energy savings visit, thanks in part to Recovery funding

See an updated presentation on how Minneapolis is using its Recovery dollars to create jobs 8/19/10

Curious about how Recovery dollars flow to create jobs and boost our economy? Check out this video to learn more 8/10/10

Minneapolis Public Housing Authority holds energy fair and renovation project 5/19/10

Minneapolis Public Housing Authority upgrades more than 700 homes to reduce energy costs 5/19/10

Camden Bridge construction gets underway using Recovery funds 4/12/10

Recovery funds to help the EPA clean up soil at 500 homes in Minneapolis arsenic site 3/25/10

Commerce Secretary Locke promotes Recovery tax credits during Minneapolis visit 3/22/10

Minneapolis approves $15.4 million for foreclosure stabilization with Recovery funds 3/15/10

Recovery funding supports $41 million home-buying program 2/9/10

Minneapolis receives $19.5 million in Recovery funds for foreclosure help 1/14/10

Innovative affordable-housing project made possible by Recovery funding 12/15/09

Minneapolis Recovery funding helps homeowners save energy 12/08/09

Minnesota Shubert Center breaks ground, creating jobs with Recovery funding 11/19/09

Recovery funds help create housing and jobs for homeless youth 11/12/09

Chicago Avenue Fire Arts Center funded by Recovery dollars 10/30/09

Recovery dollars will fund solar projects in Minneapolis Saint Paul 10/27/09

Recovery funds helping Minneapolis residents enter the workforce 10/20/09

Minneapolis launches new website to show how City is using federal Recovery funding 10/13/09

Minneapolis Public Housing puts $31.8 million in Recovery funding to use 9/30/09

Arsenic cleanup gets underway, thanks to Recovery funding 9/8/09

Minneapolis approves $2 million in Recovery Act funds for Water Works project 8/28/09

Minneapolis takes advantage of Recovery funding to rehab the Camden Bridge 8/28/09

Recovery funding helps Minneapolis pay for 13 police officers 7/28/09

website shows how recovery funding is at work in Minneapolis 7/1/09

Recovery funding helps put young people to work for the summer 6/15/09

Recovery funds to help small businesses, City buildings become energy efficient 6/12/09

Recovery funds approved for Camden Bridge, other Minneapolis projects 6/11/09

Recovery funding creates 500 jobs for youth in Minneapolis 6/5/09

Community development projects that will receive federal recovery funding approved 6/5/09

Minneapolis seeks federal recovery funds to rehab Camden Bridge 6/1/09

Minneapolis officials finalize applications for $7.5 million in recovery funding 5/29/09

Minneapolis aggressively pursues stimulus funding 4/10/09

Last updated Mar 14, 2014



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