Vitter Confirms Nearly $25M for Rural Infrastructure Development

U.S. Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) today confirmed that the City of Carencro, La. will be receiving $2,001,735 in grants and $22,920,000 in loans from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Rural Development (RD) to build a wastewater treatment facility. Earlier this year, Vitter had sent a letter of support to the USDA Secretary Thomas Vilsack in support of the City of Carencro’s application, and the USDA responded having confirmed the City of Carencro’s application was approved.

Rep. Maffei to Speak at Cayuga Economic Development Agency Luncheon; Host Oswego County Infrastructure...

Syracuse, NY - April 24, 2014 - (RealEstateRama) -- U.S. Representative Dan Maffei will speak at the Cayuga County Economic Development Agency Luncheon in Auburn and host an infrastructure roundtable in Oswego tomorrow, Thursday, April 24th.

Bipartisan Policy Center Welcomes the Introduction of New Infrastructure Bill by Senators Blunt and...

Washington, D.C. - November 15, 2013 - (RealEstateRama) -- The following is a statement by “In a series of reports, the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) has noted for some time that federal funding for investment in infrastructure has stagnated, if not declined, over the last several years. This decline has occurred despite a growing recognition that America is under-investing in its infrastructure. In the face of these trends, BPC has called for an expansion of federal financing programs to more effectively leverage other private and public capital for investment in infrastructure.

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FEMA Offers Free Rebuilding Tips at Local Home Improvement Stores

Disaster survivors affected by the severe storms and floods from Tropical Storm Imelda, can visit local home improvement stores in Houston, Pasadena and Webster for rebuilding tips from mitigation experts.

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Proptech Predictions for 2020

Proptech has been gaining prominence these past few years as it had evolved from being an aid of realty brokers and elites to become the wingman of the common folk. Rather than listing scores of properties on countless pages, technology fared better when it out from a user's end to hunting for properties.