Created on Saturday, 19 October 2013 Written by NATE SMITH
The recently suspended National Emergency Grant has received a modest funding boost and will call back 13 workers for about six weeks worth of work that concludes Dec. 1.
About $100,000 has been distributed to local grant administrators from the state of Ohio and U.S. Department of Labor. Combined with what was left over when the grant was suspended at the end of September, administrators believe there’s enough money to resume operations for another six weeks.
Work is set to resume Tuesday.
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