Senator Devlin Robinson Announces Over $2 Million in Economic Development Grant Funding for Local Projects

(HARRISBURG) – State Sen. Devlin Robinson (R-37) announced today that the Commonwealth Financing Agency (CFA) has awarded $2,549,411 in grants for economic development projects.  The grants are part of the Gaming Economic Development Tourism Fund (GEDTF). 

“The funding approved today will have a tremendous impact in Allegheny County and benefit our communities for decades to com. From stormwater improvements in Bridgeville to the ballfields in South Fayette, I am pleased to see these local projects receive state funding for important public improvements. I commend the Authority for its continued investment in economic development.”

GEDTF Grants for the 37th Senatorial District include: 

  • Bridgeville Borough
    Werner Street Slope Stabilization & Stormwater Improvements – $500,000
  • Bethel Park Historical Society
    BPHS Building Renovations – $100,000
  • Moon Transportation Authority
    Montour Run Market Place – $250,000
  • South Fayette Township
    Fairview Park Ballfield Complex – $145,000
  • Oakdale Borough
    Town Center Improvements Center – $25,000
  • South Hills Interfaith Ministries
    SHIM Center ADA Renovation – $370,000
  • Moon Township
    Boggs Run Fire Station Waterline Extension – $150,000
    Mooncrest Sewer Extension – $99,411
  • Borough of Edgeworth
    Church Lane Sanitary Sewer Lining – $100,000
  • Pittsburgh Technical College
    Corporate College – Advanced Welding Program – $250,000
  • Ohio Township
    PRP Improvements – $200,000
  • Jefferson Memorial Park, Inc
    Collaborative Leaf / Yard Waste Operation and Facility – $260,000
  • Collier Township
    Public Works Facility Sanitary Sewer Extension – $100,000

The grants were awarded by the CFA under its Gaming Economic Development Tourism Fund and are dispersed by the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County.


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