Town officials are looking to residents to rank six different infrastructure projects

Just under $640,000 in American Rescue Plan Act funds are headed to the town of Danville, and town officials are looking to residents to rank six different infrastructure projects that could utilize the funds. A survey has been set up on the town website (danvillevt.gov) and will be live for input through next Wednesday, May 4th. Town Clerk Wendy Somers explained on Wednesday that the six projects have been discussed by the select board and road foreman and all need to be done “at some point in time.” She noted that the town is also hoping to use the $639,103.88 in ARPA funds in conjunction with federal and state grant funds to get the “most bang for their buck” — typically, federal and state grants require a 20-30 percent cost share from the town.

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