Gov. Bill Richardson announced Nov. 5 that he is making $100,000 in stimulus funds available to the New Mexico School for the Deaf to finish the financing for and the installation of a new heating and cooling system.
The money is coming from Richardson's discretionary funds under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
Voters in previous general obligation bond elections approved $900,00 for the heating and cooling project. The $100,000 will allow the school to complete the project.
Saturday, November 6, 2010
NM governor makes $100,000 in stimulus funds available to the School for the Deaf so it can finish heating/cooling project
From The New Mexican in Santa Fe:
Posted by BA Haller at 11:23 AM