The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Rural Development office in Virginia today announced that USDA is investing more than $84 million in four rural community facility projects in Virginia.
“Essential community infrastructure helps to ensure that rural Virginians experience a basic quality of life necessary for their communities to thrive,” said Beth Green, USDA Rural Development Virginia State Director. “These investments are helping to meet critical needs across the Commonwealth. School facility improvements, mental health treatment and substance abuse treatment are among the needs being met today.”
As part of the $84 million in four rural community facility projects in Virginia, The Town of Exmore is receiving a $12,500 loan to purchase a public works vehicle to be used as a dump truck for town maintenance. The new public works vehicle will replace a 1990 model.
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