Community Project Funding Requests

Community Project Funding and Transportation and Infrastructure Projects Requests

This year, the House Appropriations Committee has provided each Member of Congress with the opportunity to submit up to ten community projects for possible inclusion in the FY22 Appropriations Bills. 

The T&I Committee process for considering member projects is separate from the House Committee on Appropriations’ process for considering Community Project Funding requests. Projects funded through the surface transportation authorization will be funded directly from the Highway Trust Fund, and they do not require a separate or subsequent appropriation.  

All Transportation and Infrastructure projects nominated by Congresswoman Stefanik to the T&I Committee are listed below.

Transportation and Infrastructure Committee - Member Designated Projects 

Project Name: Route 12E / Chaumont River

Location: Village of Chaumont, Jefferson County

Project Sponsor/Requestor: NYSDOT

Amount Requested: $9,984,000

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Project Name: Route 28/South Inlet Lake

Location: Town of Arietta, Hamilton County

Project Sponsor/Requestor: NYSDOT

Amount Requested: $6,621,248

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Project Name: Preventative Maintenance Pavement from Route 67 / Route 10 Ephratah to Johnstown City Line

Location: Town of Johnstown & Ephratah, Fulton County

Project Sponsor/Requestor: NYSDOT

Amount Requested: $5,200,000

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Project Name: Route 73 Pavement and Slope Rehabilitation near the Cascade Lakes

Location: Towns of Keene and North Elba, Essex County

Project Sponsor/Requestor: NYSDOT

Amount Requested: $12,240,000

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Project Name: Route 9 over I-87 Interchange Reconfiguration and Bridge Replacement

Location: Town of Moreau, Saratoga County

Project Sponsor/Requestor: NYSDOT

Amount Requested: $11,877,591

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Project Name: Route 410 / Black River

Location: Towns of Denmark & Croghnan, Lewis County

Project Sponsor/Requestor: NYSDOT

Amount Requested: $12,000,000

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Project Name: I-87 over Route 9 Bridge Replacement

Location: Town of Lake George, Warren County

Project Sponsor/Requestor: NYSDOT

Amount Requested: $13,600,000

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House Committee on Appropriations - Community Project Funding Requests 

All Community Funding Projects nominated by Congresswoman Stefanik to the Appropriations Committee are listed below.

Project Name: Railhead

Location: Fort Drum

Recipient:  US Army Corps of Engineers
Amount Requested: $10,015,025

Purpose: The purpose of this funding is to complete the construction of a new railhead a Fort Drum, which will allow the 10th Mountain Division to expedite the rapid deployment of troops, vehicles, and equipment from the base.

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Project Name: Wellfield Expansion Resilience Project

Location: Fort Drum

Recipient:  US Army Corps of Engineers
Amount Requested: $27,000,000

Purpose: The purpose of this funding is to provide a safe, secure water supply for Fort Drum, soldiers, and their families.

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Project Name: Broadband Implementation in the Herkimer County Towns of Webb, Ohio, Manheim, Salisbury, and Russia

Requested Amount: $500,000

Recipient: Herkimer County

Full Street Address of Intended Recipient: 109 Mary Street Herkimer, NY 13350

Amount Requested: $500,000

Purpose: The funding would be used to expand the broadband network to the Towns of Webb, Ohio, Manheim, Salisbury, and Russia.

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Project Name: Salmon River

Location: Malone, NY

Recipient:  US Army Corps of Engineers
Amount Requested: $3,500,000                

Purpose: The purpose of this project is to remove accumulated sediment from the Salmon River to mitigate recurring ice ham flooding and losses in the Town and Village of Malone, NY.

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Project Name: Renovate and Modernize North Country Community College Nursing Labs

Location: Saranac Lake, New York

Recipient:  North Country Community College
Amount Requested: $975,000

Purpose: To update and upgrade North Country Community College’s three nursing labs to strengthen the skill set and pipeline of well-prepared nurses for hospitals and community providers in Essex County and Franklin County, two of the most economically challenged, rural counties in New York.

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Project Name: Increasing Viable Child Care Options through Workforce Development in Warren and Saratoga Counties

Location: Glens Falls, New York

Recipient:  Warren County Employment & Training Administration
Amount Requested: $203,000

Purpose: To recruit and train local residents to become licensed home based child care providers, which will expand quality child care options in the community and provide more opportunities for parents to join the workforce.

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Project Name: Essex County Agricultural and Youth Center

Requested Amount: $997,000

Recipient: Essex County Government

Full Street Address of Intended Recipient: 3 Sisco Street, Westport NY 12993

Purpose: This funding would help construct a new County Agricultural Center Building to create and house additional education programs, such as the Essex County Cornell Cooperative Extension Office, fairground offices, workforce development trainings and youth programs to develop entrepreneurs who are interested in the local agricultural economy.

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Project Name: Fort Edward Canalside Energy Park Project

Requested Amount: $950,000

Recipient: Warren/Washington County Industrial Development Agency

Full Street Address of Intended Recipient: 5 Warren Street, Glens Falls, NY 12801

Purpose:  The Warren/Washington County Industrial Development Agency (IDA) is seeking engineering funding to develop the former General Electric De-Watering Facility in Fort Edward into the Canalside Energy Park (Park). The funding will be used to complete design and engineering for the wastewater system, upgrades to and extension of the drinking water system, and for the replacement of the entryway bridge.

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Project Name: Ogdensburg-Prescott International Bridge Girder Span and Lead-Based Paint Project

Requested Amount: $1,000,000

Recipient: Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority

Full Street Address of Intended Recipient: 1 Bridge Plaza, Ogdensburg, NY 13668

Purpose: This funding would be used to keep the Ogdensburg-Prescott International Bridge in sustainable working order by addressing deteriorating conditions of the bridge’s steel girder spans. To do so, OBPA is requesting funding to replace a failing lead-based paint protection system with a more environmentally friendly zinc-based paint system. The modernized system will protect these spans and help avert a potentially significant lead-based threat to the environment.

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Project Name: Clinton County Business-Ready Capital Project

Requested Amount: $1,000,000

Recipient: Clinton County Government

Full Street Address of Intended Recipient: 137 Margaret Street, Suite 208, Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Purpose: This funding would be used to provide interior improvements to a 58,823 square foot multipurpose facility originally constructed by the United States Air Force in 1956, with the intent to outfit the building for a prospective industrial tenant. Funding obtained for this project will be leveraged to generate new jobs and associated payroll tax revenues, employ numerous contractors and tradesman, fiscally strengthen the county and Plattsburgh International Airport, and help the region continue to diversify their economy by offering an opportunity to grow a new or existing small business.

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Please check back to this page for regular updates on Community Funding Project requests.