Community Project Funding Projects Requests

This year, the House Appropriations Committee has provided each Member of Congress with the opportunity to submit up to fifteen community projects for possible inclusion in the FY23 Appropriations Bills.

You may suggest a project for Congresswoman Stefanik to nominate by filling out the survey here.

This survey closed on Monday, April 11th, 2022.

Additional Information

A specific list of the Community Project Funding accounts and eligibility requirements for the FY22 process is available here.

A list of FY22 projects nominated by Congresswoman Stefanik can be seen here.

A list of FY23 projects nominated by Congresswoman Stefanik can be seen below.

House Committee on Appropriations - Community Project Funding Requests 

All Community Funding Projects nominated by Congresswoman Stefanik to the Appropriations Committee for FY23 are listed below.

Automated Record Fire Range for Next Generation Squad Weapon

Recipient: U.S. Army Corp of Engineers

Address: T-4849 Jones Street, Fort Drum, New York

Amount Requested: $3,600,000

Purpose: The funding would be used for the planning and design phase for an Automated Record Fire Range, which will provide critical training and readiness capabilities for the Army’s 10th Mountain Division.

Certification letter.

 

Au Sable River Restoration/Ice Jam Mitigation

Recipient: Ausable River Association

Address: 1181 Haselton Road PO Box 8, Wilmington, New York

Amount Requested: $2,000,000

Purpose: This project will complete natural stream restoration sites on the East Branch Ausable River and facilitate the design and engineering of additional stream restoration sites to build natural flood resilience, improve water quality, and support the river ecosystem.

Certification letter.

 

Town of Beekmantown New Drinking Water Well

Recipient: Town of Beekmantown

Address: 571 Spellman Road, West Chazy, New York 12992

Amount Requested: $750,000

Purpose: The funding would be used to construct a new public drinking water well and transmission line to serve a small district of 53 users in Beekmantown, who do not have access to clean drinking water.

Certification letter.

 

Village of Dolgeville Sewer Infrastructure

Recipient: Village of Dolgeville

Address: 41 North Main Street, Dolgeville, New York

Amount Requested: $2,640,000

Purpose: The funding would be used to replace and rehabilitate the village’s sewer pipe system to prevent their failure and release of untreated sewage into the surrounding environment.

Certification letter.

 

Village of Dolgeville Flood Mitigation

Recipient: Village of Dolgeville

Address: 41 North Main Street, Dolgeville, New York

Amount Requested: $5,080,000

Purpose: The funding would be used to make improvements to the Fink Creek storm sewer system, which will result in a new, resilient, and safe storm sewer system for the Fink Creek and the Village of Dolgeville.

Certification letter.

 

Franklin County Broadband Expansion

Recipient: Franklin County

Address: 355 West Main Street, Suite 409, Malone, New York

Amount Requested: $1,000,000

Purpose: This funding will be used to accelerate the broadband network buildout to communities in the rural and agricultural parts of Franklin County that lack access to high-speed broadband, connecting over two thousand unserved locations.

Certification letter.

 

Fulton County Center for Regional Growth Industrial Park

Recipient: Fulton County Center for Regional Growth, Inc.

Location: 34 W Fulton Street, Gloversville, New York

Amount Requested: $500,000

Purpose: This funding will be used for the purchase of a 248-acre site in the Towns of Johnstown and Mohawk to be developed as a future industrial park to foster economic development, ring jobs to the region, and expand the tax base.

Certification letter.

 

Village of Greenwich Wastewater Treatment

Recipient: Village of Greenwich

Address: 6 Academy Street, Greenwich, New York

Amount Requested: $4,400,000

Purpose: This funding will be used to help the town reconstruct and expand their wastewater treatment plant that is currently in a state of deterioration.

Certification letter.

 

Town of Moriah Police Station       

Recipient: Town of Moriah

Address: 38 Park Place, Port Henry, New York

Amount Requested: $122,500

Purpose: The funding would be used to help the town construct a new police station to provide a location for the New York State Police to serve the community and increase public safety and address rising crime.

Certification letter.

 

North Country Chamber On-the-Job Training

Recipient: Plattsburgh - North Country Chamber of Commerce

Address: PO Box 310 7061 Route 9, Plattsburgh, New York

Amount Requested: $500,000

Purpose: This project will equip individuals with the skills to reenter the workforce by providing on-the-job training with local employers and the necessary supportive services, including assistance with the cost of childcare and transportation, to help participants successfully complete their training.

Certification letter.

 

Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority Childcare Facility

Recipient: Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority

Address: 1 Bridge Plaza, Ogdensburg, New York

Amount Requested: $2,100,000

Purpose: This funding will be used for the development of a child care facility in Ogdensburg to provide high-quality, affordable child care for working families in a community that currently lacks child care options. Child care is a critical need for working parents and this project will support parents, local businesses, and general business recruitment efforts for the region.

Certification letter.

 

Town of Schuyler Falls Water Improvement Project

Recipient: Town of Schuyler Falls

Address: 997 Mason Street, Morrisonville, New York

Amount Requested: $2,562,500

Purpose: This funding will be used to replace existing asbestos cement water mains which have reached the end of their useful life and become prone to leaks and breaks, disrupting water service to customers.

Certification letter.

 

Silver Bay YMCA

Recipient: Silver Bay YMCA

Address: 87 Silver Bay Road, Silver Bay, New York

Amount Requested: $1,000,000

Purpose: This project would make greatly needed capital improvements to Silver Bay YMCA’s 118-year-old wellness center to create a winterized, year-round facility that will offer programming designed to improve the health and wellbeing of seniors, youth, families, and adults within the rural communities of Silver Bay, Hague, and Ticonderoga.

Certification letter.

 

Town of Ticonderoga Water Project

Recipient: Town of Ticonderoga

Address: 132 Montcalm Street, Ticonderoga, New York

Amount Requested: $4,000,000

Purpose: This funding will be used to remove Gooseneck Pond, an “unfiltered” and contaminated water source, as the main water source for 95 households and replace it with a new water distribution and source system.

Certification letter.

 

Washington County Broadband Expansion

Recipient: Washington County

Location: 383 Broadway Street, Fort Edward, New York

Amount Requested: $1,000,000

Purpose: This funding would be used to facilitate new broadband connections for hundreds of unserved households in rural communities across Washington County.

Certification letter.

 

 

FY23 Letters of Support

Town of Brunswick Dam Rehabilitation

Recipient: Town of Brunswick

Location: 336 Town Office Road, Troy, New York

Amount Requested: $2,000,000

Purpose: This funding will be used for the rehabilitation of the Van Derheyden Dam to address deficiencies of the existing structure and eliminate the potential hazards caused should there be a dam failure or breach.

Letter of Support. Link Certification Letter.