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USDA has released the names of 40 funding recipients under its Community Facilities program, which still has two billion dollars available for projects this year. (Stephanie Ho and Richard Mayfield, RD Director for New York state)
Richard Mayfield, Rural Development director for New York state, says USDA's financial support for building a new office building provides practical convenience, but also helps build the community's sense of identity.