Several Nebraska Cities to Share Revitalization Funds

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Nebraska officials say several cities will split thousands of dollars in federal funding for ongoing revitalization projects.

The state Department of Economic Development says about $94,000 in federal funds will be used to continue evaluating housing and public works activities that benefit low- and moderate-income people in community neighborhoods.

The cities have already started their individual projects through a three-year funding period that began in 2009.

The cities are Columbus, Fremont, Grand Island, Hastings, Kearney, Norfolk and North Platte. Each city will make a 25 percent total project matching contribution.