WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) today announced that his economic recovery Web page, designed to provide Ohioans with detailed information on the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, now includes resources from federal agencies that participated in his Economic Recovery Seminar Tour. Brown’s page makes available PowerPoint presentations from the U.S. Departments of Agriculture (USDA), Energy (DOE), Labor (DOL), and General Services Administration (GSA) that were available at the recovery workshops Brown’s office held across the state.
Detailed information on competitive grant opportunity funding deadlines has been updated. Brown’s recovery funding guide also includes new information from federal agencies for the month of April. In addition, specific information regarding recovery resources for community development is available.
To access Brown’s economic recovery Web page, please click this link here.
Brown’s economic recovery Web page will be updated regularly to reflect funding information as it becomes available.
Following the passage of the recovery package, Brown announced this statement:
“This bill accomplishes what we set out to do—rebuild our economy and put Americans back to work,” said Brown. “This isn’t a perfect bill but it is a significant jumpstart that our economy needs. It includes investments in Ohio’s infrastructure which will provide immediate job creation and promote long-term economic development. It also provides relief to middle class families by lowering taxes and making college more affordable. This bill is the first of many steps we will take to rebuild our economy and address the housing crisis.”
For full text of Brown’s statement, please click on this link here.