2014-06-12 / Lifestyles

A new set of wheels



Working with the Gladstone Office of the United States Department of Agriculture, the city of Manistique recently completed a Rural Development Grant from the USDA which allowed the public safety department to purchase a new 2014 Ford Utility Police Interceptor and related equipment. The total project cost $38,092 with $20,000 in funding being supplied by USDA. The city is one of many Upper Peninsula communities working with USDA, which has given financial assistance for many public projects. Above, Manistique Public Safety Director Ken Golat shakes the hand of James Yoder, USDA area specialist of the Gladstone Office, while Manistique City Manager Sheila Aldrich looks on. Working with the Gladstone Office of the United States Department of Agriculture, the city of Manistique recently completed a Rural Development Grant from the USDA which allowed the public safety department to purchase a new 2014 Ford Utility Police Interceptor and related equipment. The total project cost $38,092 with $20,000 in funding being supplied by USDA. The city is one of many Upper Peninsula communities working with USDA, which has given financial assistance for many public projects. Above, Manistique Public Safety Director Ken Golat shakes the hand of James Yoder, USDA area specialist of the Gladstone Office, while Manistique City Manager Sheila Aldrich looks on.

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