Every Friday, Alaska's congressional delegation touts how much federal grant and loan funding it has helped bring home. And Alaska Dispatch does its part in contribution to the long history of journalistic stenography, decoding the bureaucratese and laying out the goody take.
Some Fridays are fatter than others, but this one, at nearly $32 million, skews more Rubenesque than svelte. The biggest single winner this week is the Ralph Wien Memorial Airport, in the Northwest Alaska hub city of Kotzebue, which received more than a $10 million grant for runway construction thanks to the U.S. Department of Transportation. The U.S. Department of Justice was also pretty generous this week, granting more than $7 million to government, tribal and community agencies across the state.
How much did your community or employer receive? Read on.
Courtesy: U.S. Department of Justice
- $476,109 grant to the Native Village of Afognak for the Tribal Youth Program.
- $450,000 grant to the Association of Village Council Presidents for the Children’s Justice Act Partnerships for Indian Communities Program.
- $448,903 grant to the Association of Village Council Presidents for the Comprehensive Tribal Victim Assistance Program.
- $731,630 grant to Bristol Bay Native Association, Inc. for the Justice Systems and Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program.
- $291,899 grant to the Central Council Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes for the Corrections and Correctional Alternatives Program.
- $750,000 grant to Chickaloon Village for the Justice Systems and Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program.
- $456,872 grant to the Native Village of Eyak for the Justice Systems and Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program.
- $75,020 grant to the Native Village of Eyak for their Comprehensive Planning Demonstration Program.
- $630,769 grant to Kenaitze Indian Tribe Ira the Justice Systems and Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program.
- $382,379 grant to Kenaitze Indian Tribe Ira for the Tribal Youth Program.
- $124,278 grant to the Native Village of Kwinhagak for the Corrections and Correctional Alternatives Program.
- $300,000 grant to the Nome Eskimo Community for the Juvenile Justice Program.
- $367,960 grant to the Tanana Chiefs Conference for the Justice Systems and Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program.
- $227,522 grant to the Anchorage Police Department for the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.
- $399,928 grant to the Alaska Immigration Justice Project for the FY 2012 Wraparound Victim Legal Assistance Network Demonstration Project.
- $563,000 grant to the Yup’ik Women’s Coalition for the Tribal Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Coalitions Grant Program in Emmonak.
- $297,000 grant to the Tundra Women’s Coalition to enhance culturally and linguistically specific services for victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking.
Courtesy: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
- $255,813 grant to the University of Alaska Anchorage for the Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship.
- $49,978 grant to the State of Alaska for the Senior Medicare Program.
- $10,910 grant to the State of Alaska through the Ryan White Part B Program.
- $52,486 grant to Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium for women’s health care.
- $92,380 grant to Southcentral Foundation to increase its screening by providing mammograms.
- $48,000 grant to the Kodiak Area Native Association through the Tribal Self-Governance Program.
- $87,000 grant to Catholic Social Services for the Refugee Children School Impact Project.
- $1,004,605 grant to the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services for elder services case management.
- $150,165 grant to the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium to explore the attitudes and use of family cancer history and collect biospecimens.
- $1,649,101 grant to the Alaska Division of Public Health to build Alaska’s immunization capacity to strengthen public health infrastructure.
- $172,462 grant to Fairbanks Counseling and Adoption for the Street Outreach Program.
- $154,298 grant to Covenant House Alaska for Passage House, a maternity group home serving young mothers and their children in Anchorage.
- $58,000 grant to Catholic Social Services to assist older refugees.
Courtesy: U.S. Department of Commerce
- $806,401 grant to the Alaska Manufacturing Extension Partnership to fund the Alaska MEP.
Courtesy: U.S. Economic Development Administration
- $1,600,000 grant to the Yukon Delta Fisheries Development Association for the construction of a salmon filet processing plant and command center in Emmonak.
- $1,500,000 grant to the Aleut Community of St. Paul Island for construction of a marine service, repair, and supply center.
- $700,000 grant to the Native Village of Mekoryuk for the Nunivak Island Reindeer Herding Revitalization Project.
Courtesy: U.S. Department of Transportation
- $4,088,310 grant to the State of Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (AKDOT&PF) for runway rehabilitations around the state.
- $1,180,000 grant to AKDOT&PF for aeronautical surveys around the state.
- $440,381.25 grant to AKDOT&PF to support state highway safety programs.
- $1,034,289.65 grant to AKDOT&PF to implement and enforce programs to prevent and deter impaired driving.
- $10,350,000 grant to AKDOT&PF for phase two of runway safety area construction at the Ralph Wien Memorial Airport in Kotzebue.
Courtesy: U.S. Department of Education
- $210,682 grant to the Sitka School District for the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program.