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Chatham County gets federal grant

Posted Friday, August 27, 2004

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Twenty-one North Carolina communities - including one in the Triangle --will share more than $1.23 million in grants and $20 million in loans for economic development, according to U.S. Sen. John Edwards' office.

The assistance, given by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, will help fund various projects in rural areas throughout the state.

The Triangle recipient is Piedmont Health Services in Chatham County, which won an $850,000 loan to build a clinic in Siler City.

 
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