State Funding Coming for Cape Cod Infrastructure


BOSTON – A State Senate Capital Spending Bill that is being sent to the Governor for signing contains $53 million dollars in funding that will go toward infrastructure projects on Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard.

The announcement was made by State Senator Julian Cyr’s office last week.

According to a release, funding includes $6.5 million to construct a new building for the Barnstable Regional Government and Cape Cod Commission, $1.6 million to fund improvements to the Hyannis National Guard Armory , $1.75 million for improvements to the Dukes County Jail and House of Corrections, $2 million to extend the Cape Cod Rail Trail to Wellfleet Center and lengthen the Provincetown bike trail and $150 thousand to connect a municipal water main to a parcel on Highland Road in Truro.

Cape Cod Community College is also expected to receive $41 million dollars for the construction of a new science building.

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