Conklin: Philipsburg Revitalization Corp awarded $10,352 state grant
Grant will help strategic plan for borough
PHILIPSBURG, Dec. 28 – The Philipsburg Revitalization Corporation has been selected to receive a $10,352 state grant, state Rep. Scott Conklin, D-Centre, announced today.
The grant, funded by the Keystone Communities Program, will help fund a comprehensive strategic plan.
“I want to congratulate the Philipsburg Revitalization Corp. for being selected for this competitive grant,” Conklin said. “The comprehensive plan that this grant will help fund I hope will be a roadmap for the borough and help guide a successful revitalization of the community.”
The Philipsburg Revitalization Corp. was among 51 projects in 30 counties across Pennsylvania that received funding. The Department of Community and Economic Development administers the program.