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Tinley Park & PSC among recreational areas to get $1.5 million in federal grant money

Prairie State College in Chicago Heights

Recreational areas up and down the state will be sharing more than $1.5 million in federal grant money to repair bridges, build trails, purchase property and help pay for other projects.

Governor Bruce Rauner’s office says the projects are in eleven communities and include city park districts, county forest preserve districts as well as Southern Illinois University and Prairie State College.

The communities that will receive the grants include Aurora, Charleston, Mahomet, Rockford Park District, Shabbona Township, Tinley Park, Macon County Conservation District as well as the Cook County and DuPage County Forest Preserve Districts…Please click here to read the full story on CBS Chicago’s website.

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