(KNSI) — Tri-County Action Program, Incorporated in Waite Park, is the recipient of a $90,000 grant from the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development.
It is for DEED’s Getting to Work two-year grants, which are aimed at helping to establish or operate programs to provide, repair, or maintain motor vehicles that assist eligible people in obtaining or maintaining employment. Tri-Cap has a bus service as part of its Transit Connection that is available to the general public with no age or income requirements, and all buses are handicapped accessible.
United Community Action Partnership, Incorporated serving McLeod, Meeker, Kandiyohi, Renville, Redwood, Lincoln, Lyon, Jackson, Cottonwood, Nobles, Rock, and Murray Counties, received $75,000 in grant money for its community transit service.
In total, $475,000 in grant money was awarded to six organizations in greater Minnesota to help with transit…