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Pioneer Village looks to recoup expense

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By The Staff

PIONEER VILLAGE -- Expecting to get most of its expenses incurred in the ice storm back from the federal and state governments, Pioneer Village officials may have an opportunity to receive even more items as a result of the disaster.

City clerk Recka Daniels said Pioneer Village should get back about $4,500 of the $5,223 spent on various storm-related expenses.

The money will come from the federal and state government coffers.

Daniels expected the funds to be received in June.

With any federal disaster, mitigation grant money is made available.


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