Senator Barry Finegold was joined by Rep. Tram Nguyen and Rep. David Robertson in Tewksbury on Friday, June 3 to present Into Action Recovery, Inc. with a ceremonial check to celebrate the $50,000 in ARPA funding secured for the group. The funds will support substance abuse recovery programming.
Overall, Tewksbury has received $170,000 in ARPA funding.
$100,000 for the design, engineering and construction of sidewalks and pedestrian crossings and associated storm-water infrastructure.
$50,000 for Into Action Recovery.
$40,000 for the Wilmington/Tewksbury Chamber of Commerce, Inc. for small-businesses assistance, development and promotion to facilitate recovery from the impact of the 2019 novel coronavirus. (Benefits both Tewksbury and Wilmington, counted at 50%)
The Chamber will use its funding to develop a Wilmington & Tewksbury Community Magazine/Guide and will help members by covering half of the cost of ads. The deadline for ad space is June 30, according to Nancy Vallee, who hopes the magazine/ebook will be available late summer. Learn more.