Sununu’s proposed local funding efforts draws partisan debate
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Gov. Chris Sununu took to a podium Thursday to advocate for a series of proposed funding initiatives for New Hampshire cities and towns, part of a budget proposal that favors one-off spending proposals for local projects.
The proposed allocations – $52 million in total over two years – include infrastructure upgrades and renovations in a mix of communities spanning from Manchester to Berlin.
At a press conference Thursday, the governor stood with mayors and town managers standing to benefit from the funds, who said the money would help them with long-delayed projects that could revitalize their local economies.