- Associated Press - Monday, July 24, 2017

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire towns and cities are getting $30 million for road and bridge improvements under an infrastructure bill signed by Republican Gov. Chris Sununu.

The governor’s office on Monday announced the amount of money each community will receive in infrastructure grants. The grants range from just under $1,800 for Hart’s Location to more than $1.7 million for Manchester. The average grant is $128,205.

Sununu says the money is a key first step in rebuilding the state’s infrastructure and will allow communities to provide tax relief.

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