Boston, MA - U.S. Representative Stephen F. Lynch (MA-08) secured over $15.1 million of federal funding for 15 Community Projects across Massachusetts 8th Congressional District. The 2024 Consolidated Appropriations Act and the Second Consolidated Appropriations Bill include federal funding for the following projects:

  • Adams Garage Modernization Project, Brockton, MA - $850,000 (THUD)
  • Building Futures: Downtown Inner-City Urban Youth Center Revitalization, Brockton, MA - $500,000 (THUD)
  • Camp Harbor View Foundation Capital Project, Long Island, Boston Harbor Islands, Boston, MA - $500,000 (THUD)
  • Dorchester Field House/Martin Richard Foundation, Boston, MA - $1,500,000 (THUD)
  • Fire Station, Quincy, MA - $4,116,279 (THUD)
  • Reconstruction of traffic signals at Sea Street, McGrath Highway, Southern Artery, Quincy, MA - $500,000 (THUD)
  • Meadow Brook Drainage Improvements, Norwood, MA - $500,000 (THUD)
  • Nantasket Beach Two-Way Traffic Flow Conversion, Hull, MA - $850,000 (THUD)
  • Bill McGonagle Community Center in the Mary Ellen McCormack Public Housing Community, South Boston, MA - $850,000 (THUD)
  • North Jetty Berth Revitalization in the Port of Boston, Boston, MA - $1,000,000 (THUD)
  • Offshore Wind Workforce Development Center, UMass Boston - $1,000,000 (THUD)
  • Restoration of Memorial Bridge at Island Grove Park, Abington, MA - $1,000,000 (THUD)
  • Climate Resiliency in Fort Point Road Community, Weymouth, MA - $1,383,069 (Homeland)
  • Sea Wall along Manet Ave. in Houghs Neck, Quincy, MA - $450,000 (Homeland)
  • Public Safety Public Works Facilities Replacement, Easton, MA - $200,000 (Homeland)

The Second Consolidated Appropriations Bill and the 2024 Consolidated Appropriations Act have both been signed into law and will help make residents safer, strengthen our communities, create good jobs, and confront the climate crisis. When enacted, the State of Massachusetts will receive a total estimated amount of $213.4 million in funding from the bill that will support 202 community projects across the Commonwealth. To receive Community Project Funding, an entity must submit a detailed application and demonstrate that its project enjoys strong local support.