Enhance Iowa Board awards $775,000 in CAT grants to Akron, Audubon
2 Sep 2022
September 2, 2022 (DES MOINES) – At yesterday’s meeting, the Enhance Iowa Board awarded Community Attraction and Tourism (CAT) grants totaling $775,000 to a pool project in Akron and a gymnasium expansion in Audubon.
The details for the projects receiving CAT grants are as follows:
Project Name: Akron Family Aquatic Center, Akron
Total Project Cost: $3,200,720
Amount Awarded: $385,000
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