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Tulare County, Calif., funds by Interior, Department of

Listing $8,304,110.32 in stimulus funds from Interior, Department of for Tulare

Note: For some programs where states do not report where money will be distributed across the state, we do not have the allocation for individual counties. Those programs include: Medicaid, unemployment benefits and food stamps. Those amounts are included in the totals for where the state agency receiving that money is located.

Amount refers to both the amount of stimulus funding going toward the project and the face value of the loan.

Recipient Amount Description Federal Dept./Agency Date
ERICK AMMON INC $3,910,052 ASH MOUNTAIN POTABLE WATER TANKS National Park Service 3/08/2010
LOWER TULE RIVER IRRIGATION DISTRICT $2,092,107 Water 2025 The Lower Tule River Irrigation District's Tule River Intertie Project will help keep several people employed in the private and public sectors of Tulare County where unemployment is now over 16 percent. The stimulus package funds made available to this Bureau of Reclamation 9/28/2009
HYDRO RESOURCES - WEST, INC. $1,278,622 Drought Relief Water Well Rehabilitation. Bureau of Reclamation 3/27/2010
NEXGEN ENERGY SYSTEMS, INC. $299,520 The project was the design-build of a fixed 50-60 kilo-watt-hour/day PV-generator hybrid system at 90/10 ratio to power Crystal Cave Complex, Sequoia Kings Canyon National Park. The solar array system is rated for 120mph wind speeds and was installed with National Park Service 7/15/2009
NEXGEN ENERGY SYSTEMS, INC $299,520 Provide a hybrid photovoltaic power system for Crystal Cave in Sequoia National Park National Park Service 7/15/2009
ATKINS NORTH AMERICA, INC $181,205 CM Services: Replace Ash Mountain Water Tanks - Sequoia/Kings Canyon National Park National Park Service 6/11/2010
TULE RIVER INDIAN TRIBAL COUNCIL $92,916 Highway Planning and Construction The ARRA Indian Reservation Roads (IRR) Program funded the Tule River Tribe to resurface 5.2 miles of 1 overlay on Route 70 and .5 miles of chip seal on Route 242 of BIA Roads. Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 9/15/2010
TULE RIVER INDIAN TRIBAL COUNCIL $58,708 Highway Planning and Construction Repair and Restoration of BIA Roads and Bridges Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 4/30/2010
ANDREWS AND ANDERSON ARCHITECT PC $40,971 This project will rehabilitate the failing potable water storage and distribution system and provide adequate fire protection at the Ash Mountain Headquarters and housing area in Sequoia National Park. This project will also replace one 100,000 and one 5
This spending item is part of a $382,648 allocation. See details
National Park Service 7/20/2009
THE STUDENT CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION INC $38,248 Conservation Activities by Youth Service Organizations This award funded services to the Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park in Three Rivers CA, from the Student Conservation Association's youth conservation service programs. SCA recruited, trained and led youth who worked on Trail Maintenance Cre... Show more National Park Service 4/27/2010
ACTION EQUIPMENT RENTALS $7,990 Rental Of 35K Excavator National Park Service 10/09/2009
ENTERPRISE RENT-A-CAR GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT, INC $4,250 TAS::14 1035::TAS RECOVERY SHORT TERM VEHICLE RENTAL FOR TRAIL CREW TO RUN ERRANDS AND TRANSFER FROM REMOTE AREA OF KINGS CANYON NP. PWE IS TST. National Park Service 6/09/2009
ANDERSON HALLAS ARCHITECTS, PC $0 This project will rehabilitate the failing potable water storage and distribution system and provide adequate fire protection at the Ash Mountain Headquarters and housing area in Sequoia National Park. This project will also replace one 100,000 and one 5
This spending item is part of a $80,280 allocation. See details
National Park Service 5/06/2010