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    (3/20/2010) Q: What about the $100,000 we spend with William & Jennings our “Washington Communicator”?

    A: This list reflects the projects that either Verner Liipfert or Williams & Jensen worked on at the direction of the City. Amounts reflect that which was enacted into law or included in the relevant conference report.

    Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century 1998

    I-95 Interchange, New Haven (became the Church St. Bridge) $19.5 million

    Farmington Canal Greenway $1.5 million

    Fiscal Year 2001 Appropriations

    Rehabilitation and restoration of West River Memorial Park $400,000

    Fiscal Year 2002 Appropriations

    Williams and Jensen was not engaged by the City this year.

    Fiscal Year 2003 – H.J. Res. 2/Public Law 108-7

    Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge Reconstruction, New Haven, Connecticut $3 million

    Reconstruction of I-95/I-91/CT 34 Interchange, New Haven, Connecticut

    (Pear Harbor Memorial Bridge – I-95 New Haven East Approach

    To Q-Bridge) $1.5 million

    New Haven, Bus Maintenance Facility $1 million

    New Haven, Fuel Cell and Electric Bus Project $1 million

    I-95 Harbor Access, New Haven, Connecticut $2 million

    Fiscal Year 2004 – H.R. 2673/Public Law 108-199

    New Haven Road Corridor Study, Connecticut $90,000

    I-95 New Haven Q-Bridge, Approach Work (Contract C), Connecticut $750,000

    Greater New Haven Transit District Fuel Cell and Electric Bus

    Funding, Connecticut $1.5 million

    Ferry Street Bridge, New Haven, Connecticut $2 million

    Fiscal Year 2005 Appropriations

    Farmington Canal Greenway, New Haven, Connecticut $750,000

    I-95 Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge Corridor, New Haven, Connecticut $2 million

    Fiscal Year 2006 Appropriations

    No appropriation requests were made by the City in the annual

    federal appropriation bills; efforts were focused on SAFETEA-LU, below

    Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy

    for Users (SAFETEA-LU) (2006)

    Construct Farmington Canal Greenway, City of New Haven and Hamden $2 million

    Construct Farmington Canal Greenway to waterfront at Long Wharf Pier $3.5 million

    Construct Waterfront Street Corridor, City of New Haven $1.2 million

    Reconstruct I-95/I-91 Interchange and Construct pedestrian walkway,

    New Haven $1.6 million

    Land acquisition, remediation, improvement and construction for ferry

    - highway rail terminal at the junction of I-91 and I-95 adjacent to

    Waterfront Street and Forbes Ave. in New Haven $5 million

    Planning, design engineering and improvements converting Route 34

    between I-95 and Park St. with corresponding site recovery in New Haven $5 million

    Fiscal Year 2007 Appropriations

    No appropriations projects were provided for any purpose. The Congress passed a Continuing Resolution that was bereft of any earmarked projects, for any purpose, for any recipient.

    Fiscal Year 2008 Appropriations

    No earmarks were included for New Haven in the FY 2008 appropriations cycle.

    Fiscal Year 2009Appropriations

    New Haven First Responders Technology $1 million

    New Haven Prisoner Reentry Program $350,000

    Fiscal Year 2010 Appropriations

    New Haven Anti Violence Program $250,000

    New Haven Prisoner Reentry Program $500,000

    Northeast Regional Firing Range Equipment $225,000

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