MARLBOROUGH – The City Council accepted the grants and gifts during its meeting on Monday, Nov. 27.
One of the gifts is $1,000 from the Marlborough Foundation to the Council on Aging. The funds will be used to help alleviate food insecurity issues for seniors in need.
Additionally, there’s $175,734 from the state’s Department of Energy Resources through the Green Communities Program. The funds will be used for the following energy-efficiency measures:
- $801 for weatherization at the Recreation Department offices at 239 Concord Road
- $61,790 for a heat pump system at the Recreation Department offices at 239 Concord Road
- $56,757 for BMS controls at the high school
- $56,386 for HVAC controls upgrades at the high school
A grant of $3.020 million from the state’s Executive Office of Housing and Livable Communities, Executive Office of Economic Development and MassDevelopment, was also accepted. The funds will be used for the third and final phase of infrastructure improvements along Lincoln Street from Highland to Bolton streets.