Flossmoor is spending money in hopes of finding more federal money for local projects.
The village board voted unanimously on Tuesday, Jan. 18, to approve a year-long agreement with Smith Dawson and Andrews and a budget amendment of $20,000 to cover its services through the end of fiscal year 2022.
The hope is that the Washington, D.C.-based government affairs company can secure more funding through federal agencies and congressional set-asides, according to a report from Village Manager Bridget Wachtel. Other south suburban municipalities — including Matteson, Park Forest and Richton Park — have worked with the company . . .
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