Public Disclosures

Transparency

All FY2022 funding requests submitted by Congressman David Price to the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure and the House Committee on Appropriations will be posted below for public disclosure purposes. Members will be required to certify that neither they nor their immediate family have a financial interest in the requests made. You can find a link to the financial disclosures below.


Member-Designated Projects – Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure

Note: Projects are listed in alphabetical order by project sponsor.

Project Sponsor: City of Durham
Project Name/Location: Construct a shared-use path and sidewalks along Bryant Bridge North/Goose Creek West Trail, Durham, NC 27701
Requested Amount: $2.3 million

 

Project Sponsor: City of Durham
Project Name/Location: Construct a multiuse trail on former rail corridor Duke Beltline Trail, Durham, NC 27701
Requested Amount: $4 million

 

Project Sponsor: City of Durham
Project Name/Location: Construct a shared-use path and sidewalks, install beacon, along Third Fork Creek Trail, Durham, NC 27701
Requested Amount: $2 million

 

Project Sponsor: Franklin County
Project Name/Location: Relocate Sam Horton Road and Airport Road outside of the airport Runway Protection Zone (RPZ), Louisburg, NC, 27549
Requested Amount: $4 million

 

Project Sponsor: Town of Chapel Hill/Chapel Hill Transit
Project Name/Location: System-Wide Transit Bus Stop Improvements, Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Requested Amount: $1 million

 

Project Sponsor:Town of Chapel Hill/Chapel Hill Transit
Project Name/Location: Bus Replacements across Triangle Transit Agencies, Chapel Hill, NC 27514

Requested Amount: $8 million

 

Link to financial disclosure for Member-Designated Projects.


Community Project Funding – House Committee on Appropriations

 

Project Name: Homestead Gardens Affordable Housing (2200 Homestead Road, Chapel Hill, NC 27516)

Requested Amount: $2 million

Project Sponsor: Town of Chapel Hill (405 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Chapel Hill, NC 27514

Project Justification: This project is an appropriate use of taxpayer dollars by utilizing an innovative approach to developing affordable housing, providing a mix of approximately 117 rental and homeownership opportunities serving extremely low- to moderate- income individuals.

 

Project Name: Violence Intervention Training to address gun violence

Requested Amount: $250,000

Project Sponsor: Durham County Government (201 E Main St, Durham, NC 27701)

Project Justification: This project is an appropriate use of taxpayer dollars by researching and reporting on the public health anti-violence model conducted by Bull City United, with the primary goal of stopping the spread of community violence. 

 

Project Name: RTP-BIO

Requested Amount: $1.2 million

Project Sponsor: Durham Technical Community College (1637 E Lawson St, Durham, NC 27703)

Project Justification: This project is an appropriate use of taxpayer dollars because it would create a new workforce development collaboration across both Durham and Wake Counties for biotechnology-related career development and employment services.


Project Name: Depot Hill Economic Development

Requested Amount: $750,000

Project Sponsor: Town of Louisburg (110 West Nash Street, Louisburg, NC 27549)

Project Justification: This project is an appropriate use of taxpayer dollars because it would redevelop the Louisburg Train Depot and surrounding areas to unite the Northern and Southern parts of town through economic development, improving the lives of those who have been historically underserved and those who are currently living in poverty.


Project Name: Kerr Lake Regional Water Treatment Plant Improvements

Requested Amount: $2.679 million

Project Sponsor: City of Oxford (300 Williamsboro St. PO Box 1307 Oxford, NC 27565)

Project Justification: This project is an appropriate use of taxpayer dollars because it replaces aging equipment at the Kerr Lake Regional Water Treatment Plan in order to provide safe and reliable drinking water for residents and businesses in Vance, Granville, Warren, and Franklin Counties in North Carolina.   


Project Name: Pittsboro Water Treatment Plant Improvements to remove PFAS from drinking water

Requested Amount: $2,208,800

Project Sponsor: Town of Pittsboro (635 East Street, Pittsboro, NC 27312)

Project Justification: This project is an appropriate use of taxpayer dollars because it would procure and install the necessary plant infrastructure to remove PFAS from the town's drinking water for the entire water treatment plant capacity.


Project Name: Harriet’s Place renovations - Harriet Tubman YWCA (312 E Umstead St, Durham NC 27707)
Requested Amount: $1 million

Project Sponsor: Reinvestment Partners (110 East Geer Street, Durham, NC 27701)

Project Justification: This project is an appropriate use of taxpayer dollars because it would renovate the Harriet Tubman YWCA, a key building in Durham’s history and in the Black community, and create much needed efficiency apartments affordable to individuals earning 30% and 60% or below area median income. At least four of the units will be set aside for formerly homeless individuals or other special needs populations.


Project Name: Assessing and Tracking Tactical Forces Initiative – Matthew Gfeller Center (2207 Stallings-Evans Sports Medicine Center, Chapel Hill, NC 27599)

Requested Amount: $4 million

Project Sponsor: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (310 South Building, Chapel Hill, NC 27599)

Project Justification: This project is an appropriate use of taxpayer dollars by funding the expansion of important and innovative research to assess career-long brain health among Special Operations Forces (SOF) soldiers and to incorporate additional SOF communities based at installations across North Carolina. The project’s utility in other non-SOF military populations within the state would also be explored. 


Project Name: Wake Forest Reservoir dam repairs

Requested Amount: $706,500

Project Sponsor: Town of Wake Forest (301 South Brooks Street, Wake Forest, NC 27587)

Project Justification: This project is an appropriate use of taxpayer dollars because it would address the safety risks associated with this 1960s-era reservoir deemed "high risk" by the North Carolina Dam Safety Program. This funding will be used to decommission the existing water plant and implement new safety measures to lessen its dam hazard status and mitigate flooding.


Project Name: Downtown Economic Revitalization

Requested Amount: $700,000

Project Sponsor: Town of Zebulon (1003 North Arendell Avenue, Zebulon, NC 27597)

Project Justification: This project is an appropriate use of taxpayer dollars because it would focus on downtown and alley activation to create job opportunities and use public space and access opportunities to connect residents to services, retail, and, employment.

 

Link to financial disclosure for Member-Designated Projects.