The second billion-dollar tranche of Tribal Economic Development Bonds has now been allocated by the federal government, with the funding authorization being spread over 76 projects for Tribes throughout the country. The largest dollar allocation for any single project in this financing tranche is $30,000,000.00, which was authorized for five projects, with the remainder receiving smaller authorizations.
Examples of approved projects in the second allocation round include:
Campo Band of Mission Indians in California: $30,000,000.00 for Renewable Energy, Tourism, and Wastewater Facilities
Delaware Nation in Oklahoma: $27,253,437.90 for Retail, Industrial, Tourism, Housing, and Renewable Energy Facilities
Ohkay Owingeh in New Mexico: $22,913,488.65 for Refinancing, Recreational, Governmental, and Commercial Facilities
Yankton Sioux Tribe in South Dakota: $10,934,616.39 for Retail, Farming, Renewable Energy, Tourism, and Governmental Facilities
Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation in Oregon: $5,330,048.86 for Health Facilities
Skokomish Indian Tribe in Washington: $1,822,436.05 for Refinancing
The complete list of Tribal projects authorized for bond issues in this second phase is available HERE.