Tallying Gregg's earmarks for N.H.

Last modified: 11/28/2010 12:00:00 AM
Sen. Judd Gregg has helped send hundreds of millions of dollars to New Hampshire through federal earmarks in his nearly two decades in the U.S. Senate.

Here are a few of the earmarks Gregg has secured (either alone or by teaming with other members of Congress) in just the past three years:

•$21 million to construct a dry dock support facility at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.

•$10 million to replace squadron operations facilities at the Pease Air National Guard Base.

•$9.5 million for conservation efforts and land purchases in Great Bay.

•$4 million for 'F/A-18 countermeasures improvement' to BAE Systems in Nashua.

•$3.6 million for bridges on the Spaulding Turnpike.

•$3.2 million for a 'receptor and processor for man-portable threat warning' to DRS Codem Systems in Merrimack.

•$3.2 million in a Department of Defense contract to Polartec in Hudson to make fleece-insulating liners.

•$2.3 million to the New Hampshire State Police for anti-gang efforts.

•$2.3 million to expand high-speed broadband connectivity in the North Country.

•$2.3 million to the Ossipee Pine Barrens.

•$1.7 million for the widening of Granite Street in Manchester.

•$1.6 million for rapid small satellite development test facilities at the University of New Hampshire.

•$1.6 million to develop technology for 'rapid foreign language acquisition for specialized military intelligence purposes' to Transparent Language in Nashua.

•$1.4 million to the Appalachian National Scenic Trail.

•$1.3 million for sewer improvements in Nashua and Manchester.

•$1 million for renovations at the Portsmouth Music Hall.

•$800,000 for facilities and equipment at St. Anselm College.

•$750,000 for law enforcement research at the University of New Hampshire.

•$750,000 to the New Hampshire attorney general's office to combat drug-trafficking.

•$570,000 to Dartmouth College for an 'interdisciplinary initiative on engineering and medicine.'

•$285,000 for an expansion at the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Nashua.

•$285,000 for construction and renovations at Concord Hospital.

•$220,000 for drinking water improvements in Lancaster.

•$205,000 for reconstruction of the Robert Frost Farm in Derry.

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