U.S. GAO - Federal Economic Development Funding (GAO-06-436sp)

Federal Economic Development Funding (GAO-06-436sp)

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Airport Improvement Program (20.106) obligations in Kansas by county and program
Dollars and shares using Rural-Urban Continuum

County Rural-Urban Continuum Category Total Obligations (FY2002-2004)
Anderson County Rural 88,350
Atchison County Rural 129,560
Barton County Rural 433,593
Bourbon County Rural 239,091
Butler County Urban 891,382
Cheyenne County Rural 49,400
Clay County Rural 27,000
Cloud County Rural 150,000
Coffey County Rural 577,414
Cowley County Urban 572,171
Crawford County Urban 950,000
Decatur County Rural 9,000
Dickinson County Rural 153,486
Douglas County Urban 3,610,251
Ellis County Urban 2,696,902
Finney County Urban 3,889,162
Ford County Urban 1,355,792
Franklin County Urban 1,169,618
Geary County Urban 262,147
Graham County Rural 96,829
Grant County Rural 573,294
Greeley County Rural 367,322
Greenwood County Rural 126,031
Hamilton County Rural 160,390
Harvey County Urban 2,097,597
Johnson County Urban 3,031,776
Kingman County Rural 722,096
Labette County Rural 191,900
Logan County Rural 298,957
Lyon County Urban 45,000
Marshall County Rural 626,214
McPherson County Rural 157,366
Meade County Rural 71,250
Miami County Urban 607,241
Mitchell County Rural 34,762
Montgomery County Urban 1,449,829
Morton County Rural 102,576
Neosho County Rural 749,976
Ness County Rural 83,073
Osage County Urban 193,707
Pawnee County Rural 444,377
Phillips County Rural 220,898
Pratt County Rural 543,536
Rawlins County Rural 100,000
Reno County Urban 1,983,276
Republic County Rural 153,500
Rice County Rural 153,447
Riley County Urban 813,656
Rooks County Rural 93,813
Russell County Rural 944,836
Saline County Urban 3,832,991
Scott County Rural 52,250
Sedgwick County Urban 29,256,998
Seward County Rural 3,832,894
Shawnee County Urban 2,867,458
Sherman County Rural 414,814
Smith County Rural 67,350
Stanton County Rural 285,827
Stevens County Rural 243,784
Sumner County Urban 4,755,937
Thomas County Rural 367,400

For a more detailed discussion of our scope and methodology and additional details see "Rural Economic Development: More Assurance Is Needed That Grant Funding Information Is Accurately Reported."
(GAO-06-294)