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The annual clean-up day in Columbus Junction will be Apr. 21, the city council agreed Wednesday.
The plan would eliminate two programs worth $3.6 billion that provide money for teacher preparation and after-school programs.
A 16 percent or $1.5 billion cut. The plan would eliminate more than $250 million in National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration grants, including a program that helps coastal communities adapt to climate change, deal with invasive species and maintain healthy water and fisheries.
A more than 20 percent cut, or $2.5 billion. To be eliminated: a $434 million program that has helped more than 1 million people 55 and older find jobs, according to the department. The blueprint says the Senior Community Service Employment Program is inefficient and unproven.