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The Ferguson Group is proud to be in partnership with Epraim City, Utah and looks forward to successfully helping them meet their goals in Washington D.C.
The Loudoun County, VA Board of Supervisors approved its federal agenda for the upcoming year and sets priorities for federal legislative, regulatory, and grant priorities.

The Ferguson Group works with Loudoun County, VA to advance the County's goals in Washington D.C. One of the County's top priorities is getting Loudoun back into the D.C. Non-Standard Area. Read the full article to learn more about the impacts to Loudoun County and the progress being made with the General Services Administration.

A month after launching its first bike share program downtown, Fort Wayne has been designated as a “Bicycle Friendly Community” by the League of American Bicyclists. In order to earn the distinction as a Bicycle Friendly Community, cities must showcase a willingness to improve cycling conditions and promote cycling locally.
World Water Day Brought Much News On – You Guessed It – Water

March 22, or World Water Day, brought with it much discussion about the future of water policy in the United States. From the White House to Capitol Hill, learn about a few of the major takeaways from World Water Day events and announcements.

TFG helps Midway City Sanitation District Build a New Compressed Natural Gas Fueling Station

With the assistance of The Ferguson Group’s (TFG) Grant Writing Services in 2014, the Midway City Sanitary District (MCSD) was able to celebrate the opening of its new compressed natural gas (CNG) station in the summer of 2015. TFG assisted MCSD secure $250,000 in Clean Transportation Funding from the California Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee (MSRC) to construct a new CNG station and maintenance facility modifications. The new facility has 15 time-fill dispensers and two fast-fill dispensers servicing 10 CNG vehicles and will help the District save about $400,000 per year in fuel costs.


TFG has focused on transportation policy, project funding, and project delivery for over a quarter of a century. Our professionals have worked on all major surface transportation authorization bills since the Surface Transportation Act of 1987, and our successes range from broad national policy development to project-specific clauses and funding. Over the years we have successfully protected and enhanced the interests of our clients – including municipal governments, regional governments, public transit agencies, airports, and joint power authorities.
For most of nearly a decade, the city of Greenville received a handsome return on its contract with Washington, D.C.- based lobbying firm The Ferguson Group. Four years after that contract was allowed to expire, the City has again hired the firm and there is reason to believe the investment could pay off again.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) today announced that $4.6 million in federal funds will be used to control erosion and prevent flooding of the Smale Riverfront Park at the Cincinnati Riverfront. The funding is allocated in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) FY2014 work plan.

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