(Clyman) A village in Dodge County was one of 15 communities to receive a Community Development Block Grant from the state. The governor’s office announced Monday that Clyman will get a share of the $22.4-million-dollars for critical public infrastructure projects. Governor Tony Evers says as Wisconsin continues to bounce back from the pandemic, they are working to connect the dots to ensure every family and every community can continue to rebound and recover. Evers says the grants will help support upgrades to essential services while sustaining family-supporting jobs in communities across the state. The Department of Administration’s Division of Energy, Housing and Community Resources administers Wisconsin’s Small Cities Community Development Block Grant program. Department of Administration Secretary Joel Brennan says communities of all sizes have struggled for years to make desperately needed repairs to aging roads, water mains, and sewerage systems. He says making these improvements enables municipalities to provide better public services and stronger public infrastructure.