Danville has hit another snag with the federal government and the $1.75 million grant for a parking garage on Third and Walnut streets.
The Federal Transit Administration, the agency reviewing the city's environmental assessment, has sent the city a 12-page list of things it needs to change. The city has until Oct. 1 to make the changes and get the FTA's approval. If it doesn't, the city will not get the grant money.
Every federal grant project has to complete an environmental assessment, said Heart of Danville Executive Director Julie Wagner, who wrote the grant application for the city.
The changes include things like redrawing maps and rewording paragraphs. Wagner said the FTA wants the city to expand on how the parking garage will work with the Bluegrass Community Action Agency, which will have a bus stop in the garage.