Found it. It was a $1.1 Million IRAP Grant from 2005, rehabbing 4.23 miles of track from Madison to Cousineau in North Anson.
Here is a little further info from a Pan Am Clipper article.
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"Pan Am Railways is currently rehabilitating 4.23 miles of Maine Central Railroad Company’s former Kineo Branch to
reconnect the tracks of the Madison Branch to North Anson, Maine for a new rail customer, Cousineau Wood Products.
The $1.1 million project is being funded through a joint effort by Pan Am Railways, the State of Maine Industrial Rail Access
Program (IRAP) and the Town of Anson. IRAP provides funding for rail projects that meet the State of Maine’s criteria for
development of industry that requires rail transportation. In order to qualify for funding, an extensive application must be
completed that identifies the need for rail service and quantifies the cost benefits that will be realized by the project."