January 12, 2011

Wednesday’s Water News: Indiana Community Receives $1.4 Million Grant for Sewer Upgrades

Posted in Arkansas, Indiana, Iowa, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, Texas, West Virginia at 8:20 pm by bengann

Top Story
Crothersville, Indiana has received a $1.4 million grant to make improvements to the city’s sewer system. The money will be used inconjunction with a loan from USDA to complete the $3.5 million sewer project.

Other Headlines
Bullard, Texas is about to begin a $1.6 million expansion of its sewer plant. The expansion will ensure that the sewer plant can sustain continued growth.

According to a recent study, the growing population in Amity Township, Pennsylvania will force the municipality to spend $9.7 million by 2020 to expand its wastewater treatment plant.

Two major water main breaks led to some wet driving conditions early Wednesday morning in the downtown area of Dallas, Texas.

Students at a magnet middle school in Little Rock, Arkansas were sent home early today following a water main break near the school that shut off water service.

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