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Twelve Indiana communities are receiving a total of more than $5 million in grants for water and wastewater projects. The federal Community Development Block Grant funding is being awarded through Indiana's Office of Community and Rural Affairs.
August 19, 2014
Indianapolis, Ind. -- Lt. Governor Sue Ellspermann today announced that twelve Indiana communities are receiving grants totaling over $5.4 million for projects through the Wastewater and Drinking Water Program managed by the Office of Community and Rural Affairs. Funded by the federal Community Development Block Grant, this program is available to communities for a variety of infrastructure improvements to enable long-term growth. Each grant must have a match of local funds and meet certain grant requirements.
In announcing the grants, Lt. Governor Ellspermann noted, "Indiana's rural and smaller cities and towns are important to the overall economic and social fabric of our state. Through this specific program and others, we want to help these communities remain attractive places to live, raise families and operate businesses."
The recent grants include:
(Applicant, County, Project Description, Grant Request, Total Local Match, Total Project Cost)
Cannelton, City of, Perry, Wastewater, $432,000 $108,000 $540,000
Cayuga, Town of, Vermillion, Wastewater $400,000 $125,000 $525,000
Jennings County, Jennings, Wastewater, $550,000 $2,690,000 $3,240,000
Worthington, Town of, Greene , Water, $400,000 $769,443 $1,169,443
Pine Village, Town of, Warren, Wastewater, $600,000, $2,627,000 $3,227,000
Medaryville, Town of, Pulaski, Wastewater, $450,000 $400,000 $850,000
Kempton, Town of, Tipton, Wastewater, $500,000 $2,855,502 $3,355,502
Colfax, Town of, Clinton, Water, $350,000 $545,500 $895,500
North Liberty, Town of, St Joseph, Wastewater, $500,000 $2,307,800 $2,807,800
Atlanta, Town of, Hamilton, Wastewater, $394,838 $120,410 $515,248
Walkerton, Town of, St Joseph, Water, $500,000 $600,500 $1,100,500
Greene County, Greene, Water, $400,000 $100,000 $500,000
Source: Office of Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann