PENNVEST investing $12M for Indiana water projects

Two Indiana County water projects have received approval for state funding totaling USD $12 million, according to state Sen., Don White and state Rep., Dave Reed.

The Indiana County Municipal Services Authority (ICMSA) will use USD $8.2 million in Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (PENNVEST) funding for its Penn Run-area project, which involves the construction of approximately 87,500 feet of various size waterlines along with related valves, hydrants, meters and about 300 service connections. The funding will also support a 250,000-gallon water storage tank and renovations to the Heilwood Water Plant.

The Central Indiana County Water Authority (CICWA) will use its USD $3 million award from PENNVEST for the construction of approximately 21,200 feet of various size waterlines, a 220,000-gallon water storage tank, a chlorine feed system at the Route 119 pump station and the replacement of 4,200 feet of old waterlines in Center Township.

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