WASHINGTON (WTVA) - The federal government is providing money to help some local water systems.
One of those systems is the Cason Water District in Monroe County. It is receiving a nearly $2 million grant and a more than $2 million loan from U.S. Department of Agriculture.
That money will help pay for a booster station, an elevated storage tank and water lines so more than 1,600 customers can get their water from the Tombigbee River.
The Ingomar Water Association in Union County is getting a $903,000 loan from the USDA so 40-year-old water meters can be replaced with radio-read meters.
That money will also help the association replace some water lines for its more than 900 customers.
- Two local water systems getting federal money for improvements
- Two local communities get federal money for improvements
- Local water departments receive funds to improve
- Oxford looks to improve city's water and sewer systems
- Four local fire departments getting federal money
- Mississippi receiving federal highway money after floods
- Atmos Energy improving natural gas distribution system in Starkville
- Federal judge intervenes in Mississippi mental health system
- Local elementary schools improve literacy skills
- Saltillo currently in progress to improve water quality