HARRISBURG – State Sen. Greg Rothman (R-34) and Rep. Perry Stambaugh (R-86) today announced the approval of $3.3 million in state assistance for water and sewer projects in Perry County.
The following projects were approved today by the Commonwealth Financing Authority:
Liverpool Municipal Authority: $981,100
The grant will help pay for the replacement of a water main in Liverpool Borough.
Liverpool Municipal Authority: $495,979
The funds will help pay for the lining and replacement of a sanitary sewer main in Liverpool.
Penn Township Municipal Authority: $540,000
The funds will help pay for a waterline replacement in Penn Township.
Oliver Township Municipal Authority: $122,050
The grant will be used to rehabilitate portions of the sanitary sewer collection system located near a railroad crossing in Oliver Township.
Newport Borough Municipal Authority: $423,113
The grant will be used to install new sanitary sewers along South Second Street in Newport Borough.
Borough of Duncannon: $254,507
The grant will help fund waterline replacement along Ann Street located in Duncannon Borough, Perry County.
Millerstown Borough: $425,986
The funds will be used for sanitary sewer system improvements in the borough.
“These projects are important for public health and quality of life,” Rothman said. “I am happy to bring this assistance to Perry County, where it will be used to improve infrastructure and help ease the burden on local taxpayers.”
“The upgrades being paid for with this funding will help ensure quality water and wastewater services for communities across the 86th State House District,” notes Stambaugh. “These infrastructure improvements will provide benefits not only for residents today but also our children and grandchildren.”
The Commonwealth Financing Authority is an independent agency of the Department of Community and Economic Development.
CONTACT: Morgan Wagner