The Village of Moorefield will receive $20,100 from USDA Rural Development for water system improvements.
“Our Village is small and has very limited resources and we are grateful that these funds are available to help in times of emergency,” said Board Chairperson Turena Ehlers, Village of Moorefield.
“The Village of Moorefield had an emergency with one of its water wells, and the remaining well was not large enough to supply water to the town. We were fortunate to be able to utilize the Emergency Community Water Assistance Grant program to assist the village with the costs of the needed emergency repairs so that Moorefield was able to get the repairs done quickly and got the town back in service,” said USDA Rural Development Community Programs Specialist, Natalie Furrow.
This project was funded through the USDA Rural Development Emergency Community Water Assistance Grants program. Visit: http://www.rd.usda.gov/programs-services/emergency-community-water-assistance-grants
For more information, contact Natalie Furrow 308.534.2360 ext. 129 or Natalie.email@example.com.
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