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Stefanik Secures $2.7 million in funding for Lowville Water District Expansion Project

Published on March 16, 2024

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - North Country Congresswoman Elise Stefanik's Office announced on Friday that she has helped secured $2.7 million in funding for a Water District Expansion Project in the Town of Lowville.

“I am proud to announce that I secured $2.7 million for a Water District Expansion Project in the Town of Lowville through this year’s appropriations process," Stefanik said.

"This funding will be used to improve Lowville’s drinking water quality and expand its access to more residents.”

"This funding will spur our community's welfare and economic progress in Lowville and the surrounding areas," said Lowville Town Supervisor Robert Mullen.

"Through the proposed water district expansions, we will foster sustainable development and a flourishing local economy. We’re grateful for Lewis Planning & Community Development's partnership in securing this vital funding. This award will provide the necessary funding to advance our critical water infrastructure expansions efficiently.”

Stay tuned for another update soon. 

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