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Twenty Mile Creek Water receives DEQ funding

 
November 2, 2022

Twenty Mile Creek Water Association, Inc. in Boundary County was awarded $45,000 from the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality to prepare a drinking water planning study to evaluate the current drinking water system and identify needed improvements.

The total eligible project cost is $90,000, and the remaining $45,000 will be funded by Twenty Mile Creek Water Association, Inc.

DEQ today announced the award of $1,030,979 to 20 drinking water and wastewater systems to help the facilities evaluate deficiencies and determine necessary upgrades.

“Families, farmers, ranchers, and all Idaho residents rely on clean, efficient water and wastewater systems," Idaho Governor Brad Little said. "These systems are not only a crucial part of our way of life, but our economy as well. Funding for these projects from my Leading Idaho plan aims to ensure that Idaho residents – especially those in our rural communities – can depend on our water and wastewater infrastructure for generations to come.” said Idaho Governor Brad Little.

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