Three northwest Ohio communities will receive state grants to improve their water and sanitary sewer systems, Lt. Gov. Bruce Johnson has announced.
Fulton County is being awarded $537,000 to install about 21,500 linear feet of sewer lines and one lift station in the Elmira/Burlington area of German Township. The $1.6 million project will assist 65 households.
The village of McGuffey in Hardin County is being given $314,000 to install 130 water meters. The $628,000 project will assist 209 households.
Van Wert County is being awarded $395,000 to install about 6,560 linear feet of sewer lines in Washington Township. The $790,000 project will assist 40 households.
The grants are being awarded through the Ohio Small Cities Community Development Block Grant Water and Sanitary Sewer Program.
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