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Warminster Looks to Improve Storm-Water Conditions

January 15, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

The Warminster Board of Supervisors - File - (Tom Sofield)

The Warminster Board of Supervisors moved forward with a grant application process that, if received, would provide the township with $500,000 to improve storm-water conditions in the area.

The grant, sponsored by the state’s Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program, is a matching grant and would require the township to spend $500,000 — monies that could come out of the township’s storm-water fund that has just more than $600,000.

According to Township Manager Robert Tate, the township was notified about the opportunity last month and Warminster already made it through the first cut. With the board’s approval, a full application for the funding was submitted Jan. 14.

Instead of using the money to complete one project, Craig Kennard, the township’s engineer, said putting the monies toward moving a number of projects together might be a better idea.

(Read full story at the Public Spirit)

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