DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – The Ohio Water Development Authority (OWDA) awarded $8.1 million through low interest loans and grants to Ohio communities to improve wastewater and drinking
water infrastructure and make water quality improvements.
In April, OWDA said it funded 11 projects that will replace aging infrastructure, extend service areas, and improve sewer and sewage treatment collection systems.
The following are the communities in the Miami Valley that are receiving funding:
- Montgomery County is receiving $1,555,000.00 at 1.35% for 20 years for the rehabilitation of the 2MG elevated water storage tank in the City of Centerville to extend its useful life
- Montgomery County is receiving $150,000.00 at 1.35% for 20 years for construction of 2,200 feet of waterline along Cynthia Lane to replace aging waterlines
- Montgomery County is receiving $316,402.00 at 1.35% for 20 years for the construction of 5,500 feet of waterline along Guenther Road and Schroeder Road to replace aging waterlines
- The City of Springfield in Clark County is receiving $1,075,000.00 at 1.54% for 30 years for the construction of 4,400 feet of waterline along Mt. Joy Street to replace aging waterlines
For more information about OWDA’s financing programs, visit www.owda.org.