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Pa. picked for federal lead pipe replacement program

The Bradford Era 03 Feb 2023
... EPA’s Drinking Water State Revolving Fund in the form of grants and loans ... According to Thrasher, PENNVEST – the agency responsible for funding sewer, storm water, and drinking water projects in the state – will also manage most of the funds for the lead replacement initiative.
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Pennsylvania picked for federal lead pipe replacement program

Courier Express 03 Feb 2023
... EPA’s Drinking Water State Revolving Fund in the form of grants and loans ... According to Thrasher, PENNVEST – the agency responsible for funding sewer, storm water, and drinking water projects in the state – will also manage most of the funds for the lead replacement initiative.
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Interior: $580M Headed to 15 Tribes to Fulfill Water Rights

Flathead Beacon 03 Feb 2023
A federal fund created by Congress in 2009 to pay for water rights settlements will contribute the other $120 million ... About $39 million is headed to the Navajo Nation for a separate settlement that will fund drinking water infrastructure in San Juan County, a part of the 27,000-square-mile (71,000-square kilometer) reservation that is in Utah.
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Federal appeals court strikes down domestic violence gun law

The Associated Press 03 Feb 2023
A federal fund created by Congress in 2009 to pay for water rights settlements will contribute the other $120 million ... About $39 million is headed to the Navajo Nation for a separate settlement that will fund drinking water infrastructure in San Juan County, a part of the 27,000-square-mile (71,000-square kilometer) reservation that is in Utah.
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$200M to be allocated to Montana Indian Water Rights Settlements

Victoria Advocate 03 Feb 2023
Additionally, $120 million from the Reclamation Water Settlement Fund will be used.� ... The following Montana settlements will receive funding this year.Blackfeet Water Rights Settlement in the amount of $45,279,000.Confederated Salish Kootenai Tribes-Montana Water Rights Protection Act in the amount of $156,937,000.
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FACT SHEET: President Biden Announces $500 Million for Philadelphia Water Upgrades and Lead Service Removal

The White House 03 Feb 2023
The City of Philadelphia is slated to receive $160 million from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s first of five years of Bipartisan Infrastructure Law water funding to help upgrade water facilities and replace over 19 miles of lead service lines ... Additional grid funding will be made available in the coming months.Airports and Ports.
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Lawmakers Attempting Takeover of Funds for Jackson’s Water System, Federal Manager Warns

ProPublica 03 Feb 2023
— The freeze of early 2021 wasn’t the origin of Jackson, Mississippi’s water system collapse ... Now, both the federal manager and the city’s mayor are warning that state politicians are attempting to take over Jackson’s water system, along with hundreds of millions in federal funds meant for repairing it.
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Biden, Harris to announce funding for lead pipe removal in Philadelphia

The Hill 03 Feb 2023
President Biden and Vice President Harris on Friday will announce $500 million in federal funding for the Philadelphia to upgrade its water system as part of a broader government effort to remove and replace lead pipes ... 2023-02-03T02.00.00+00.00 Biden, Harris to announce funding ...
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Cleaning up ‘forever chemicals’ is costly and messy — just ask this Wisconsin town

Raw Story 03 Feb 2023
State testing and bottled water funds, however, are running out ... funds going to Peshtigo and French Island, Wisconsin, a community with newly discovered PFAS contamination ... Agard said a lack of funding for bottled water is concerning, but bottled water is not a long-term solution.
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Living on a Knife’s Edge, with Water

Pagosa Daily Post 03 Feb 2023
They’re water users.” ... Or the funds go to creating a system of “water credits,” allowing farmers who need more water to buy from farmers who returned excess flows to the aquifer ... This project was funded by a grant from the Water Desk and by States Newsroom, a network of nonprofit news organizations and home to Source NM.
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$11.4 million in water infrastructure grants awarded to Muskegon Heights

Michigan Live 03 Feb 2023
MUSKEGON COUNTY, MI – Nearly $11.5 million in grants have been awarded to the city of Muskegon Heights for its water system, including replacement of lead service lines ... The funding will help pay for water main replacement in several locations, according to Bumstead ... Another 157 homes affected by PFAS slated to get city water in Muskegon County.
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Dry West urges U.S. to consider river diversion

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 03 Feb 2023
Doug Ducey signed legislation in July that invested $1.2 billion to fund projects that conserve water and bring more into the state ... This story was produced by the Mississippi River Basin Ag & Water Desk, an editorially independent reporting network based at the University of ...
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Watch live: Biden, Harris deliver remarks on economic agenda

The Hill 03 Feb 2023
... improving water infrastructure and replacing lead pipes in states across the country ... The funding would help communities access clean, safe, and reliable drinking water, prevent flooding, collect and treat wastewater to protect public health, and safeguard vital waterways. .
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UK asset managers suffer record outflows in 2022

The Irish Times 03 Feb 2023
Retail investors took £25.7 billion out of funds last year, the first ... “The scale of the outflows is eye-watering,” said Emma Wall, head of investment analysis and research at the fund supermarket Hargreaves Lansdown.
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Capex investment will enable India become a $5 trillion economy: Karnataka CM Bommai

Financial Express 03 Feb 2023
The rural infrastructure has been allotted substantial funds for drinking water, housing, rural infrastructure and also urban infrastructure in the Union Budget 2023, he added ...Besides Upper Bhadra project, we are getting funds in rural development, agriculture, national ...

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