Antwerp, Morristown & Clifton Get $6M In State Grants

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Millions of dollars have been earmarked to improve water and sewer systems in three north country communities.

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced the approval of $451.6 million in grants and low-cost loans to improve drinking water and wastewater infrastructure from New York City to Western New York.

These projects are designed to protect public health and the environment with cleaner water supplies while also create economic development opportunities.

The following north country communities are receiving grants:

- Village of Antwerp (Jefferson County) $3,197,700 no-interest loan for improvements to the village's Water Pollution Control Plant.

- Town of Clifton (St. Lawrence County) $2 million grant and $667,000 in a no-interest loan for the construction of a new wastewater collection and treatment system in the Town of Clifton.

- Town of Morristown (St. Lawrence County) $1,062,697 interest-free loan to create a sewer collection system to replace septic systems along the St. Lawrence River.

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Tuesday, September 2, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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