Markell proposes spending $2 million on Delaware’s water infrastructure

    A proposed $2 million alottment to the Delaware Clean Water State Revolving Fund would push forward three of the state’s water infrastructure projects addressing sewer and wastewater management.

    Gov. Jack Markell made the announcement at the Kent County Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility, as WHYY’s Mark Eichmann reports. SRF money is awarded to local goverments as loans. Click here for the full story and acompanying slideshow and audio.

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