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TWDB approves $355 million for water, wastewater improvement projectsTWDB approves $355 million for water, wastewater improvement projectshttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=168212017-06-09T05:00:00Z2017-06-09T17:00:00Z​​AUSTIN – The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) approved $355 million to help pay for upgrades to water and wastewater systems throughout the state.

Of that, $23 million will go toward rural projects.

Those receiving financial assistance from TWDB are: 
  • Angelina and Neches River Authority: $1.5 million for improvements to wastewater system; 
  • City of Dallas, which also includes Dallas County, Denton, Collin, Ellis, Tarrant, and Kaufman Counties: $330 million to help pay for upgrades to water and wastewater systems;
  • Greater Texas Utility Authority on behalf of Tom Bean in Grayson County: $135,000 for a water-supply project;
  • Rogers in Bell County: $4.8 million for water and wastewater improvements; 
  • San Juan in Hidalgo County: $2.3 million to pay for providing first-time wastewater service to some residents; and
  • $16.7 million to Vinton in El Paso County to fund wastewater system upgrades.
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