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Milton, W.Va., gets almost $1 million in funds to replace waterline

By McKenna Horsley, The Herald Dispatch

MILTON, W.Va. — Funding for a critical water project is coming to the city of Milton.

After approval from the Infrastructure and Jobs Development Council, Milton is set to receive $970,000 in critical need grant funds to replace about three miles of waterline along Newmans Branch Road. The council met in Charleston and approved the item in a meeting last week.

Councilman Dakota Miller said he and Charlie Conrad, the city’s director of public works, attended the meeting, as well as Del. Daniel Linville, R-Cabell. The replacement will extend along the line from U.S. 60 to the city’s water storage tank on Newmans Branch, the councilman said.

“They all see … it was a critical job that needed to be done for the city of Milton, you know, considering that’s, I would say, 90% of our problems, our biggest problem at this time,” Miller said of the council meeting…

To read more: https://www.herald-dispatch.com/news/milton-gets-almost-1-million-in-funds-to-replace-waterline/article_01d043c8-0487-5ba0-8ca3-53c896896079.html

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