Funding for clean water infrastructure coming to Norwich

WASHINGTON – The City of Norwich will receive $2 million in federal grant funding from the New York Clean Water State Revolving Fund for water infrastructure projects.

The funding, part of $67 million allocated statewide, is coming to cities, towns and villages all across New York because of a provision secured by U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer in the Congressional Interior and Environment Appropriations Bill.

City of Norwich Director of Finance William J. Roberts said the news was “just fantastic” and, added to a $500,000 grant received earlier on behalf of New York Congressman Michael Arcuri, enables the city to accomplish wish list work on its wastewater treatment plant on state Route 12 South.

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