HARRISBURG – Rep. Barb Gleim (R-Cumberland) today announced more than $2.7 million in state grants have been awarded for sewer and water infrastructure, and arts and culture projects in the 199th Legislative District.
“This grant funding is essential for the health and growth of our communities,” said Gleim. “Ensuring residents have safe and reliable water and sewer services, as well as access to enriching cultural programs, are important components to every community, which is why I advocated for this funding.”
Grants awarded through the Commonwealth Financing Authority (CFA) for the 199th Legislative District are as follows:
• South Middleton Township Municipal Authority - $1.75 million for the Well No. 1 Water Tank construction project located in South Middleton Township, Cumberland County.
• Borough of Carlisle - $520,000 for the rehabilitation of its Regional Sanitary Sewer System pipes located near the Ridge Street Wastewater Pumping Station in Carlisle Borough.
• Newburg-Hopewell Joint Authority - $420,750 for rehabilitation of sewer mains within Newburg Borough.
• Carlisle Arts Learning Center - $18,615 for operating expenses for the art organization located in Carlisle Borough.
• Carlisle Regional Performing Arts Center - $16,304 to assist with operating expenses for the performing arts organization located in Carlisle Borough.
The CFA was created in 2004 as an independent agency of the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development to administer the Commonwealth’s economic stimulus packages.
Representative Barbara Gleim
199th Legislative District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
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