Indiana gets $250M for water upgrades, Ohio gets $278M

04/23/2009 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model) · Forbes

State funds and grants from the federal stimulus package will pay for water infrastructure updates in 43 Indiana and 74 Ohio cities and towns. The projects in Indiana will cost $250 million, and $57 million will come from the stimulus package. Columbus, Ind., will receive the largest share of the funds and will replace an aging sewage-treatment plant. Ohio will use $5 million in stimulus funds to build a $15.8 million groundwater system.

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