Daviess County getting better water infrastructure
DAVIESS CO., Ky. (WEHT) – Lt. Governor Jacqueline Coleman traveled to Daviess County on March 3 to present more than $4.7 million in grant funding, according to the Daviess County Kentucky website.
“These investments from the Cleaner Water Grant program will allow our municipal water plant, water district, water association and regional sewer agency to make upgrades and replace aging infrastructure,” Daviess County Judge/Executive Al Mattingly said. “These projects have been needed for a long time and now will become a reality.”
Lt. Gov. Coleman gave the city the following grants, according to the Daviess County Kentucky website: