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Proposed state budget has more than $6.4M for Frederick County water improvement projects

January 24, 2024

Multiple municipalities and residential properties in Frederick County would get more than $6.4 million in loan funding for water improvement projects — including treating water system contamination and stream remediation — under Gov. Wes Moore’s proposed fiscal year 2025 capital budget. The towns of Myersville and Thurmont would receive $781,000 and $2.2 million, respectively, to treat the presence of PFAS — known as “forever chemicals” — in water facilities.

Article Source: Frederick News-Post

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