Century Seeks Grant For Water, Wastewater Improvements

December 6, 2017

The Town of Century is applying for a USDA SEARCH (Special Evaluation Assistance for Rural Communities and Households) grant.

The grant allows financially distressed rural communities with predevelopment feasibility studies, design and technical assistance on proposed water and wastewater disposal projects.

Grant funds must be used to pay predevelopment planning costs including, feasibility studies to support applications for funding water or wastewater disposal projects; preliminary design and engineering analysis; and technical assistance for the development of an application for financial assistance.

The town will develop and submit an application to USDA Rural Development for financial assistance to fund proposed water and wastewater disposal improvements for the town.

Comments

2 Responses to “Century Seeks Grant For Water, Wastewater Improvements”

  1. Citizen on December 6th, 2017 3:22 pm

    God bless the Grantwriters.

    Century is eligible for grants from FDOT for roads, bridges– ADA compliant side walks and probably more.

    Put your street department on that, make them find out how to do that after they learn what a MUTCD is.

    What’s going on with the failed bridge inspections with in City Limits? The County is closing them and repairing them. They also file grants for such.

    What say you?

    The line around Century— Is that a plus or a minus?

  2. Citizen on December 6th, 2017 3:10 pm

    Great use it for that.
    and don’t transfer it to the general fund.
    can’t wait on the oil spill money.

    Keep the water flowing the poop flowing out, the trash picked up and the governor from from shutting us down.





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