Getting on to the newly expanding water service in Scott County is possible, but you must act now…Kirby Ray has more for KZIM-KSIM.
A water district created to serve Scott County's rural residents is expanding to include about 56 miles of new later lines to serve about 150 new customers. Scott County Public Water Supply District No. 4’s project cost is $2.1 million, with funding coming through USDA Rural Development loans and grants. Young's Construction of Hornersville is installing the water lines around central and northwest Scott County. If residents want to sign up now along the lines that are being installed, it will cost $150, but only during construction. Manager Tim McIntyre says residents can be added to the lines after the current construction is complete, but it will probably be more expensive. To sign up or get more information, contact the district office at 573-481-2207.
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