Photo by Ted Lutz â€“ Julie Graham, secretary-treasurer for Hamlin Township, holds a giant replica of a state check of $2,383,827 for the proposed Lantz Corners Sewer District. The check is from the Pennsylvania Infrastructure and Investment Authority (PennVest). The agency also has approved a 30-year loan of $2,424,173 for the project.
HAZEL HURST â€“ Long-awaited funding finally has been approved for the proposed Lantz Corners Sewer District.
According to information outlined Monday at a meeting of the Hamlin Township Board of Supervisors, the funding could lead to construction next spring.
The Pennsylvania Infrastructure and Investment Authority (PennVest) has awarded a grant of $2,383,827 for the project. PennVest also has agreed to a handle a 30-year-old loan of $2,424,173 with a low interest rate of just 1 percent.
"I'm glad it finally went through," Don Compton, chairman of the Hamlin Township Board of Supervisors, said. "I'm happy we got it."
Compton said the township has been seeking PennVest funding for the project for more than 40 months. The project itself has been under discussion for a decade or more.
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