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Two Mile gets $4.9-million water upgrade

Federal Gas Tax Fund covers $4.787 million of the project serving 210 residents.

The Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine has secured $4.787 million to provide the Two Mile with a safe and affordable municipal water service.

A press release from the Regional District said the Lower Two Mile Water System will serve approximately 210 residents and will significantly improve public health, fire protection standards and help to strengthen the Hazleton Area in general.

Up to $4.787 million will be received from the Federal Gas Tax Fund to offset the estimated $4.9 total project cost. The balance of the project costs will be funded by the benefitting service area residents.

Read more in the March 14 edition of The Interior News.