Three grants

A division of the Arkansas Department of Agriculture has awarded water system improvement loans in South Arkansas.

The Arkansas Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Commission has approved loans for three South Arkansas water and wastewater projects.

The City of Rosston in Nevada County received a $272,826 loan and a $272,826 loan with principal forgiveness from the Arkansas Drinking Water State Revolving Loan Fund to improve the existing 50,000-gallon elevated storage tank and replace existing water meters. The project will serve 311 customers.

The City of Hampton in Calhoun County received a $277,564 loan from the Arkansas Water Development Fund to convert three wastewater lift stations to submersible style stations. The project will serve 619 customers.

The City of Nashville in Howard County received a $623,519 loan from the Arkansas Water Development Fund to repair an overflow spillway that was severely damaged by recent flooding. The project serves 1,994 customers.

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