Armanini Applauds Funding for Horton Township Waterline Project
HARRISBURG – An Elk County infrastructure project for which state Rep. Mike Armanini (R-Clearfield/Elk) had been advocating is receiving much-needed financial support from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development.

“These projects are critical investments which need to be made in our local communities,” Armanini said. “I appreciate Horton Township officials for bringing the problem to my attention, and Gov. Josh Shapiro and his administration for listening when I went to bat for the residents of Brockport.”

The county’s Horton Township Whetstone Waterline Project is being awarded a more than $2 million Community Development Block Grant, which will be used by the Brockway Borough Municipal Authority to build a new watermain loop on Keystone Road and a portion of Coder Road in the borough.

“This is a simple matter of updating outdated infrastructure, which will not only improve water quality but allow three new fire hydrants to be installed,” added Armanini.

Questions about this or any state government issue should be directed to Armanini’s St Marys district office at 814-781-6301 or his DuBois office at 814-375-4688.

Representative Michael Armanini
75th Legislative District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

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