New Plan Revealed to Comply with Federal Regulations

The Regional Water Resource Agency in Owensboro is working on a new plan for the Environmental Protection Agency that will help Ohio River communities comply with the Clean Water Act of 1972.
The Regional Water Resource Agency in Owensboro is working on a new plan for the Environmental Protection Agency that will help Ohio River communities comply with the Clean Water Act of 1972.

The new plan calls for nearly $56 million in spending on 29 projects over the next 15 years.

Executive Director David Hawes says some projects include a new southwest master pump station that's estimated to cost $6.8 million,and relining pipes in various locations that should cost $7.5 million.

According to the RWRA, the plan must be approved by the Kentucky Division of Water and the Environmental Protection Agency. Officials say the capital plan will be submitted in September.
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