Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Elise Stefanik today announced the Town of Schuyler Falls will receive $6,862,000 in grants and loans from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) for water and waste disposal.
“I am announcing a significant amount of taxpayer dollars will return to our community to secure a water supply for the Town of Schuyler Falls,” Stefanik said. “After experiencing a loss of adequate access to a safe water supply, this investment will secure reliable access for the community.”
This Rural Development investment will be used for the installation of a water main within the Morrisonville water district in the Town of Schuyler Falls in Clinton County to provide adequate and safe drinking water.
This project will be partially funded through by $5,562,000 in Rural Development direct loan funds and $1,300,000 in Rural Development grant funds.