AUSTIN (February 28, 2013)—The Texas Water Development Board has approved loans to the North San Saba Water Supply Corporation and to the Upper Leon River Municipal Water District, which serves customers in Comanche, Coryell, Eastland, Erath, Hamilton, and Lampasas Counties.
The $2,503,816 loan to the North San Saba Water Supply Corporation consists of a $335,000 loan and $2,168,816 in loan forgiveness from the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund.
The money will be used to construct two pump stations and two storage tanks and to replace 6.5 miles of transmission line through which to pump water purchased through the corporation's existing interconnection with the City of San Saba, the board said.
The $1,176,272 loan to the Upper Leon River Municipal Water District consists of a $775,000 loan and $401,272 in loan forgiveness from the revolving fund.
The money will be used to plan and design future to the district's system.
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