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Forum staff reports, Published September 25 2009

North Dakota water projects get stimulus funding

WASHINGTON – Cass Rural Water District and other water providers in North Dakota will use federal stimulus dollars on projects to improve infrastructure of the state’s water sources, Sen. Byron Dorgan announced Thursday.

Cass Rural Water District, McKenzie County Water District, North Central Rural Water Consortium and the city of Zeeland will work with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to begin construction on water supply projects, Dorgan said in a statement.

More than $3.7 million will go toward Cass Rural Water District to build a pipeline that will improve water supply services to Casselton, Kindred, Mapleton and Davenport, according to Dorgan’s statement.