$2.1 million USDA loan to fund water plan for Shelby

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North Shelby Water District wants greater availability to meet demand

By Lisa King

A federal loan will allow North Shelby Water Company to build infrastructure that will provide an increased amount of water for the community.

USDA Rural Development State Director Tom Fern announced last week that North Shelby had received a $2.1 million loan that will be used to install a 12-inch water transmission main, a booster pump station and other items.

“USDA is proud to work in partnership with North Shelby Water Company on this much needed improvement project,” Fern said in a release announcing the loan.

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