Greenville MA Receives $3.8M in State Funding for Water System

Senator Michele Brooks is pleased to announce that the Municipal Authority of the Borough of Greenville will receive $3.8 million in funding from The Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (PENNVEST) to address water quality issues and promote economic development and creation.

The municipal authority will receive a $1,443,442 grant and a $2,401,578 low-interest loan to replace failing infrastructure, add security at the water storage facilities and treatment plant and support future business development.

This project will serve 5,620 residents of the Borough of Greenville, as well as portions of Hempfield and West Salem Townships.

“Working with local officials, we were able to secure this substantial funding package which will help reduce the financial impact on residents, as well as encourage and assist with future job growth and development in our area,” said Senator Brooks.

Contact:          Diane Helbig               (724) 588-8911