Grant given for sewer in parts of Che...

Grant given for sewer in parts of Chesterfield County

There are 1 comment on the Morning News story from Apr 26, 2008, titled Grant given for sewer in parts of Chesterfield County. In it, Morning News reports that:

“There is a rumor that the facility will handle 10 million gallons of wastewater from Union County, N.C., but that is not true”

The Alligator Rural Water and Sewer authority has received $11 million in loans and grants to provide sewer service to parts of Chesterfield County. via Morning News

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Concerned Citizen

Mcbee, SC

#1 Jul 16, 2008
Alligator Water & Sewer should be stopped before ruining Chesterfield county. If I wanted to live in a metropolis, I'd move. Odom and Spratt are just filling their pockets by selling a SC natural resource. It Should Be Against The Law!

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