HARRISBURG – Rep. Bryan Cutler (R-Lancaster) announced Tuesday he has secured a state grant approved by the bipartisan Commonwealth Financing Authority in the Department of Community and Economic Development to support an ongoing manhole and interceptor relining project in Quarryville Borough and Providence Township.
This $680,000 grant was requested by the Quarryville Borough Authority to help with an ongoing water drainage infrastructure project in both Quarryville Borough and New Providence in Providence Township. The funding for this project will allow for relining 11 existing brick manholes and approximately 2,770 linear feet of the existing 8-inch transite interceptors located between 2350 Old Road, New Providence, and 368 Camargo Road, Quarryville.
“The ability to return taxpayer investment into the Commonwealth back to our local communities is an important part of the work lawmakers do in Harrisburg,” Cutler said. “I am proud to be able to secure this critical funding for our community to enhance our infrastructure and ensure our community has the resources it needs to thrive.”
Republican Leader Bryan Cutler
100th Legislative District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
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