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 71. PROJECT:Lingle Water Supply Phase II
SPONSOR:Town of Lingle
LOCATION:Goshen County
Purpose Chapter Session Account Appropriation Due Date
Level I 82 1998 I $ 40,000 2000
Level III 16 1999 II $400,000 2003
50% Grant, 50% loan(7.25%, 30 years)

The town utilizes three shallow wells and two storage tanks as their water supply source. Their water system is quite old, and portions are in poor condition. The main part of town is fed by 4 inch lines from a 50,000 gallon 1928 storage tank. The much smaller new section of town is feed from a new 126,000 gallon storage tank.

Level III funding is authorized in 1999 was used to replace the 6 inch line from the tank to the north edge of the older part of town with an 8 inch pipeline and to replace 4 inch lines through the center of town with 8 inch lines. The 1928 storage tank was removed from service. The current request would install 8 inch pipe in the southern part of town and would finance construction of a new storage tank to a higher elevation.

The WWDC recommends the project be incorporated in the Rehabilitation Program at Level III with an appropriation of $711,000. The financing plan is a 50% grant, $355,500 and a 50% loan, $355,500, for thirty years at 7.25% interest.

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