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July 16, 2019 • Page 10 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com HERE’S myCARD! Keep the numbers of these locally owned businesses on hand for all your service and shopping needs. Keyed Car, No Problem Tee’d girlfriend, your problem We Work with All Insurance Companies Harry Lane, Electrical Contractor 665-7670 East Hwy. 50 • Yankton, SD imagine... A TOTAL TRANSFORMATION SHUTTERS GUTTERS SIDING CALL TYLER LEINBAUGH Free In-Home Estimates DOORS 7 12-276-5588 1303 Zenith Drive - Sioux City, IA 51103 WINDOWS www.windowworldsiouxland.com Plumbing • New Construction • Remodels • Repairs New Location Coming Soon: 2400 West City Limits Rd., Lot B • Yankton, SD 605-668-0177 605-661-2894 kps@gpcom.net Kevin, Kurt & Jarod • 25 Years in Business “Don’t Gamble” - Insure With M.T. & R.C. SMITH INSURANCE •Commercial • Residential • Farm Wiring • Prompt Service • Quality Work • Competitive Prices New Construction or Remodeling Home: 665-6612 Cell: 661-1040 ll 24/7 on ca We Can Assist You With ALL Your Insurance Needs Ryan Loecker 402-388-4772 1201 West 2nd St. Crofton, NE 1-800-535-3378 Licensed in Nebraska and South Dakota Exclusive Dealer For... The Best Mower! Also service all lawn mowers and other small engine repairs. Rod’s Piddle Shop 4410 W. 8th, Yankton 605-689-3817 Merkel Electric, Inc dba Johnson Electric 204 W. 4th St. • P Box 1077 .O. Yankton, SD 57078 Downtown Yankton Since 1949 605-665-3611 Creative Marketing for any business, small or large! National Coin Company Serving Collectors Full Time Since 1967 Buying - Appraising Coins, Paper Money, Gold, Silver, Diamonds 1801 Main • Tyndall, SD Call for Appointment Jim Matney (402)981-1958 Put my knowledge and experience to work for you! Contact Beth Rye (605) 665-5884 beth.rye@yankton.net Contact MV Shopper MV Shopper Ang Byykkonen M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y (605) 665-5884 ang@yankton.net M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y To advertise in our next specialty business directory, call the Missouri Valley Shopper at 605-665-5884 To advertise in our next specialty business directory, call at 605-665-5884 Noem Announces More Than $24M For Statewide Environmental Projects PIERRE — Gov. Kristi Noem says the state Board of Water and Natural Resources has approved more than $24 million for water, wastewater, and solid waste projects. The board met recently in Pierre. The $24,096,000 total includes $4,320,000 in grants and $19,776,000 in low-interest loans, with $6,642,000 in principal forgiveness. The grants and loans awarded by the board are administered through the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). “I am pleased to announce that this financial assistance is available,” said Gov. Noem. “These grant and loan awards will result in upgraded storm water, wastewater and drinking water systems, new recycling equipment, and enhanced protection of the environment.” Grants were awarded to: • Rapid City, $750,000 to purchase new recycling equipment Loans were awarded to: • Blackhawk Water User District, $3,810,000 for drinking water system improvements • Box Elder, $1,742,000 for drinking water system improvements • Springfield, $1,950,000 for wastewater and storm water system improvements Loans with principal forgiveness were awarded to: • Irene, $4,253,000 in loans, with $3,089,000 in principal forgiveness, for drinking water and wastewater improvements • Kingbrook Rural Water System, $1,245,000 loan, with $945,000 in principal forgiveness, for drinking water system improvements • Randall Community Water District, $4,600,000 loan, with $2,263,000 in principal forgiveness, for drinking water system improvements Grant and loan packages were awarded to: • Onida, $5,746,000 for drinking water and wastewater projects, which includes $3,570,000 in grants and $2,176,000 in loans with $345,000 in principal forgiveness The grants and loans were awarded from DENR’s Consolidated Water Facilities Construction Program, Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Program, Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program and Solid Waste Management Program. The Consolidated Water Facilities Construction Program, funded in part by revenues from the Petroleum Release Compensation Tank Inspection fee and the sale of lotto tickets, provides grants and loans for water, wastewater and watershed projects. The State of South Dakota and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency fund the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Program, which provides low-interest loans for public drinking water system projects. The State of South Dakota and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency fund the Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program, which provides low-interest loans for wastewater, storm water, water conservation, and nonpoint source projects. Principal forgiveness is a subsidy option that results in a reduced loan repayment amount for the borrower. The Solid Waste Management Program provides grants and loans for solid waste disposal, recycling and waste tire projects. The Legislature annually appropriates dedicated water and waste funding for the Consolidated and Solid Waste programs through the Governor’s Omnibus Water Funding Bill.
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