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Hawkinsville Receives Loan to Upgrade Water System
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The city of Hawkinsville will get more than $86,000 to improve its waste water system.

The Georgia Environmental Finance Authority announced that the state would finance improvements for eight projects around the state, including in Hawkinsville.

A news release says the Clean Water State Revolving Fund helps communities grow and develop economically through low-interest loans. It says eligible projects include a wide variety of storm and wastewater collection and treatment projects.

Hawkinsville will get $86,350 to finance wastewater system improvements to increase line capacity. The program says that will help correct overflow problems during heavy rain.

The city of Hawkinsville will pay 3.81 percent interest on the ten-year loan.

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