Four Kentucky water and sewer projects will share part of $547 million in grants announced Friday.
The loans and grants come through the Food, Conservation and Energy Act of 2008, also known as the Farm Bill.
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The Kentucky projects, with loan listed first, followed by grants, are: Eubank (Pulaski County), $1.8 million, $715,000; North Mercer Water District, $1.55 million, $750,000; Perry County Sanitation District, $240,000, $230,000; and Stanton (Powell County), $166,000, $75,000.