Projects

Food Hub Feasibility StudyDSCF0368

Funding Source/Amount: 
USDA Rural Development - $25,000
Description:  These grant funds will be used to pay for a feasibility study.  The study should reveal a location for a food hub that will provide the most benefit to small and emerging producers and a method to reach the greatest market, thus expanding the availability of local foods. 
Status:  Work will begin immediately and the study should be finished in July 2015. 

City of Jonesburg Economic DevelopmentCertainTeed Water Tower

Funding Source/Amount: 
Community Development Block Grant Program – $1,500,000
Economic Development Administration – $1,937,434
Description:  These grants will aid the City of Jonesburg in providing public infrastructure improvements needed to assist the expansion of CertainTeed’s facility in Jonesburg.  The company will create a minimum of $30,000,000 in private investment and 100 new full-time jobs within 5 years.  This project will have a significant economic benefit for the City of Jonesburg as well as the area.
Status:  Construction has begun in the summer of 2014.  Below are photos of the crew laying water and wastewater lines.  Click the bottom photo to see a short clip.
 
CertainTeed Photos
 
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City of Hawk Point Water Project

Funding Source/Amount: 
Community Development Block Grant Program – $499, 250
USDA Rural Development Grant – $495,000
USDA Rural Development  Loan – $1,155,000
Description:  A new 100,000 gallon elevated water storage tank will be constructed, along with a water treatment system at the tower site.  Additional distribution lines will be constructed to connect this system to the current system.  Nearly 9,000 lineal feet of water distribution lines will be replaced.
Status:  Construction started in the summer of 2014.
 
Water Tower in Progress
City of Hawk Point Water Project

Hawk Point Water Project Video Picture

City of Troy Economic Development

Funding Source/Amount: 
Community Development Block Grant Program – $350,000
Economic Development Administration - $756,894
City of Troy - $220,000
Description:  Funds will be utilized for road and drainage system infrastructure improvements.  These improvements will assist with the expansion of Bodine Aluminum, Inc. and will increase the volume of product shipped into and out of the facility.
Status:  Plans are in the review stage.
 

City of Truesdale DemolitionTruesdale google map

Funding Source/Amount: 
Community Development Block Grant Program – $73,390
City of Truesdale - $1,500 cash / $3,900 In-Kind labor
Property Owners – $1,500 in demolition fees.
Description:  Funds will provide for the demolition of 6 vacant dilapidated residential structures.  Each property will be inspected for asbestos prior to demolition
Status:  Demolition will begin in the fall of 2014.
 
 

 

Village of Truxton/Hawk Point FPD Firehouse

Funding Source/Amount: 
Community Development Block Grant Program – $250,000
Hawk Point Fire Protection District - $105,390 cash / $1,000 In-Kind labor
Description:  Funds will assist in the construction of a new 3-bay fire station which will serve the Truxton area and the northwest portion of the District.
Status:  Construction will begin in the fall of 2014. 
 

Montgomery County Highway 19/RR OverpassRR bridge pic

Funding Source/Amount: 
Community Development Block Grant Program – $2,250,000
Missouri Department of Transportation – $4,250,000
Description:  A new Highway 19 overpass will be constructed at the railroad.  The highway currently goes under the railroad and is frequently flooded during heavy rains.
Status:  Construction should begin in 2015.
 

Village of Whiteside Sewer

Funding Source/Amount: 
Community Development Block Grant Program – $417,200
Missouri Development Finance Board Loan – $150,000
Village of Whiteside – $3,300 Cash
Description:  The Village will install a community-wide sanitary sewer system consisting of a collection system and treatment plant.  The collection system will be a combination of gravity sewer mains, liftstations and force mains that will enable them to serve the varying elevations in the community.  The collection system will consist of 8,900 lineal feet of PVC piping.  The treatment system will consist of a recirculating sand filtration system with disinfection.
Status:  Construction should begin in 2015.
 

City of Silex Wastewater Improvement Project

Funding Source/Amount: 
Community Development Block Grant Program – $422,000
USDA Rural Development Grant - $387,500
USDA Rural Development Loan - $365,000
Description:  This project will replace two lift stations and will convert an existing lagoon to a zero-discharge drip irrigation treatment system.
Status:  Construction should begin in 2015.
 

Lincoln County Public Water Supply District #2

Funding Source/Amount: 
Community Development Block Grant Program – $499,250
Private Loan – $2,187,000
Description:  This project is in conjunction with the city of Troy wastewater project.  Lincoln Co. PWSD #2 needs to construct a community sanitary sewer collection system to serve an unsewered area northwest of Troy for treatment.  This project will construct a sewage collection system that will run along State Highway H, Fairgrounds Road, and Sydnorville Road.  The system will include forcemains, gravity mains, liftstations and manholes to serve the 224 homes in the District that are currently on private septic systems.
Status:  Construction should begin in 2015.
 

City of Troy Sewer

Funding Source/Amount: 
Community Development Block Grant Program – $427,356
City of Troy - $643,800 Cash
Description:  This project is in conjunction with the Lincoln County PWSD#2 project.  Lincoln PWSD#2 needs to construct a community sanitary sewer collection system to serve an unsewered area northwest of Troy.  The district will transport the waste to Troy for treatment.  This project will construct a sewage transmission (interceptor) line from the current northeast treatment plant to the city’s new MBR plant.  A new liftstation will be constructed and improvements will be made to the headworks to divert this flow.
Status:  Construction should begin in 2015.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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