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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congresswoman Carol Miller (R-WV) secured a total of $11,823,000 worth of funding for a variety of projects around West Virginia. Thirteen out of the fifteen Community Project Funding requests Congresswoman Miller submitted passed the House of Representatives, and funding will be available for projects to access once the Senate passes and President Joe Biden signs the Consolidation Appropriations Act of FY24 into law.

“I’m thankful to have secured $11.8 million worth of funding for many important projects throughout West Virginia. My priority was to ensure as many West Virginians as possible have access to clean water and medical attention, and I am pleased to see that many of my community project funding requests have been passed. No matter where you live, everyone deserves uncontaminated water and access to quality health care. This is only the beginning of the funding I hope to deliver for West Virginia, and I’m looking forward to seeing these projects completed soon,” said Congresswoman Miller.

Below is the breakdown of the funding.

$905,000 for Marshall Mobile Medical Unit that will serve Logan, Mingo, Lincoln, Boone, Mason, Cabell, and Wayne Counties.
$211,000 for Mobile Law Enforcement Technologies Project in Braxton County.
$750,000 for Pre-Treatment Facility Construction Project at the Salt Rock Sewer Public Service District wastewater treatment plant in Cabell County.
$1.75 million for Sewer Construction Project in McDowell County.
$1 million for Wastewater Improvements Project in Wayne County.
$1 million for Sarvis Fork Water Service Extension Project in Sandyville in Jackson County.
$1 million for Water System Improvement Project in Clay County.
$750,000 for Williamson Water System Infrastructure Project in Mingo County.
$1.5 million for Crab Creek Water Treatment Plant Improvement Project in Mason County.
$750,000 for Brenton/Baileysville Waterline Extension Project in Wyoming County.
$1 million for the St. Albans Boys and Girls Club in Kanawha County.
$557,000 for Bluefield Economic Development in Mercer County Carbon Corridor.
$650,000 for REACHH Family Resource Center in Summers County.

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