The long awaited Normantown-Stumptown water project will officially get underway next week with a ground-breaking.

Construction is expected to start soon on the $2.9 million, 22-mile waterline project.

Dan's Marine Service of Grafton got the waterline construction contract, while Welding, Inc. of Charleston was awarded the bid to install two 50,000 gallon tanks.

There was a projected goal of 167 customers to make the project a go, but only 119 have paid for hook-ups.

The sign-up cost is $250.

The Public Service District's water will be purchased from Glenville Utility's water plant.

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