A few county residents could have an opportunity of getting public water through a state "self-help" program that provides funding for materials when local residents provide the labor.

Residents of Munday Road, Sugar Camp and the end of Back Fork who are interested, should attend this week's public hearing.

"This is the first time the Public Service District has tried to use the the self-help fund for water line extension," said Dale Cunningham, Pleasant Hill PSD President.

A public hearing is scheduled Thursday at 7 p.m. in the little courtroom at the Calhoun Courthouse.

Cunningham said between $100,000 and $150,000 is available from the state self-help fund.

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