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Providing grants and low-interest loans for water and wastewater infrastructure improvements.
Facilitating more than $3 billion in financial assistance to cities, towns, and rural water districts while saving communities and water systems more than $1 billion over conventional financing options.
Moore's WWTP Successfully Doubles Capacity Without Going Offline Despite Tornado Woes
Passage of State Question 764 in November 2012 allows the OWRB’s Financial Assistance Program to meet much of the state’s projected $82 billion water and wastewater financing need. The new Water Infrastructure Credit Enhancement Reserve Fund, created through a constitutional amendment approved by voters, essentially establishes a $300 million pledge of credit that enables the OWRB to leverage funds in the bond market as water and sewer projects become ready for construction.
Federal Stimulus Funding
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