Prioritizing Capital Improvements to Water Infrastructure in Robbins - Metropolitan Planning Council

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Prioritizing Capital Improvements to Water Infrastructure in Robbins

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Through the Drinking Water 1-2-3 Technical Assistance program, MPC coordinated expert assistance to help communities tackle their most pressing water challenges. In the Village of Robbins, MPC worked with Village staff as well as contract engineers and consultants to identify the top priorities for Robbins’ water supply infrastructure. This itemized list provides clarity for prioritizing investments and opportunities to achieve economies of scale. The report also prepares the Village’s Board of Trustees and Public Works staff to apply for grants, loans, or other funding sources. For more information, visit metroplanning.org/academy.

 

This page can be found online at http://www.metroplanning.org/multimedia/publication/2000

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