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This July the Barton County Conservation District received approval for funding under the Non-Point Source Pollution Management Plan. The programs approved for cost-share funding by the board of supervisors for this plan are plugging of abandoned water wells and upgrading failed sewage systems.
Money is set aside for each program with a maximum amount allowed per site based on the amount of work needed to complete the project.
Thirteen people applied for funding. This leaves funding still available to bring failing septic systems up to state and county codes.  Funding allowed is up to but not to exceed $2,000 ...


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