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USDA Invests $14 Million in Infrastructure Project for People in Rural Wayne County


United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) State Director of Rural Development Bob Morgan today announced that the Department is investing $14 million in rural Wayne County, PA.

The South Wayne County Water and Sewer Authority will receive a Water and Waste Disposal Loan and Grant of $14,879,000 to upgrade their wastewater treatment plant for the public sewer system. The plant currently serves residential communities in Salem and Lake Townships, PA. The plant, over 40 years old, has reached the end of its useful life.

"An investment in infrastructure of this magnitude will directly impact the lives of rural Americans in Pennsylvania," said Morgan. "President Biden has laid out a roadmap for building a better America, and this project is another milestone in that plan. With the 'build a better America' agenda, USDA will fund more critical projects in Pennsylvania."

Since 2020, USDA Rural Development has invested $28 million in Wayne County through over 40 programs, with over $103 million obligated in Pennsylvania's 8th Congressional District.

"Upgrading our aging infrastructure is a top priority for bolstering opportunity and prosperity," said Rep. Matt Cartwright, a member of the House Appropriations Committee. "I'm a strong advocate for programs like this, working to ensure our communities are attractive, safe places to live, work, and play."

The project will receive additional funding of a $3,879,000 loan and a $539,000 grant, following a $10 million loan and grant combination obligated in 2019.

Planning for the project began in 2003, and the Authority is pleased to see it come to fruition.

"We're very excited to have received the grant and low-interest loans for our facility upgrades," said Jack Lennox, executive director for Roamingwood Sewer and Water, agent of the South Wayne County Water and Sewer Authority. "Our communities will have one of the most state-of-the-art facilities in the country along with brand-new infrastructure."


Under the Biden-Harris Administration, Rural Development provides loans and grants to expand economic opportunities, create jobs, and improve the quality of life in rural areas. This assistance supports infrastructure improvements, business development, housing, and community facilities. For more information, visit www.rd.usda.gov. To subscribe to USDA Rural Development updates, visit our GovDelivery subscriber page.

USDA plays a vital role in the lives of Americans by transforming the food system, ensuring access to healthy food, making investments in rural infrastructure and clean energy, and promoting equity across the Department. Learn more at www.usda.gov.