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City secures more ARPA funds

Old Stoney final phase delayed for now

The Sundance City Council has successfully tapped into an additional infusion of $30 million into the state’s American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) fund for water and sewer grants.

The city last week secured funding approval from the State Lands and Investments Board (SLIB) for one of the remaining two applications on its wishlist.

The funding will be used to update the only block on Ryan Street that still has old waterlines and reconnect three existing water service lines, at a cost of $195,157.

However, the final stage of the Old Stoney restoration will need to wait a little longer than anticipate...