Vermont offers federal rescue funding for well, septic fixes

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources says it is providing more than $1 million in federal pandemic rescue funds to help low- and middle-income homeowners repair or restore failed or inadequate wells and sewer systems substitute.

Eligible homeowners are encouraged to apply for the first round of funding by April 15.

The agency says the money can be used for failed or inadequate wells, springs, septic tanks, leachate fields, or sewage systems to ensure Vermonters have access to safe drinking water and proper sanitation.

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