USDA investing in Rockland, SW Harbor water infrastructure

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WASHINGTON (WABI) - Three towns in Maine are receiving more than $46M in investments from the USDA to upgrade water infrastructure.

The money is in the form of grants and loans.

$10M is going to Rockland to rehabilitate its wastewater treatment facility.

Southwest Harbor is getting a little more than $15.5M to upgrade its wastewater treatment facility and pump stations.

Bridgton is getting a little more than $20M to rehabilitate the wastewater treatment system there.