Pipes for water, sewer and drainage projects in 2011 were funded by FEMA. This year, the city will receive a $2 million grant to maintain infrastructure repairs 11 years after Hurricane Katrina.
Pipes for water, sewer and drainage projects in 2011 were funded by FEMA. This year, the city will receive a $2 million grant to maintain infrastructure repairs 11 years after Hurricane Katrina. John Fitzhugh Sun Herald
Pipes for water, sewer and drainage projects in 2011 were funded by FEMA. This year, the city will receive a $2 million grant to maintain infrastructure repairs 11 years after Hurricane Katrina. John Fitzhugh Sun Herald

$2 million grant will aid Gulfport’s water, wastewater improvements

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