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More than $7 million in federal funding has been approved for three West Virginia infrastructure projects.
The money from the Economic Development Administration will support the expansion of a Northern Panhandle business complex, along with upgrades to water treatment and distribution systems in Doddridge County and Pineville.
U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin calls the investment a long-term economic opportunity that he says will result in high-paying jobs.
“The EDA continues to be a strong partner for West Virginia, and the funding announced today will allow new and existing businesses in the Northern Panhandle to grow and thrive,” Manchin said.
Individual awards include $3,126,336 for the Business Development Corporation of the Northern Panhandle to support an expansion of the Beech Bottom Industrial Complex in Weirton.
Doddridge County Public Service District received $2,590,800 for water infrastructure improvements and to expand to local businesses in the county.
The remaining $1.5 million will be used to upgrade Pineville’s water treatment and distribution systems with accommodation for future expansion and new business development.