Superintendent Brian Hunt said that 61 percent of the project's funding may be reimbursed; the final cost to the district is estimated at $28,000.
The district will supply residents with Bethlehem water, but some remain on wells by choice, while a small number have design issues still to be resolved.
A local resident and college student tells the story of increased train traffic — and potential danger from crude oil trains — in her hometown in a video she produced with Environmental Advocates.
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