Millions of state dollars going to WNY clean water projects

Western New York

(WIVB) — More state funding is coming to Western New York. Governor Cuomo today announced more than $34 million for clean water projects statewide including three here in Western New York.

About $3 million is going to Lockport to build a disinfection system at the wastewater treatment plant.

The Village of Perry in Wyoming County is getting more than $8.5 million for improvements to their treatment plant.

And the Village of Westfield in Chautauqua County is getting more than $4.5 million for upgrades to their plant. This money is part of the 2022 enacted state budget.

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