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USDA invests $1.9 Million to create economic opportunities, expand access to water infrastructure and rehabilitate homes for underserved rural people in West Virginia  

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MORGANTOWN, W.Va.– U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development West Virginia State Director Ryan Thorn announced today that USDA is investing $1.9 million to expand access to housing and water infrastructure for underserved rural West Virginians. The four projects in which USDA is investing will create economic opportunities and improve the lives of people in rural West Virginia. 

“Access to clean and efficient water infrastructure, and affordable and safe housing, are foundational necessities of our rural communities,” said Thorn. “The investments announced today will ensure these communities have . . .

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