Wetaskiwin Times - January 3rd 2012
A $2.73 million upgrade to Wetaskiwin's wastewater treatment facility is being touted as a shining example for the rest of the province and Canada as well.
A cheque presentation, which was a mere formality since the work for the upgrade has already taken place, was held Dec. 12 at City Hall.
Several dignitaries were in attendance including: Mayor Bill Elliot, Wetaskiwin MP Blaine Calkins and Alberta Association of Municipal Districts & Counties president Bob Barss.
One-third of the costs were covered by $910,000 in federal funding through the Federation of Canadian Municipalities' Green Municipal Fund.
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