Bruceville Lands $330,000 State Grant for New Water Tower

Town officials in Bruceville have acquired a $330,000 state grant to commence construction on a new water tower.


For a town the size of Bruceville, the tower should hold at least 44,000 gallons — 14,000 gallons more than the current structure's capacity. This means higher water rates for Bruceville residents.


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