Hoopeston Area School District Gets $49,000 State Grant for Water Pipe Replacement

The Hoopeston Area school district gets a grant of $49,000 to cover half the cost to replace water pipes under Maple Grade School.

The grant was a dollar-for-dollar matched fund, according to Mark Eighner, transportation/buildings and grounds supervisor. Maple Grade School just needs to have someone do the replacing of the water pipes.

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