The Water Well Trust, the only national nonprofit helping low income Americans get access to a clean, safe water supply, announced that it is still seeking eligible households from 15 counties in Georgia to receive new water wells or rehabilitate existing wells before available funding expires on September 30, 2017.
The Water Well Trust (WWT) received a matching grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) for a project to increase potable water availability to households in 15 Georgia counties, including Colquitt, Grady, Hancock, Hart, Jones, Jefferson, Meriwether, Murray, Monroe, Worth, Twiggs, Macon, Washington, Wilcox, and Warren.
To qualify for a WWT loan, Georgia applicants must be the owner and occupant of the home as their primary residence. In addition, the annual household income for the applicant and all other occupants of the home must not exceed a combined total of $45,300.
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Early voting begins at 8:30AM October 17th, at the Government Center. To view or print your sample ballot, please visit mvp.sos.ga.gov
Weekday hours are 8:30-5:00, and we will be open one Saturday only, on October 29th from 9-4
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To be eligible to vote in the November 8, 2016 General Election, you must be registered to vote by October 11th. To check your registration status, register to vote, or make any changes to your name or address, please visit mvp.sos.ga.gov
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There will be a Football Coaches Clinic this Saturday @ 9am at the Jones County High School cafeteria.Read more