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The Sabine River Authority of Texas is pleased to announce an expansion to the entities eligible for a local and regional water resource funding program. The Community Assistance Program (CAP) is part of an Economic Development Initiative SRA started in 2002 to help promote the improvement of the quality and quantity of services essential for the development of a viable community.
Initially limited to governmental entities which included cities, counties, and districts, the SRA Board of Directors recently approved expanding eligibility for the program to include member-owned, non-profit water supply corporations within the Sabine River Basin (Basin Map ; see also here). Water resource projects should be consistent with the statutory mission of SRA-Texas. Created as a conservation and reclamation district in 1949, responsibilities of the Sabine River Authority of Texas are to control, store, preserve and distribute the waters of the Sabine River and its tributary system for useful purposes.
SRA's Community Assistance Program provides Competitive grants that will complement or leverage water project funds for entities within the Basin.
Funds provided for the GRANT Program must fall within four project categories, which include
and are limited to $10,000 per project.
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For more information about the Community Assistance Program, you may contact Mary Vann at (409) 746-2192 or email: email@example.com.
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