Idaho gets Nearly $200K
by Associated Press
BOISE, Idaho - The federal Environmental Protection Agency has awarded nearly $200,000 to the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality for work to improve water quality.
The money is part $39 million being awarded nationally under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to keep and create jobs preventing water pollution and protecting human health and the environment.
Acting EPA Regional Administrator Michelle Pirzadeh says the money will allow the state to protect the health of its watershed despite budget challenges.
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