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Ayden North Carolina gets $6M Grant for Infrastructure Improvements
Brock Letchworth/The Daily Reflector
Ayden Mayor Steve Tripp, right, speaks with U.S. Sen. Richard Burr Tuesday during a check presentation for the town of Ayden.
Ayden North Carolina Mayor Steve Tripp says the ship is turning for Ayden and the United States Department of Agriculture is at the helm. Ayden has seen continued growth as a suburb of it's larger neighbors Greenville & Winterville in the last decade. Today, Ayden encompasses over 2.5 square miles and is home of over 5,000 residents. The community is continuing to prepare itself for new growth as Pitt County continues to develop as a major industrial and economic center for eastern North Carolina. While focusing on progressive planning and growth management for the future, Ayden, home of the annual Ayden Collard Festival, is continuing to strive to maintain the character and quality for which the Town has become known as "a hometown to love".
Tripp on Tuesday announced the town has been awarded $1.5 million in federal grants and a $4.47 million loan by the USDA to fund infrastructure improvements for the town's sewer system.
The money is being used to purchase a $280,000 VAC-CON combination truck used for cleaning sewer lines, replace ... more
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