White Hall, Alabama (CONSTANTINE) August 12, 2015 - Earlier today, the Town of White Hall, Alabama, broke ground on a $1.4 million project funded by the USDA Rural Development and HUD Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) to construct a new wastewater treatment facility, along with over 20,000 linear feet of low-pressure sewer main and fifty seven new sewer connections. Constantine Engineering designed the sewer system, and will oversee construction and startup of the new system on Freedom Road between US Highway 80 and the Jackson-Steele Community Center in White Hall.
The ground breaking ceremony was attended by Congresswoman Terri Sewell representing Alabama's 7th Congressional District; United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Tom Vilsack; Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA) Director Jim Byard; White Hall Mayor James Walker; White Hall Councilman Eli Seaborn; Constantine Engineering Project Manager Evan Morgan; and other local dignitaries.
The new wastewater system will protect human health and the environment, and allow for greater economic development opportunities in White Hall, located along the Selma-to-Montgomery Historical Trail in Central Alabama.
Please visit the links below for more information on this project and the ground breaking ceremony:
Press Release from Congresswoman Terri Sewell
Alabama Media Group Coverage
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