The Evergreen Metro District stands to gain a possible bonus from the federal government’s economic stimulus program.
The Colorado Water Resources and
Power Development Authority has notified the district that it qualifies for a possible zero percent interest rate on $2 million the district is borrowing to build a new roof on the water treatment plant in Evergreen.
The project is competing with dozens of other project for $40 million in state money, so it is not a done deal. But officials are hopeful because work on the roof is ready to go forward.
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