Sioux City water quality project receives state funding

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A Sioux City water quality project will soon be getting a little extra help.

Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig announced Thursday that close to $800,000 in funding to be split between 10 conservation water quality projects, with Sioux City being one.

Sioux City stands to receive $100,000 of the $200,000 total for it’s Expo Center water quality improvement project.

It focuses on the redevelopment of the former Stockyards and new Expo Center. 

Construction on the new Expo Center should begin later this month.

The other towns that received funding include Algona, Ames, Atlantic, Cherokee, Clive, Coralville, Garnavillo, Grimes, Muscatine and North Liberty.

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