The Cortland Common Council approved during their meeting last Tuesday evening for an application and fee payment to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for the Homer Ave. water infrastructure finance and innovation Act (WIFIA) loan.
The City of Cortland looks to upgrade the aging infrastructure and roadway along Homer Ave. The current plan for the gateway project along Homer Ave. will bring a positive impact towards the city.
A loan offer has been provided to the City of Cortland from the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA). The Common Council authorized Mayor Steve to be able to sign and then submit the finding application to the EPA with an authorized payment of $25,000 dollars in an application fee to the EPA.