Public Works Director, Jim Bridges said the two different grants they're getting keeps the program going. $120,000 is being used for the design of an upcoming project that'll fix an overflowing catch basin. The other $50,000 is for the program's daily use.
"The county's received numerous grants like this which has helped us begin the program back a few years ago and sustain us through this," said Bridges. "Keeps our rates down."
The City of Asotin and the City of Clarkston each received their own grants also.