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PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank (Infrastructure Bank) announced $1.4 million in low-interest financing through the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) for the extension of a drinking water main line in North Smithfield. The extension will provide access to North Smithfield’s primary drinking water system for 3,000 residents currently living with contaminated drinking water wells.
“Access to safe, clean and affordable drinking water is fundamentally important for all Rhode Islanders,” said Jeffrey R. Diehl, CEO of the Infrastructure Bank. “We are proud to support North Smithfield as it expands its water system infrastructure to deliver safe drinking water to its residents, with the attendant positive health outcomes.”
As part of the loan, the Bank provided the Town with approximately $850,000 of principal loan forgiveness on the original $1.4 million amount. Together, the principal forgiveness and low interest rate will generate $945,000 of debt-service savings, compared with traditional financing.
The Drinking Water State Revolving Fund is a financing program that provides below-market interest rate loans to public and private drinking water systems to complete water infrastructure projects. To date, the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund has provided $578.6 million in low-cost project-financing to 29 water systems across Rhode Island.
Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank is Rhode Island’s central hub for financing infrastructure improvements for municipalities, businesses, and homeowners. We leverage capital in a revolving fund to offer innovative financing for an array of infrastructure-based projects including water and wastewater, road and bridge, energy efficiency and renewable energy, and brownfield remediation. These quality of life projects improve the State’s infrastructure, create jobs, promote economic development and enhance the environment. For more information, please visit www.riib.org.