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U.S. Representative Hal Rogers and the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet announced grants this week in Prestonsburg, Ky., including a U. S. Army Corps of Engineers $1 million grant to help construct a new Big Sandy Regional Waste Water Treatment Plant and provide sanitary sewer service to 3,000 families and 300 businesses along the U.S. 23 corridor between Prestonsburg and Pikeville. Taking part in the announcement were (from left to right) Director Bob Scott with the DNR Division of Abandoned Mine Lands, Congressman Hal Rogers, District Commander Col. Philip Secrist, Floyd County Judge Executive Ben Hale , and Secretary Charles Snavely with the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet.