Project type: Infrastructure and Utilities, Sanitation and Water Disposal, Water Supply
Agency: Public Works Administration (PWA), Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), Works Progress Administration (WPA), Public Works Funding, Work Relief Programs
Completed: 1941View Project in a Separate Window
Annual municipal reports for Claremont document extensive New Deal involvement in developing the city’s water supply and sewage systems. In 1935, this work included WPA aid in the construction of the local Rice Reservoir, and CCC construction of five “water holes” “in outlying sections as an added aid in combating fires on isolated farms.” In 1940, the PWA contributed to a municipal sewer project, and WPA labor was used to improve the hospital’s sewer lines. New Deal aid for sewer projects continued into 1941.
Annual Report of the SELECTMEN and other TOWN OFFICERS of Claremont, New Hampshire January 31, 1933 to 1942
Project originally submitted by Andrew Laverdiere on July 16, 2014.
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