This project includes the construction of a new elevated water tank and new municipal water main along a portion of the Route 202A corridor. This large project is possible through the leveraging of $5.4M in grant funds from the State's Drinking Water and Groundwater Trust Fund, as well as $3.3M in funds from the NHDES MtBE Remediation Bureau. The project will bring municipal water to areas in the Rt. 202A corridor which have poor well water quality due to natural and man-made contaminants. Over two miles of water main will be delivered to Rt. 202A and neighborhoods cross country from Rt. 202. Neighborhoods to receive access to the new municipal water mains include Winkley Farm Lane, Fiddlehead Lane, Dustin Homestead Condo Assoc., areas of Rt. 202A connecting these neighborhoods, and to a limited length of Rt. 202A in the Crown Point area. This is a very large project and is anticipated to require two years of construction to complete.