FAIRBANKS - The National Park Service has provided $5.35 million in federal stimulus money for a new wastewater treatment plant at Denali National Park and Preserve.
The park's wastewater treatment lagoon will be replaced and its collection system will be rehabilitated with the new 100,000 gallon-per-day treatment plant.
Federal stimulus money will also allow the park to replace its dispatch office with a new emergency services and law enforcement facility and to replace a major utility system in the employee housing area.
Those two projects total $7.5 million.
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