Indiantown, FL – The Village of Indiantown public infrastructure improvement programs will receive a $18 million boost when Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed the House appropriations HB 5001 into law. The bill appropriates much-needed funds to improve and upgrade the obsolete and failing wastewater facility.
Indiantown Mayor Jacqueline Gary Clarke said, “Improving our utility services has always been a priority since incorporation. We will continue to be diligent in turning over every rock necessary to obtain all the funding needed to get the work done.” https://www.indiantownfl.gov/community/page/state-florida-appropriates-18-million-indiantown-utility-improvements
The Village of Indiantown recently began a $2.18 million project to improve stormwater drainage and roads in the Booker Park neighborhood. Construction activity will begin over the next two weeks, starting at Palm Beach Street and 173 Avenue. https://www.indiantownfl.gov/community/page/press-release-booker-park-stormwater-drainage-project