It is declared to be the policy of this state:
(1) To aid and encourage public agencies required to provide treatment works for the control of water pollution in the transition from reliance on federal grants to local self-sufficiency by the use of fees paid by users of the treatment works;
(2) To accept and use any federal grant funds available to capitalize a perpetual revolving loan fund; and
(3) To assist public agencies in meeting treatment works’ construction obligations in order to prevent or eliminate pollution of surface and ground water by making loans from a revolving loan fund at interest rates that are less than or equal to market interest rates. [1987 c.648 §2]
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