News Ottawa and Queen’s Park contribute over $100,000 towards environmental and engineering study in Dysart SHARE ON: Kenny Trenton, contributor, Monday, Jun. 26th, 2017 Photo: Supplied by Kenny Trenton The municipality of Dysart et al is getting provincial and federal government assistance to conduct two studies. The study is an environmental assessment and engineering report for a septic treatment facility. The total cost is $139,250, but thanks to the public funds, Dysart will have to pay $34,812.50. Reeve Murray Fearrey says he’s glad to be getting help towards the studies. //www.myhaliburtonnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Murray-1-1.mp3 Fearrey expects the municipality will have to spend more money to make the treatment facility a reality. //www.myhaliburtonnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Murray-2-1.mp3 There is currently no timeline for construction. The funding comes from the Clean Water and Wastewater Fund, which is a joint venture by Queen’s Park and Parliament.