The Cahuilla Band of Mission Indians will receive an undisclosed part of a national $500 million economic rescue package to replace aging water and sewer facilities. The money for the Anza area tribe comes though the Department of Health and Human Services via the Indian Health Service. The funding helps projects that local companies must bid for. “We're not releasing the money amounts
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