Oklahoma will get $63.5 million of the $7.2 billion economic recovery plan to create green jobs and improve water quality.
About $32 million each will go into Oklahoma's Clean Water and Drinking Water revolving funds for projects that are ready to start construction.
The projects are on the Oklahoma Water Resources Board and Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality's priority list.
Projects are required to be ready to start by Feb. 16, 2010.
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