(FLINT) - While they will likely miss out on funding this month, Steuben Lakes Regional Waste District Superintendent Tim Frederick told the District's Board of Trustees on Thursday that U.S.D.A. Rural Development may fund two of their projects by this August. District officials have been waiting to see how much funding will be made available for projects at Lake Pleasant and in the Northeastern Corner of the district. Frederick said the Lake Pleasant project would likely get funded first since the other project is larger and more complicated. The preliminary engineering work is done but more engineering is needed. According to Frederick, that means any physical work on the two projects won't happen until at least next spring. Frederick said it looks like Lake Pleasant will get 45 percent grant money. It's not known how much the Northeast Corner project will get. In other business, Board President Bill Heckley said there has been an offer but nothing has been settled on the old district building which has been vacant for several years on 200 West. The building is on the market for $249,000.