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All the potentially hazardous lead service lines in Wheeling's water system have been replaced as part of an estimated $1.2 million project, officials announced.
The work was done even though no dangerous lead levels have been reported in Wheeling's drinking water and before a pending state mandate kicks in.
Wheeling Village Manager Jon Sfondilis said it's a case of staying ahead of the curve "and meeting current service expectations before being regulated to do so."
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