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ALLIANCE – Fewer homeowners than anticipated have applied for the city's lead service line replacement project, and city officials hope to see a greater interest from the public.
In February, Alliance accepted a $1 million loan from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to replace lead pipes with copper in privately-owned homes.
The project will allow Alliance to replace lines at around 450 homes at no cost to the homeowners, but so far the city has received fewer than 200 applications.
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