Appleton plans to pay for replacing lead water service pipes on private property, using federal and state funds
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APPLETON - There's good news ahead for Appleton residents who have water service lines comprised of lead or galvanized steel leading into their homes.
City officials are developing a program that would use federal and state money, including $1 million from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), to cover the cost of replacing those pipes on private property.
The proposed program isn't based on income and would be open to all property owners in the city who are identified as having lead or galvanized service lines.
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