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Director of the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency John J. Kim announced Jan. 17 that the City of Sycamore will receive $4,111,200 million in funds to repair its lead service lines.
The money comes from a State Revolving Fund from the IEPA, offering loans for drinking water improvements. Due to current loan regulations, the city will not be required to repay the $4 million, according to a news release.
“Sycamore is just one example of many communities that are identifying and replacing lead service lines with funding available through IEPA’s State Revolving Fund,” Kim said.
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