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Clarksville is one of four cities nationwide to receive a funding grant to replace lead service lines in an effort to reduce neurotoxic exposures for expectant families and young children.
The awards totaling $60,000 is the latest round of grant funding from the The Healthy Babies Bright Futures’ (HBBF) Bright Cities program, according to Clarksville Gas and Water officials on Feb. 23.
“We are pleased to be chosen as one of only four recipients for the Healthy Babies Bright Futures’ (HBBF) Bright Cities program grant,” said Clarksville Gas & Water General Manager Mark Riggins. Riggins said that the funding will be used to provide outreach materials to educate families about lead and galvanized service line removal.
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