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Regina's Executive Committee has put forward a bylaw that could make it mandatory for owners of private properties to replace their lead water pipes.
“So when the city goes to do their work to replace their connection point, it'll be mandatory now for the private side to do their connection points,” said Kim Onrait, director of citizen services for the city of Regina.
Mayor Sandra Masters said there are many ongoing concerns regarding lead pipes.
“I think that the concern ultimately is healthy tap water, accelerating the program and then providing those payment option, that's kind of the effective of what the bylaw change was today,” said Masters.
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