Toledo City Paper
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The City of Toledo’s Department of Public Utilities lead service line replacement program has a goal to replace every residential service line that contains lead in the City of Toledo. Based on the receipt of ten million dollars from the American Recovery Plan in ARPA funds, achieving the goal is finally possible.
“We estimated that there are about 3,000 private land service lines, and our goal is to replace all of them with the ten-million-dollar plan,” said Ed Moore, Toledo’s Director of Public Utilities. The ARPA funds must be expended by 2026, so the goal is to have lead service lines replaced by then.
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