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GRAND HAVEN, Mich. — Grand Haven is getting ready for one of its biggest projects ever. The city is planning to replace around 600 lead lines.
It will cost the city roughly $3 million, which is coming from a federal grant.
The plan is to use this cash to get a major chunk of the total city's lead lines out of the ground.
"We're working, will hopefully commence in May, early May," Grand Haven Public Works Director Derek Gajdos told FOX 17.
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