Hubbard receives $50,000 EPA grant
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The city has been awarded a $50,000 Ohio Environmental Protection Agency grant to be used for lead line mapping.
Mayor Ben Kyle said at Monday’s meeting the mapping grant will be used by the city for future checking for lead in lines. He said in addition to the city getting lines checked for lead and replaced through a different project, there will be a separate project for mapping of future lines for lead.
“The two projects run parallel. The mapping will help the city identify lead lines in the future. We have already identified several lead lines that will get replaced this winter and the first quarter of next year. The mapping grant will help us with the lines we don’t know about,” Kyle said.
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