The Northwestern Water and Sewer District expects to complete a project this year to replace water service lines containing lead.
The district board of trustees in December approved a resolution to contract with Speer Brothers, Sandusky, for $883,365 to replace lines in the district’s service area covering the northern part of Wood County.
Theresa Pollick, a spokesman for the district, said 322 service lines have been identified for replacement with most located in sections of Rossford and western Northwood where older infrastructure is in place. In Northwood, the homes and buildings being serviced are bounded by W. Florence, Oregon, Tracy and Wales roads.
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