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YORK – A project will soon start in which old lead water service lines leading to houses in York will be replaced.
This is a requirement of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), explained York Public Works Director James Paul, “in order to get all of the lead service lines out of our system and have them replaced with copper.”
The city already budgeted $300,000 for the project and Paul said he recently estimated it would likely cost about $275,000.
A bid from Pieper’s Inc. came in at $269,535 and it was accepted by the city council this past week.
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