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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced Leetonia will receive a portion of $2.1 million in grants associated with the H2Ohio initiative to identify, inventory, and map lead service lines in public water systems.
The H2Ohio grant program launched in March with $1.4 million in reserves; however, those funds increased to $2.1 million in response to the high demand for lead line identification and mapping assistance.
Funding for H2Ohio includes $1.4 million for mini-grants of up to $50,000 for individual public water systems and $600,000 for the RCAP and the Ohio Rural Water Association (ORWA) to provide direct identification and mapping assistance to small public water systems.
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