The Meadville Tribune
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LINESVILLE — Nearly $776,000 in state funds will allow Linesville to replace more than a half-mile of cast iron water pipeline that contains lead and make service connections along it.
The Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (PENNVEST) announced the grant Friday.
The grant will pay for replacement of an old, undersized water main line and service connections that contain lead components along on West Erie Street, Kevin McGrath, Linesville's public works director said.
The project will replace about 2,300 feet of cast iron water lines with lead components along West Erie Street with new 8-inch plastic pipe. The project will go from Penn Street in the borough west to the borough's border with Pine Township.
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