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The city of Lorain has received $479,660 toward lead water service line replacements from the Ohio EPA through the Drinking Water Assistance Fund, according to a news release.
Ohio EPA is offering up to $1 million in principal forgiveness for complete lead service line replacements to communities with lead service line replacement programs which address both public and private side lead service line replacements, the release said.
The city will use the $479,660 on removing lead service lines as part of the Red Hill Water Main Improvement project.
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