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LANSING, Mich. - Metro Detroit Communities like Royal Oak, Harper Woods, Allen Park, and more will be receiving thousands of dollars in grants to make lead water line replacements, connect people who have contaminated groundwater to safer sources, and research for their residents.
Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced over $2 million in grants for 15 Michigan cities, villages, and townships across the state.
The Drinking Water Asset Management (DWAM), and The Affordability and Planning (AP) grant are available in order to help create management plans, research, and infrastructure updates.
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