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Birmingham will use more than $2 million in federal recovery aid related to the coronavirus to help replace some 700 lead service lines throughout the community, city commissioners determined at their meeting on Monday, June 28.
The city is eligible for $2.2 million of recovery funds available from the $350 billion American Rescue Plan Act. The funds can be spent in any of four categories: public health and economic impacts; premium pay; revenue loss; and investments in water, sewer and broadband infrastructure.
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