Fulton County Expositor
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The Village of Swanton is among 48 public water systems to receive funding to take the first step toward removing and replacing lead water pipes.
“By helping local communities develop precise maps of lead line locations, we’re another step closer to ridding the entire state of these toxic pipes,” said Ohio Governor Mike DeWine. “Addressing lead service lines is not only a key goal under our H2Ohio water quality initiative, it is an important component to our commitment to the health and well-being of our communities.”
The 48 lead pipe mapping projects will take place in communities in 31 counties. All applicants are receiving their full funding request of up to $50,000. Swanton will receive $43,367.
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