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DeKALB — The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency announced over $1.6 million in funding to the city of Sycamore to replace lead service lines in the community water supply.
“Our State Revolving Fund has provided communities a needed resource to remove the threat of lead in their potable water and further protect their residents,” Illinois EPA Director John J. Kim said. “As communities continue to identify lead service lines, they are encouraged to seek funding to remove and replace lead service lines through the Illinois EPA State Revolving Fund.”
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