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CLAREMONT — The City of Claremont finds itself well ahead of schedule regarding a new federal policy to replace lead-based home water lines, thanks to a running collaborative initiative and good historical records.
Claremont Public Works Director Alex Gleeson met with the Claremont City Council on Wednesday to discuss a needed ordinance change to the city’s water line ownership, due to a policy change this year by the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
New rules under the federal Clean Water Safety Act will require all New Hampshire municipalities to develop a plan by 2024 for the replacement of lead-based water service lines up to the customer’s meter.
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