The Daily Reporter
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Union City became one of the latest 15 Michigan cities, villages or townships in Michigan to receive funding to identify copper and lead pipes.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said more than $2 million in grants were awarded, $190,760 going to the village, to help communities better ensure safe, clean tap water for residents.
Village manager Chris Mathis said the money will help to identify lead lines into homes that must be replaced within the next 19 years under a state mandate approved following the Flint water crisis.
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