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JACKSON MI – The city of Jackson has launched a service to help residents “stay in the loop” as it replaces lead water service lines.
The city expects to replace more than 11,000 lead service lines in the 35 years at an estimated cost of $120 million. City residents can learn what they need to know about the lead line replacement program by visiting cityofjackson.org/liningupjackson.
This website features information on why the changes are happening, progress of the replacements and upcoming construction schedules. It also provides a short video from the city to keep residents up to date on Jackson’s plan to replace lead service lines, officials said.
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