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Some Mahoning Valley communities will get a combined $537,750 in state grants to take the first step toward removing and replacing lead water pipes.
Gov. Mike DeWine and Ohio EPA Director Laurie A. Stevenson on Friday announced about $2.1 million in H2Ohio grant assistance for 48 public water systems to help identify and map lead service lines.
“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,” DeWine said in the release.
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