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LANSING, Mich. (WXYZ) — Michigan is awarding nine cities and villages Drinking Water Asset Management grants to help reduce the risk of lead in drinking water. The state's press release states that the grants total comes out to $3.5 million, and the money is to be used to help ensure safe, clean tap water for residents.
The grants will be used to enhance water affordability plans and replace lead service water lines.
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