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Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy will approve a $3 million Drinking Water State Revolving Fund forgivable loan to Coldwater for lead service line replacement.
EGLE will receive any public comments for 30 days.
"We are ready to go to work April 15," said Brian Musselman, interim assistant director of Coldwater Board of Public Utilities.
Michigan began providing money to replace lead lines after the Flint water crisis in 2014. Water treatment changes began leaching lead into homes. Benton Harbor is now replacing lead lines after severe lead leaching was discovered this year.
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