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The work to replace aging lead water service lines in Benton Harbor is almost complete.
The work is five months ahead of schedule and was done at no cost to residents, according to state officials. As of Wednesday, 99% of the city’s water service lines have been inspected and replaced with new copper lines if lead or galvanized pipe was found.
Nearly 4,500 water service lines have been replaced or verified as being non-lead lines. There are less than 40 inspections left to complete.
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