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Two Downriver communities are among 10 Michigan cities, villages and townships to be awarded nearly $5 million in grants under the umbrella of the MI Clean Water plan.
The city of Wyandotte and Brownstown Township will benefit from recently announced grants earmarked for ensuring safe drinking water.
The grant money will be used to help local water suppliers move toward reducing the risks associated with lead in drinking water and other improvements to better ensure safe, clean tap water for residents.
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