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80% Of Benton Harbor's Lead Service Lines Replaced, Officials Say

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Officials say the lead lines have been replaced with new copper lines. 18 months is still the expected timeline to replace water lines completely. The project is funded by the Building Michigan Together Plan, which allocates $45 million to the city. That includes replacing all of the city's water service lines.
2 months ago·Benton Harbor, United States

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80% Of Benton Harbor's Lead Service Lines Replaced, Officials Say

BENTON HARBOR, Mich. (CBS DETROIT) — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced Sunday that about 80% of the lead service lines in the city of Benton Harbor have been replaced.Officials say the lead lines have been replaced with new copper lines.More than 3,600 water service lines have been placed or verified, with less than 900 lines needing to be completed.Officials say 18 months is still the expected timeline to replace water lines completely.“Every Mic…

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