Walker announces almost $14 million in municipality grants to remove lead service lines

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Gov. Walker this week announced that 35 municipalities have now completed financial assistance agreements with the state that will allow those communities to assist homeowners, schools, and day cares in providing safe drinking water by replacing old lead service lines. > Urban Milwaukee

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  1. […] A new report suggests 19 percent of Wisconsin’s rural roads are in poor condition and 10 percent of the state’s rural bridges are deficient. National transportation research group TRIP studied federal road and bridge records for all 50 states and found Wisconsin ranks 16th from the bottom for the most rural roads in poor condition. > Wisconsin Public Radio […]

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