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Rep. Martin: State grant will help identify, replace lead water lines in Davison
RELEASE|April 4, 2024
Contact: David Martin

State Rep. David Martin today announced the city of Davison has been awarded a state grant to help identify and replace lead water service lines.

The grant award, which totals nearly $105,000, comes from the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy. Martin voted to fund the grant program using federal Covid relief dollars.

“This grant is both an investment in infrastructure, as well as the health and well-being of our community,” said Martin, R-Davison. “Investments like these are absolutely critical to maintaining the integrity of our water systems and ensuring access to clean water for generations to come.”

The grant will allow Davison to continue its lead service line replacement program, conducting field verification for approximately 125 service lines at properties where lead is suspected but not yet confirmed.


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