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Whitmer administration deploys federal funds to protect clean water in rural Michigan

By Kyle Kaminski


Tens of millions of dollars in federal funding awarded in Michigan this month are set to help protect clean drinking water in several rural communities—including long-sought improvements to wastewater treatment systems and the replacement of drinking water lines.

The Michigan Infrastructure Office this month announced that Michigan received more than $45 million in grants and loans from the US Department of Agriculture, with a clear emphasis on ensuring rural Michiganders have access to clean drinking water in their local communities.


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