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Water executive tells cities to “get creative” when it comes to replacing lead service lines-
Too often cities focus on why “they can’t tackle the problem,” says Water Environment Federation’s Lynn Broaddus, pointing to Lansing, Madison and Buffalo as cities that found a way.00
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Short-changing Michigan local governments has resulted in deteriorating water systems and other services-
Many of Michigan’s cities are reaching a crisis point because of a decline in federal dollars for water and sewer infrastructure made worse by the state’s centralized taxing system.
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Task force looking at water infrastructure in SE Michigan-
The current condition and actions needed for sustainable water infrastructure systems is the focus of the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments Water Infrastructure Task Force.
Epidemic of wipes and masks plagues sewers, storm drains-
Masks and gloves thrown in the street can travel through storm drains in separate systems to lakes and other waterways.