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City of Coloma receives $198,000 zero-match grant from state to examine lead service lines

Improvement of lead service lines is in the City of Coloma’s future as it was announced during a regular Coloma City Commission meeting on April 8, 2024 that the city will be one of the Michigan municipalities that will receive the State of Michigan’s Community, Technical, Managerial, and Financial (TMF) support for a Lead Service Line Replacement Grant. The $198,000 zero-match grant comes from Michigan’s Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE).

In total, $48 million has been appropriated by the state for the program. The overall goal of the grant program is to fund physical verification of lead service lines for the submittal of the Complete Distribution System Materials Inventory and assist communities in utilizing Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) with monies from the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF). The funds will be available to eligible communities through fiscal year 2027.

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