The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality announced a $77.7 million loan to the city of Flint for water infrastructure improvement projects. The zero-interest loan will fund the completion of a secondary water source pipeline, pump station improvements, replacing water mains and improved water quality monitoring. Read the full story by Michigan Radio.
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