South Haven Council Approves ARPA Funding For Lead Pipe Replacement

The city of South Haven will spend some American Rescue Plan Act funds to replace lead water supply lines. Public Works Director Bill Hunter says the city needs to spend $2.3 million annually on infrastructure, and the city is nowhere near that amount.

“Any amount we can get is greatly appreciated. This is just the starting amount. Nothing is set in stone. If the city council says thanks but no thanks, that’s also an answer,” Hunter said.

The South Haven Parish has already approved the issuance of $160,000 and the South Haven City Council has approved the issuance of $160,156 in its ARPA money.

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