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Flint to Share in $1.5 Million Grants from EPA

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced Flint and Detroit will share $1.5 million in grants to help clean up polluted industrial sites.

According to WNEM, EPA Regional Director Susan Hedman was in Flint Thursday afternoon to announce two grants for Flint totaling $545,000. Hedman – who was joined by Congressman Dan Kildee and Dayne Walling – said $350,000 will replenish a brownfield loan and $195,000 will establish an environmental training program at Mott Community College.

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