Final Lead Water Service Line in Sioux Falls Replaced

What:  News conference to announce the final lead water service line in Sioux Falls has been removed 
When:  Tuesday, August 22, 2017
10 a.m.  
Where:  In front of the property at 1409 North Lincoln Avenue  
Who:  Trent Lubbers, Utility Operations Administrator
Nick Borns, Principal Water Engineer
Darin McDonnel, Water Maintenance Supervisor 
Why:  Although Sioux Falls drinking water has never tested above allowable levels of lead, the City of Sioux Falls made a proactive, concerted effort to remove all lead water service lines by the end of this summer. On Tuesday, the final lead water service line will be taken out of service and replaced with a copper water service line. Come to the news conference to learn more about the work done to ensure Sioux Falls residents and visitors have safe drinking water. 
Visuals:    Lead water service line replaced with copper water service line 
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