Snyder wants to boost water infrastructure funding

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder wants to improve the state’s water infrastructure by investing $110 million annually to help ensure access to safe drinking water.

Snyder’s office says Thursday the money would come from a new state fee on water customers. It would be used for priority projects such as water main and lead service line replacement, upgrades for failing infrastructure and collection of information on water infrastructure.

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