Federal money announced to cover Sebring water crisis

More than $300,000, coming from a special USDA fund, will pay for new technology that will monitor pH levels in the Sebring water plant.

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SEBRING, Ohio (WKBN) – Senator Sherrod Brown announced a $400,000 grant Monday to help the village of Sebring cover the cost of its lead crisis earlier this year.

The money will help the village cover the $70,000 spent on testing and bottled water for village homes after dangerously high lead levels were found in several homes. Although those test results were taken in the summer of 2015, village residents were not notified until several months later.

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