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TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - Ohio's Environmental Protection Agency says about half of the state's public drinking water systems are in danger of missing a deadline requiring them to map out their lead pipes.
 
A state law passed last year says the surveys need to be turned in by today.
 
The Ohio EPA says it has received only about half of the maps from the nearly 1,900 public drinking water systems.
Kenton Safety Service Director Jim Hites said the City of Kenton has beat the deadline and has already submitted the required survey.





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