Lead in NJ water: The murky problem between property rights and replacing pipes

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As New Jersey’s political leaders look to address the pervasive problem of lead in water, it’s not just the $2 billion price tag that presents a challenge to eliminating the threat in old pipes.

Local pipe replacement efforts can be hampered by unreachable landlords or owners unwilling to allow access to their property, a fight that could turn into a legal battle, experts say…read more

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