The project is part of Consumers Energy’s $125 million effort to replace more than 18,000 natural gas services leading to customer homes and over 107 miles of main across the state.
Consumers Energy this week will begin work on replacing worn natural gas lines in central Eastpointe next month, an effort that will impact about 3,000 homes and businesses, according to city and utility spokespeople.
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