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The board of education of Gilead Elementary School in Hebron, Connecticut, hired Shipman & Goodwin to develop a plan in response to elevated lead levels in the school’s water, reports the Journal Inquirer. Though the amount of lead in the school’s water is below the legal threshold, a Hebron selectman is advocating to form a plan that eliminates any lead whatsoever from the water. He helped to form a committee that is overseeing the replacement of all of Gilead Elementary’s pipes.

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