Michigan Radio – Flint’s water crisis became national news last year, but city officials want you to know it’s still not fixed yet.
This week, Congressman Dan Kildee introduced new legislation to improve lead standards in drinking water, and the Flint city council approved Mayor Karen Weaver’s renewal of emergency status for Flint.
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- March 10, 2016 Flint finally stops mailing water bills to residents Time - Flint Mayor Karen Weaver on Wednesday ordered the city to stop mailing out water bills until credits can be applied to the city’s customers. Weaver said […]