FLINT, MI – Flint officials are set to host a series of radio town hall meetings focused on health and the city’s water crisis. Starting today, May 2, 2017, a town hall will be held on WFLT 1420 AM to address health concerns. Today’s town hall airs from noon to 12:30 p.m. Other town halls […]
FLINT, MI – Flint Mayor Karen Weaver says recent comments from a MDEQ official are a disappointment. According to a recent news article, Bryce Feighner, director of the Michigan DEQ Drinking Water and Municipal Assistance Division, pointed to a number of water main breaks as the potential cause of Flint’s water crisis instead of the […]
FLINT, MI – One Flint woman says she hasn’t been able to safely go into her home since December 2016 after researchers found a rare bacterium in her water. “I’ve been screaming about it on and off on my Facebook page since November,” said Florlisa Stebbins. “My doctors say they will never be able to […]
FLINT, MI —  Mayor Karen Weaver is set to discuss her recommendation for the city’s water sources during Tuesday, April 18, 2017 press conference. “After much consideration, evaluation and re-evaluation Mayor Weaver is prepared to announce her recommendation for the City of Flint’s long-term primary and back-up water sources,” said an April 14, 2017 announcement […]
FLINT, MI – As Flint City leaders work to recover from the water crisis, officials must determine an ultimate water source. It is important that residents are informed and involved in the review process before a final decision is made. Next Thursday, Mayor Weaver will share her recommended plan concerning the City’s future water sources. […]
FLINT, MI. —More residents face shutoffs for overdue water bill accounts in Flint. According to a March 30, 2017 press release from City of Flint Spokeswoman Kristin Moore, 31 residents have been identified where no payment has been made in at least 15 months resulting in balances between $2,030 to $5,653 past due. “By law, […]
FLINT, MI — Flint officials announced during a March 29, 2017 press conference at city hall that they are ready to start the fourth phase of Mayor Karen Weaver’s program to replace pipes in Flint. Crews are set to start mid April with the infrastructure replacement after a group of AARP volunteers and CORE workers […]
HUNTINGTON, NY – There are two things Chase Ceparano knew when he was growing up. He would escape poverty and he would give back. Those reasons have fueled his desire to raise money and awareness for Flint’s water crisis even if it’s from his sneaker boutique in Huntington, NY. “Everything that my team and I […]
Flint, MI  —The owner of Orchard Lane Manor apartment complex has made a payment on their utility bill ending possible water shutoffs for tenants. According to Flint City Spokeswoman, the owners made a payment nearly $9,500 payment on an outstanding balance of $65,432.03 removing the complex from Flint’s water shut off list. On Monday, Flint […]
FLINT, MI —The City of Flint’s Interim Chief Financial Officer, David Sabuda along with staff in the Treasury Department have scheduled water services to be shut off at two apartment complexes and up to 18 residences due to customers not making payments for at least five months straight. City officials have mailed notices to customers […]