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More residents needed for Flint Water System Advisory Council to meet charter requirements

Flint, MI– The City of Flint’s Water System Advisory Council is seeking applications from Flint residents to join.  During a virtual forum on May 17, Flint resident and Acting Chair of the Water System Advisory Council (WSAC), Dr. Benjamin Pauli explained that after the resignation of one member, the group needs more Flint residents to […]

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Flint’s Mayor Neeley to kickoff Flint Water Infrastructure Community Forum

The community to hear from representatives integral to the water infrastructure project. Flint, MI — Following years of extensive work to complete multiple projects ensuring safe drinking water for Flint residents, Mayor Sheldon Neeley is pleased to invite the community to participate in the Flint Water Instructure Community Forum. The virtual event will provide opportunities for residents to […]

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City of Flint announces reservoir water supply levels are back to normal after recent dip

Flint, MI– The city of Flint announced that an additional backup water storage system is scheduled to begin operating later this year, following a recent dip in water supply.  On March 11, city officials asked residents to conserve water usage for five days after “recent extreme temperatures” led to water main breaks. Those breaks impacted […]

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Flint water crisis lawsuit against engineering firms continues for 4th day

Ann Arbor, MI— Day four of a trial involving four children suing two engineering companies for alleged negligence related to the Flint water crisis continued March 3 with witness testimony from Jeffery Hansen, a former employee of Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, one of the engineering firms named in the suit. The children—Andrea Teed, Daylanna Warre, […]