It was a noisy town hall meeting last night in Flint over the continued water crisis.

As speakers attempted to address the latest on lead levels in the water, the packed auditorium filled with sounds of crushing water bottles. Eventually sounds those were covered up with the screaming coming from angry Flint residents.

These people are angry for many reasons, but what really got them fired up was that there was no public comment at the meeting. Questions were to be written down and submitted. People wanted the chance to voice their frustrations at a microphone.

There was some good that came out of the meeting and that was the fact that last six months of lead testing shows 96.4 percent are below the federal standard of 15 parts per billion.

Source: Click on Detroit