With the Flint Water Crisis still happening, it is great to see people from outside of Flint still trying to help. Detroit Tigers player Niko Goodrum was in Flint Monday, June 11th to donate and distribute bottled water to residents.
The Flint Water Crisis is obviously still ongoing and is starting to cause more problems for residents. Many city of Flint residents have fallen behind on their water bills and more than one thousand residents have had their water shut off.
Having just reached 1,000 of the Flint water crisis, the bad news is still coming. We know that the pipe replacement is going to take three years. Now, the Flint Water Plant is going to need $60 million in upgrades.
The Flint water crisis continues and another step has been taken. Most of the time since the crisis began, residents have been going to water pick up sites. Now a federal judge has ordered that some of the water most be delivered to certain homes.
How big of a scum bag to you have to be to sell donated bottled water. It's been a tough time for the residents of Flint through the whole water crisis. Now, some residents are taking advantage of what is happening. The sad part is that there is nothing illegal about that right now.