Customers in Burton and Davison Township may notice fluctuations in water pressure on Wednesday and Thursday this week due to some maintenance work being done at the new Genesee County Water Treatment plant.
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 historic Michigan restaurant chain, Halo Burger, is stepping up to support Flint Residents. Since the state ended its' bottled water distribution program, Halo Burger and the United Way are jumping in to help.
Over the last couple days, we've seen so much rain which has become a real problem for some residents in the area. It's one thing to have to deal with water covered roads and closures but it's another to have a home surrounded by nothing but water.
Earlier today, Mayor Weaver announced that she would like to keep Flint connected the Detroit water system. This is the opposite of last year's plan to switch to the Lake Huron pipeline that was under construction.