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.
Another phase of pipe replacement is in the works for the city of Flint. Crews can replace the city pipes, but when it comes to residential side (pipes from curb to home) of things - homeowners/residents have to give permission.
If one thing is certain, Flint residents want some answers about what is going on in the city. Tonight at 5:30 p.m. Mayor Weaver will deliver the State of the City Address to talk about some of these concerns. She will be talking about the water, trash disposal, and her "Rebuilt Flint the R…
Thank God his friends had the idea to film this shot. This poor guy had a bad shot that put him right next to the water. Unfortunately, and thankfully, his ahole friends made him play it from there. He was on his toes, took his swing, and the rest is history.
Looks like the Flint Water Crisis is actually creating some job opportunities in the area. Michigan is now taking applications to hire workers that will replace National Guard troops distributing water.
What will they think of next? I can barely keep a float in water, let alone pole dance. I took a pole dance class for exercise years ago. It was so tough. The only move I could do was 'The Fireman' and it did not even involve the pole, it was me crawling on all fours! High fives to these g…
Flint resident and water activist Melissa Mays was recently featured on a news piece about the Flint water crisis on the BBC. Mays has devoted herself to this issue and wont' quit until all Flint residents have clean drinking water. You rule Melissa!