City Officials Address Questions Regarding Water Shut Offs

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(Flint, Mich)— As a courtesy to Flint water customers, officials halted water shut offs over the holidays and during extremely cold winter weather spells. However, in an effort to ensure the City of Flint remains financially solvent and fulfills its legal obligations, water ...

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Flint Utilities Administrator Responds to Chlorine Supply Concerns Noted by EPA Officials

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August 4, 2016 (Flint, MI) — The City of Flint’s Utilities Administrator (Temp.) JoLisa McDay, sent the following letter to officials at the Environmental Protection Agency and Michigan Department of Environmental Quality in response to recent concerns the EPA stated it had about the ...

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Annual Water Quality Report for City of Flint

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July 8, 2016 (Flint, Mich) – The Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) is the Annual Water Quality Report for the city.  It provides important information about Flint’s drinking water.  This report includes information about the source of the water, health information, charts that summarize regulatory ...

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Workers at Flint Water Treatment Plant Get New System in Place and Operational

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June 13, 2016 (Flint) — The City of Flint’s Water Treatment Plant began a continuous process of adding sodium hypochlorite to the water supply at about 9:15 a.m. Monday, according to the city’s interim Utilities Administrator, JoLisa McDay.
“The flow rate is higher ...

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Mayor Weaver introduces Flint’s New Water Plant Supervisor

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(Flint, Mich) During her first weekly press briefing April 5, Mayor Weaver took time to address concerns recently stated by officials with the Environmental Protection Agency regarding the City of Flint not having enough staffing at the water plant. The Mayor said she and her team are aggressively working ...

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Flint Increases Corrosion Control in Water

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The City of Flint has begun the corrosion control process by adding phosphates to the City’s water distribution system.

The chemical additive comes at the recommendation of the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ).

The City of Flint, the MDEQ, and the EPA have worked together closely to determine the ...

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Flint City Hall Closed Monday, May 30, 2016 for Memorial Day

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Flint City Hall will be closed for Memorial Day on Monday, May 30, 2016.

 

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Fall Fire Hydrant Flushing Ongoing as Part of Water System Winterization

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Updated Maps: Week Ending November 13, 2015

The City of Flint’s Water Service Center will be conducting fall fire hydrant flushing throughout the city as part of its winterization program. Residents may see discoloration in their water during any type of hydrant use, ...

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City of Flint to Resume Water Shutoffs for Nonpayment under New Rate Structure

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The City of Flint Treasury Division has announced that water shutoffs for 30 days of nonpayment under recently adjusted water and sewer rates have resumed. Customers with outstanding bills due on September 11, 2015 will be the first to receive shutoff ...

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Flint Water Optimization Plan for Additional Corrosion Control Approved by MDEQ

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The City of Flint’s Department of Public Works (DPW) has received approval from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) for its plan to introduce additional corrosion control agents to water it buys from Detroit. It is expected that the additional corrosion control ...

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