Flint residents concerned about the safety of their drinking water will have an opportunity this evening to get answers to their questions.
Flint Congressman Dan Kildee is hosting a telephone town hall tonight starting at 7. Here’s a link to participate.
Kildee will be joined by researchers who discovered rising lead levels in the tap water in some Flint homes and in the blood of many Flint children.
Kildee has been looking for answers himself. He’s asked the EPA to conduct an investigation into Flint’s drinking water debacle.
After 18 months of getting its drinking water from the corrosive Flint River, the city switched back to Detroit water earlier this month.