Genesee County officials say they want the state to cover their costs of responding to the Flint water crisis.
Genesee County has spent more than a million dollars during the past six months dealing with Flint’s tainted drinking water.
County Commission Chairperson Jamie Curtis says the state should pay because the state is largely responsible for the crisis.
Curtis notes Governor Snyder has promised to fix the problem. He says fixing the problem should include paying the county’s tab.