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Jacque Reid goes Inside Her Story with Karen Weaver, the Mayor of Flint, Michigan to talk about her plan for pipe replacement and the continued need for bottle water, fruits and vegetables for the city.

“It didn’t get acknowledged until October of last year. It was denied by officials so that part of the reason it’s taking so long. It’s getting better because we’ve been able to put some things in place. We’re using bottled waters and filters, but we’re putting a band aids on it,” Mayor Weaver said.

Click the link above to hear the entire interview.


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One thought on “Mayor Karen Weaver Says Flint’s Pipes Should Be In Place Soon, Calls For Bottled Water & Fruit

  1. specialt757 on said:

    Replacing all those pipes throughout the city is going to take years and mega dollars, such a disaster and disservice the people of this city. People should be prosecuted, starting with the governor and work their way down.

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