Flint is dead my friends, in 5 years it will be giant void in Michigan. The blame goes to all branches of the Government here, but I want to clear some items up first. The move away from Detroit water was done to save money, the move was to go to Huron lake water. Flint City Council and the Mayor approved this move. The council voted 8-1 in favor of the move to Huron Water. Flint is under the control of an Emergency Manger, because of the city debt. Some disagree with the bill passed by Synder for Emergency manager, but I support it. Because when a city goes Bankrupt, it's the state that is on the hook to pay the bill. With that said, here's where it went bad. In 2013 there were plans to switch to Flint River, who knew what and when is where this gets murky. I believe they all knew. The City is under control of Emergency Manager, and Ed Kurtz signed the approval to switch to Flint water. Now everyone in the state of Michigan knows Flint River water is corrosive, so corrosive GM refused to used it in their plants, so why our "experts" thought it would be same to drink is beyond me. Who's at fault? Pretty much everyone, local government and state. Our Governor is a fault also, the EM report directly to him, and 10 people have died and who knows how many kids will be sick and the lasting issues people will have. Kettering College is in Flint, I was there in December my daughter was competing in a Math contest. Kettering wanted her to come there, with a good chance at a Scholarship. I called them yesterday and withdrew her name, and I told her she would not be going to college anywhere near Flint. There is not fixing this at all, unless all the pipes are replaced in Flint, Flint has 0 money to do. Ones the corrosion starts, the beast is unleashed. FYI it's not just the people of Flint who were affected by this, my daughter really wanted to to school there. FYI the EM that ran flint is now running the Detroit Public Schools, they will be next to go under.