EPA

Paul Sancya, The Associated Press

Great Lakes Commentator Gary Wilson was highly critical of state government when he joined us in November. But he says federal officials should also be held accountable for the water crisis in Flint. 


"The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will audit the state of Michigan's drinking water safety program in the wake of Flint's water crisis, which found lead in the city's water system." (Detroit Free Press)

MPRN

(MPRN-Flint) The American Civil Liberties Union and some Flint residents are asking the federal government to step in to deal with the city’s water crisis. 

WMUK

Kalamazoo River Cleanup Coalition Executive Director Gary Wager says the Environmental Protection Agency's proposal to clean up the former Allied Paper Landfill is "essentially the same" as a plan put forward by the city last year. 


"KALAMAZOO, MI -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has officially released its proposal to clean up the Allied Paper Superfund site in Kalamazoo, and it looks a lot like the compromise plan developed with city officials last winter. A 60-day period will begin Sept. 30 to collect public comment on the plan, the EPA announcement said." (Kalamazoo Gazette)

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