Flint Mayor Karen Weaver is once again criticizing the Snyder administration’s decision to end the state subsidy on city water bills.
The state has spent more than $40 million subsidizing Flint’s water bills.
But the governor’s office says the credits are ending this month because Flint’s water quality is improving.
Weaver says she wants to hold the state “accountable” to promises to help Flint through its water crisis.
“I think we deserve the credits until the water is ‘tap drinkable’ without a filter,” says Weaver.