The City of Flint says it needs more time to submit water tests from homes at highest risk for having lead water lines.
Under the state and federal Lead and Copper Rule, Flint has to test for lead more often than other cities because of the water crisis.
The city says it must test 60 homes with lead lines, every six months.
Flint has tested more than 60 sites but, so far, believes they’ve only confirmed 43 of those lead water lines. The city says it needs more time to determine if the rest of its tests fit the criteria.