State says Flint is in violation of Safe Drinking Water Act again

 The Flint Water Plant water tower in Flint, Mich.  Carlos Osorio/AP

The Flint Water Plant water tower in Flint, Mich.

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"Water problems remain cloudy in Flint, Michigan.

The state's Department of Environmental Quality says the city once again is violating the Safe Drinking Water Act.

The Michigan DEQ showing serious concerns about the condition of the city's water treatment plant, demanding the state taking action in a letter sent on Monday.

Requiring 14 different fixes ranging from fixing water rates and collections to make sure the water fund stays intact, to hiring someone full time to run the treatment plant, and completing the chemical feed system in the plant to safely treat water." -Drew Moore WEYI