From the Washington Examiner:
The federal government said Friday that recoating the lead pipes in Flint could be done by May 1, which means residents of the eastern Michigan town could be able to drink their water by August.
The federal announcement was made in a letter extending the federal emergency in Flint until mid-August. The completion of adding corrosion control to the water could mean Flint residents would be able to safely drink their water by August.
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