Mich. city council postpones water-pipeline vote

03/12/2013 | Flint Journal (Mich.), The

The Flint, Mich., City Council has delayed a vote on joining a multicounty pipeline project, saying it wants more time to evaluate the plan, which could save the city $4 million. By joining the Karegnondi Water Authority, Flint would participate in constructing a pipeline that would get water from Lake Huron, so the city would no longer have to rely on Detroit.

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