Pipeline replace moving slow

Drinkable, unfiltered tap water for residents in Flint might still be a few years away. Retired National Guard Brigadier General Michael McDaniel, who is heading the pipe replacement program, says he has an optimistic goal of 2019 for all lead piping to be replaced in the neighborhoods. So far, less than 800 homes have been replaced, though an estimated 20-thousand lines need work. The goal will be to target six thousand homes per year between ten different zones in the city.