Flint Water Interagency Coordinating Committee

Executive Order 2016-1 created the Flint Water Interagency Coordinating Committee, which will bring together a wide range of experts to work on long-term solutions to the Flint water situation and ongoing public health concerns affecting residents.

FWICC’s membership will include the Mayor of the City of Flint, three experts from the state, three members representing Genesee County who are recommended by the Genesee County Board of Commissioners, three representatives from the city of Flint who are recommended by the office of the Mayor of the City of Flint, and three subject matter experts. The group will analyze any long-term effects of high lead levels in Flint residents and recommend action.

Members will serve three-year terms. 

Upcoming Meeting Datesall meetings are 9:00am-10:30am

***Meetings are not open to public attendance but are available via live stream provided by WNEM each week and on YouTube after the original meeting date.***‚Äč

  • Friday, June 10
  • Friday, June 24 
  • Friday, July 8
  • Friday, July 22 
  • Friday, August 12
  • Friday, August 26

***Previous FWICC meetings can be watched on the Governor's YouTube channel: www.YouTube.com/GovSnyder 

Closed capioning is being added to the videos.***

Presentations at Past FWICC Meetings

  1. Lead & Copper Rule Presentation by Dr. Yanna Lambrinidou
  2. Bio of Dr. Yanna Lambrinidou
  3. Water System Presentation by Waternet of the Netherlands
  4. Water Heater Presentation
  5. Flint Water Task Force report 
  6. MSUE Edible Flint Presentation
  7. MDEQ Presentation
  8. USEPA Presentation 
  9. Federal Lead and Copper Rule reforms presentation 
  10. KWA Subcommittee Presentation 
  11. Resolution to extend the Flint Water Declaration of Emergency 
  12. KWA Historical Review presentation 
  13. Flush For Flint powerpoint 
  14. FWICC Agenda for May 13, 2016
  15. Flint Rate Analysis Final Raftelis Report May 13, 2016-- This does not include the sewer portion of bills
  16. KWA Subcommittee Water rate Analysis May 13, 2016 
  17. Community Foundation of Greater Flint presentation - May 20, 2016 

Statute

Executive Order 2016-1

Contact Information

FWICC@michigan.gov  

Resolutions

FWICC Resolution 1 (March 11, 2016) 

Members

*Karen Weaver, Flint
Mayor of the City of Flint
Term ends: 12/31/18
 
*Victoria VanBuren, Flint
Flinrt City Council Woman 
Term ends: 12/31/18
 
*Sylvester Jones, Flint
Representative of the City of Flint who shall be submitted by the Mayor of the City of Flint
Term ends: 12/31/18
 
*Laura Sullivan, Flint
Representative of the City of Flint who shall be submitted by the Mayor of the City of Flint
Term ends: 12/31/18
 
*Gen. Michael McDaniel, East Lansing
Representative of the City of Flint who shall be submitted by the Mayor of the City of Flint
Term ends: 12/31/18
 
*Jim Koski, Saginaw
Representative of Genesee County who shall be submitted by the Genesee County Board of Commissioners
Term ends: 12/31/18
 
*Jamie Curtis, Burton
Representative of Genesee County who shall be submitted by the Genesee County Board of Commissioners
Term ends: 12/31/18
 
*Mark Valacak, Fenton
Representative of Genesee County who shall be submitted by the Genesee County Board of Commissioners
Term ends: 12/31/18
 
*Marc Edwards, Blacksburg, Virginia
Subject matter expert
Term ends: 12/31/18
 
*Mona Hanna-Attisha, West Bloomfield
Subject matter expert
Term ends: 12/31/18
 
*Lawrence Reynolds
Subject matter expert
Term ends: 12/31/18
 
*Appointed by the Governor
 

The following members will also serve on the Coordinating Committee:

  • Harvey Hollins, director of Office of Urban Initiatives within the Executive Office of the Governor
  • Col. Chris Kelenske , deputy state director of Emergency Management and Homeland Security within the Michigan Department of State Police
  • Keith Creagh, director of the Department of Environmental Quality, or his or her designee
  • Nick Lyon, director of the Department of Health and Human Services, or his or her designee
  • Mike Zimmer, director of the Department or Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, or his or her designee
  • Nick Khouri, state treasurer, or his or her designee
  • Brian Whiston, superintendent of public instruction, or his or her designee