Food & Water Watch Michigan
Food & Water Watch is working in Michigan to protect our Great Lakes, ensuring that all residents have access to safe, affordable drinking water and fighting the corporations that seek to make a profit from our natural resources.
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Wednesday, November 16, 2016 from 10am-1:30pm
@Food & Water Watch Michigan
Water is not affordable to nearly half of Detroit residents, causing mass water shut offs. The city's water assistance plan does not work either, this is why we need an income-based Water Affordability Plan. We have been petitioning and canvassing at water payment centers in District 3 and District 7. We are so thankful for everyone's help, now it's time to have some FUN while we work. On Wednesday, November 16 at 10:00 a.m. We'll be providing pizza, movement-music, and crafts for water affordability swag! At the same time, we need your help with the nitty-gritty work: databasing, writing letters to the editor, and more. The best part is at 1:30 p.m., we will leave for the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department meeting to give public comments that Detroit needs to adopt an income-based water affordability plan!