Governor Snyder may be planning on ending Flint's bottled water distribution as early as January.

That's according to a key Snyder advisor.

Mayor Weaver issued a statement to the press Wednesday night saying that during a meeting about Flint's recovery from the water crisis, the advisor mentioned ending the water distribution.

According to the note, the state would like to close down all of the water distribution sites in January if the testing continues to show steady progress.

Mayor Weaver is standing strongly against that position, saying that closing the sites could lead to more problems.

The state has already closed more than half of the original distribution sites, leaving only four active sites in the city right now.

Do you think Flint is ready to move forward with tap water again? The quality of the water may be improving, but the relationship between the Flint's residents and the state government is definitely not getting any better.