Government officials stated in a town hall meeting this week that the Flint Water Crisis will cost more than $100 million to fix and won't be completely fixed until 2019-2020.

New information in the Flint Water Crisis has residents feeling hopeless as state officials said the crisis won't be fixed for another 2-3 years.

In the town hall meeting held Wednesday in Flint officials said that although improvements are being made, residents in Flint should still be using filers at home.

Although there have been improvements, officials state that the city's water treatment center needs over $100 million in upgrades and repairs and won't be ready to handle water from the Karegnodi Water Authority until late 2019 or early 2020.

Source: DetroitNews.com