To the Editor:

I am amazed about the “Flint” water supply/infrastructure problem.

I conducted an informal short national survey to see what some people thought about the management of water in their communities.

Not one person indicated that our government should step in to manage. Yet, we find that a political body is favoring, even demanding, that our government step in a fix Flint, Michigan’s water infrastructure.

This will cost millions, funds that could assist other national interests (the Wall?). Why can’t the Flint city government take care of its own problems?

I am happy to say, that problems like this are addressed and acted on by our local city governments. We should be grateful.

Kenneth Godfrey

retired master sergeant

Harker Heights

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