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Timeline: Detroit Water and Sewerage Department
January 16, 2015. Detroit offers Flint 'long-term' deal for Lake Huron water with no reconnection fee. Flint Journal. "The Detroit Water and Sewerage Department says it is "ready, willing and able" to start selling Lake Huron water to Flint again, and wouldn't charge a $4 million reconnection fee to get things started."
January 08, 2015. Flint report says getting water from Detroit is possible but would cost $4 million just to reconnect. Flint Journal. "Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, an engineering contractor for the city, raised the question of reverting to buying water from the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department in a Nov. 26 report to the city. The report, which spells out possible solutions for removing a disinfection byproduct from Flint's water supply, says that a short-term water deal between the two cities is possible but would be expensive -- $4 million for a re-connection fee alone -- and a $900,000 monthly fee in addition to use charges."