The Flint Water Interagency Coordinating Committee was created on January 11, 2016 by Governor Rick Snyder to "work on long-term solutions to the Flint water situation and ongoing public health concerns affecting residents."

Timeline: Flint Water Interagency Coordinating Committee

January 11, 2016. Gov. Snyder signs executive order to create new Flint water committee. Flint Journal. 'The statement from the governor's office says the new committee will include experts from government and the community and will "set a course of action to remedy the water situation and resulting health issues, and carry on long after the emergency declaration expires."'

January 11, 2016. Gov. Rick Snyder: Flint Water Interagency Coordinating Committee will support long-term needs in Flint. News release, Michigan DEQ. "FWIACC’s membership will include experts from the state, Genesee County, the city of Flint and subject matter experts. The group will analyze any long-term effects of high lead levels in Flint residents and recommend action. In addition, an independent Flint Water Task Force is continuing a full review of all local, state and federal actions that led to the current situation in Flint."