They want to stress that the water IS safe, but it might not be if the city doesn't get their act together. 

In a letter sent yesterday, the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality says that they have "serious concerns" about our water treatment plant.

Among the concerns are 14 fixes, ranging from water rates and collections, making sure the water fund stays intact, to hiring someone full time to run the plant, and completing the chemical feed system in the plant to safely treat the water.

Officials were quick to point out that nothing is "wrong" with the drinking water, but if the fixes don't happen, the water could quickly become unsafe again.

Mayor Karen Weaver issued this statement to NBC 25 yesterday: