Snyder tours tainted water work

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder talks with American Red Cross volunteers at the water distribution center at Parchment High School in Parchment, Mich., on Sunday, Aug. 5, 2018. Health officials are warning people not to eat fish from parts of a southeastern Michigan river because of chemical contamination. (Joel Bissell/Muskegon Chronicle via AP)

PARCHMENT, Mich. (AP) — Gov. Rick Snyder has toured a water system project in a city near Kalamazoo that’s dealing with chemical contamination in its public water system. Snyder visited the construction site Sunday in Parchment that includes installation of a new pressure-reduction system that will allow the city to transition to water piped in from Kalamazoo.