These are the costs associated with making Flint whole.
The Criteria Alternative Matrix is a tool mainly used by policy analysts to create public policy. In practice for issues such as Flint, this way of analyzing public problems is harmful and would never create a solution that was the most expensive or would properly fix any major issue. This way of analyzing public problems is focused on only a small portion of a larger public problem, without also coinciding with an analysis of the larger problem, or an analysis of how that small portion with other solutions would actually help fix the larger problem.
Here is my version of a Criteria Alternative Matrix as looked at for a whole problem on Flint.