Flint Water Crisis Timeline

Mike Hardy

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  1. Jeff Gavin says:

    Thank you for this very telling timeline. As I read through it, my mind began to whirl with obvious questions. One of them is what do we know about the firm hired by Kurtz to formulate a change in Flint’s water source (Lockwood, Andrews, and Newman)? Are they a civil engineering firm? And who are the regulators who signed off on the switch in April of 2014? Was any testing done to determine the water quality of the Flint River? If so, what were the results? If not, why not?

    I hope eventually these answers will be made public. Keep doing what you’re doing and let me know if I can help get the truth out.

    Jeff Gavin

    • ThumbWind says:

      Thanks Jeff…Please share this post and keep the story alive. Your question about the initial planning contract with Lockwood et. all is insightful.

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